Granite Court Motel

Address: 34 Wallangarra Rd. , Stanthorpe, Queensland, 4380, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 34 Wallangarra Rd. , Stanthorpe, is near Old Caves Winery.
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      Travel Blogs from Stanthorpe

      Captain Thunderbolt country

      A travel blog entry by car167 on Aug 20, 2014

      12 photos

      ... from drought and unemployment. The local pub put on bbq for us the Hippies joined the two locals in the bar for a jam session, the cricketers car had organised a cricket match in the main street and a number of raffles were held by the local community. The local school's, whose main issue is dealing with the children's undernourishment, principal came down to meet the bash where she was presented with a cheque over $8,000 which had been raised by the bash over the past ...

      Almost Full Circle

      A travel blog entry by champa on Jan 08, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      Where has the time gone?

      We are almost back in Brisbane where we started from on 1/10/13.

      We have spent Bhav & Sham's birthdays, Chad's birthday, Nimisha's 25th anniversary (how we miss our beautiful daughter), Christmas and New Year on the road.

      Just so you don't think it is all fun - it has been raining & chilly all night, sob sob


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      A Spot of Wine Tasting...

      A travel blog entry by dinanna on Oct 05, 2013

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... jam and chilli chocolate fudge! Just a bit further up the road was Jester Hill Winery where Rod purchased a couple of full bodies Shiraz and I couldn't leave a lovely light Sangiovese, reminiscent of our lovely time spent in Tuscany in 2011. We really needed some exercise big time, so we drove into Girraween N.P. and bush walked to the Granite Arch and the Pyramid, a massive granite dome that was tricky to climb and required a good level of fitness. I got stuck halfway up ...

      Getting Started!

      A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Mar 09, 2013

      7 comments, 4 photos

      ... Sat-Phone (second-hand). Nick has built a storage unit that sits in the back and will compartmentalise the storage – this box goes here, the fridge there… I think you get the picture.

      So now in less than 8 days, we will be boarding a plane for Vladivostok, via Bangkok and Seoul and we will FINALLY begin our adventure.

      BUT first, Nick decided that we needed to do a couple of shake-down trips to check that everything work. So, when our friend ...

      Road Trip, The Sequel (Day 2) - Thunderbolt

      A travel blog entry by turnernz on Aug 28, 2012

      6 photos

      ... bushranger is essentially the Oz equivalent of a highwayman and Captian Thunderbolt was a particularly notorious character from the 19th century whose exploits included escaping from the jail on Cockatoo Island is Sydney Harbour and swimming through shark infested waters to safety. As for Walcha, it was fairly non-descript and seemed to be over before it began. We passed straight through...

      Uralla was altogether more pleasant, with a few beautiful ...