The Granite Belt Nature and Adventure Guide provides information about all the activities such as climbing The Pyramid at Girraween National Park, four-wheel-driving through Sundown National Park, cycling country lanes and even catching an elusive Murray Cod.
“There was no one publication that encompassed all the fantastic nature and adventure activities on the Granite Belt,” Granite Belt Wine and Tourism Director of Marketing Anissa Williams said.
“The guide is your complete package to experiencing an elevated holiday you won’t forget.”
While the Granite Belt is already renowned for its food and wine, the Granite Belt Nature and Adventure Guide shows the region has even more to offer.
Whether it’s hiking up the famous granite formations or sampling the fare from one of the Granite Belt’s award-winning wineries, there are numerous experiences to be enjoyed.
The Granite Belt, near the Queensland and New South Wales border, is a three-hour drive from Brisbane.
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