Stroll the CBD of Stanthorpe and while supporting our local stores, check-out the fun they have had turning their shopfront windows festive for the week! By Friday 6 March all of the participating shopfronts will have their displays ready for Friday judging day, so Friday to Sunday (6 – 8 March) are the days to…

Stanthorpe Churches Floral Displays

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  • 8:00am-6:00pm

Train: Warwick – Stanthorpe – Warwick Depart Warwick Station at 08:00am for a leisurely heritage train trip to Stanthorpe, arriving at 10:15am. Ticketing options: Stanthorpe Return only, one way travel, Winery Tour and Lunch. See ticketing options for pricing. We climb the beautiful Silverwood range to Dalveen, before we pass through two tunnels and Cherry…

Stanthorpe hosts fabulous markets, featuring exclusively home and locally made products. The local artisans of the Stanthorpe region will gather on both Saturday and Sunday of the main festival weekend to showcase their wares. It’s a market where you’ll meet the people behind the products, from artists to farmers, crafters and hobbyists all together all…

FESTIVAL PARKING Limited parking (entry across from the IGA store at Railway Street) from 8.00am on Saturday for a cost of $5. CAFE MENU: Sat 7 and Sun 8 March A limited menu café which will be open at the Railway Station from 9.00-2.00pm both Saturday and Sunday, serving breakfast, morning tea or a light lunch. ART ON…

All day Saturday there’ll be live music, food, stalls and roving entertainers in the CBD of Stanthorpe.  All the action is happening along Maryland, High and Victoria Streets and it’s all free entry. The fun of the street carnival is supported by Rebel FM and The Breeze.   And nearby on Saturday… It’s just a short…

Orchardist Dennis Angelino is operating free tours of Gran Elly Orchard during the Festival. Meet Dennis and his crew of helpers at the packing shed where they will be ready to greet you. 9am-5pm Saturday 7th Come any time to the farm from 9am to 5m, but the best time to be there is for tours commencing at…

Running alongside the Heritage Bank Food, Wine & Cultural Fiesta, is a free Kids Zone in the park, with kids amusements and family entertainment.   The Kids Zone will be open on Saturday and Sunday in an adjoining precinct within Weeroona Park, Stanthorpe. Featuring activities for primary school aged children, including craft workshops and activities, sandcastle building,…

The Heritage Bank Food & Wine Fiesta is on Friday 6, Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March – the main festival weekend.  Bring a picnic blanket, or find a festival picnic table under the trees in Weeroona Park and relax and enjoy the onstage entertainment and food & wine delights. Savour the flavours of regional…

The parade of bands is one big, amazing gathering of local and visiting bands – an amazing sight in the main street of Stanthorpe. There’ll be Brass, Pipe and the thunderous Marching Drum Bands all parading in one big spectacular show talent!  View them from 11am – noon Saturday on High and Maryland Streets in Stanthorpe’s…

A festival highlight is the Channel 7 Grand Parade which sweeps through Stanthorpe’s main street in a colourful celebration of community and the Granite Belt harvest.  The parade runs along High and Maryland Streets from 2pm. Straight after the parade the marching and brass bands will all gather in the main street for a bands finale,…

Enter an oasis of calm amid the hype of the festival with The Granite Belt Choir’s performance of ‘The Musical Quiet Hour’ in St Paul’s Anglican Church.  The 2020 performance is entitled “The Beauty of ‘B’-ing” – our tribute to composers whose names begin with “B”. St Paul’s Anglican Church is on the corner of Corundum…

Just after the Grand Parade, the iconic Grape Crush – the epitome of harvest celebration is staged in the main street of Stanthorpe, in the area outside the Stanthorpe Post Office at 4pm on the corner of High and Maryland streets. Watch the contenders battle it out to see who has the fastest feet and…

Saturday night is time for the fireworks extravaganza over Stanthorpe! The fireworks will be preceded by an impressive concert at 6.30pm by the Band of the 1st Regiment Royal Australian Artillery The fireworks are set off on Carnarvon Bridge, which is the bridge nearby to the Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre.  One great location for viewing from…

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