Covering the areas of Kilcoy, Woodford and through to Caboolture, vineyards have been established in this region for approximately five years.
Sunshine Coast Hinterland
Many vineyards are being established in this region including Flaxton, Montville, Maleny, Kenilworth, Gympie and Eumundi. The vineyards have been showing promising results.
Located north west of Brisbane, the South Burnett is bordered by the Great Dividing Range and the flourishing red paddocks of Kingaroy. This region is the fastest developing wine area in Queensland.
In Queensland's Western Downs, the Maranoa region offers visitors a look at our pioneering past, wide open spaces and natural unspoilt landscapes.
A number of wineries and vineyards have been established close to Brisbane. From Mt Cotton to the picturesque Brisbane Valley including Ipswich, Purga, Samford, Harrisville, Mt Alford, Boonah, Stockyard and Marburg.
Wake up to the beauty of south-east Queensland country and the Granite Belt of the Southern Downs and enjoy the wineries and orchards, country hospitality, good food and spectacular landscapes.
Australia's most beautiful tropical destination North Queensland has several fruit wineries ideally located to capture the tourism market. The combination of climate and magnificent natural beauty make North Queensland an ideal tourist location.
Gold Coast Hinterland
Encompassing the rainforest beauty of Mt Tamborine and the emerald countryside of Albert River and Canungra, is one of Queensland's boutique wine regions.
Currently there are several established wineries in the region including Monto, Bargara, Mt Perry, Gin Gin, Childers, Biggenden, Gladstone and Hervey Bay.
The Toowoomba region in southeast Queensland country was a flourishing wine producing area at the turn of the century but the industry declined soon after.
Queensland National Parks
Australia has 11 world heritage properties. Five are in Queensland, one of the most naturally diverse places on earth.