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Travel and Tourism In Queensland. Known as the Sunshine State, Queensland offers the total holiday experience

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Apple and Grape With over 30 vineyards producing fabulous and famous Australian wines, Sundown, Boonoo Boonoo, Bald Rock and the beautiful Girraween National Park.The Granite Belt offers a rich multicultural heritage with early influences from Italian Immigrants into the wine making arena. Now the established and renowned vineyards of the Granite Belt have developed into thriving Internationally renowned producers of high quality wines.

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