Fruit Display

Free Event

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…

The Mt Marlay Fun Run on Sunday, 8 March 2020 is part of the Stanthorpe Apple & Grape Harvest Festival celebrations. This run starts at a new location near the RSL this year and will work its way up the terrain of Mt Marlay and back down again. Entry $20 for the 5km $25  for…

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…

Victoria street sits between the main street of Stanthorpe and Weeroona Park – the venue for the Heritage Bank Food & Wine Fiesta.  This street will be a hive of activity on Sunday, with street stalls and roving entertainment.

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…

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…

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