The Australia Day long weekend on the Granite Belt has smashed visitation records, with wineries and accommodation houses recording a visitor influx that has operators pumped for a stellar year ahead.
Booming at our cellar door
Leeanne Puglisi-Gangemi, fourth-generation vigneron and long-time Granite Belt ambassador says,
Booked out at the Granite Belt Motel
At the Granite Belt Motel, which has a multimillion-dollar renovation well underway, owner-operator Michael Jensen reports,
Ms Puglisi-Gangemi of Ballandean Estate, Queensland’s oldest family owned and operated winery, hopes that Queenslanders continue to support pandemic safety measures and adapt to change.
- Stephanie Elms and Leeanne Puglisi-Gangemi getting ready for influx of cellar door weekend visitors as they taste-test Australia Day wines (banner)
- Sammi and Andy from Toowoomba at Ballandean Estate Wines planning their upcoming wedding (right column)
- The beating heart of the Granite Belt