The Vines Motel

Address: 2 Wallangarra Road, Stanthorpe, Queensland, 4380, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2 Wallangarra Road, 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

    ... for Car 4 (City of Ballarat) joined us for the day as the Orange M&M and took the task as navigator for most of the day whilst Neil and then Frank assist OV4 as a semi official.

    Travelling down the highway from Armidale we veered off on to dirt at the Wogwibinda Road heading for Wollomombi. Interesting bash route with dust, steep gravel roads, numerous grids, single lane bridges and dips. Stopped at a homestead for morning tea and a sheep shearing ...

    Living the dream in Stanthorpe

    A travel blog entry by williswalkabout on Dec 18, 2013

    ... listening to Dave pluck it out with Jenny backing up on guitar. I attempted to play Dave's 100 year old violin but quickly decided that I need more practice!! What a high to begin our trip. We definitely recommend heading to Stanthorpe for a trip. Not only for the Giraween NP, but to enjoy the local produce of wine, jams and chutneys, and the fresh products from the gardens. As we drove off. Andrew and I both pondered on our veggie garden and it's poor state - the result of living in ...

    A random surprise

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 02, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... we opted for Standthorpe. About 150 miles inland from m Brisbane, this small town in the winters region would hopefully provide us with some different impressions. And at just over 5000 inhabitants, we figured it would be seriously off the beaten path. The departure out of Shute Harbor was super pretty. Right after takeoff and after a slight left banking turn to avoid terrain, we over the bay and wharf. The Whitsunday ...

    Road Trip, The Sequel (Day 2) - Thunderbolt

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Aug 28, 2012

    6 photos

    ... and so became quite upset at seeing the lifeless corpse of one laying beside the road, By the time we had seen another four road killed marsupials, she was sobbing gently and this then turned to proper wails when I unsuccessfully tried to dodge the body of a dead kangaroo in the middle of the road, misjudging the clearance offered by the under carriage of the Hyundai and making quite a mess of the road and car. Not good. I had just about managed to calm things ...

    How cold????

    A travel blog entry by steph.mikey1964 on Jun 09, 2012

    Travelled from Woolgoolga to Stanthorpe today and felt the temperature drop. Took a shortcut off the Gwydir Highway to meet the New England Highway (bypassing Glen Innes) and it shook the caravan like mad. Lost a couple of coffee mugs, but realised that we had packed the van reasonably well to have not lost more.

    Must remember to latch the fridge in future though, as cleaning up ...