Quart Pot Creek

Quart Pot Creek

Source: Queensland.com

Difficulty: Easy
Surface Type: Shared Pathway
Suitable for families with young children
Route Length: 5km (10 km return)

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Ride through Stanthorpe’s Granite Country

The beautiful Quart Pot Creek takes you through granite country and natural Australian bushland. You will pass through the town of Stanthorpe, and continues out through the south-west, where it meets Spring Creek to form the Severn River. Turn back whenever you want – just enjoy the scenery!

Best parking is at the Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre (there is also an awesome kidspace with a monkey-themed playground) or park closer at the small parking lot where Rose St meets Anzac St at Heritage Park. From here you can follow the creekside pathway heading away from the town centre. You will eventually be lead to the not so “Red Bridge” which is a great spot for families to adventure.

If you are wanting to do a guided or self-guided bicycle tour while in Stanthorpe make sure to check out Granite Belt Bicycle Tours and Hire who have a great range of tours and hire bikes available in the area.

Source: granitebeltwinecountry.com.au
Quart Pot Creek

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FOOD: Brinx Deli & Cafe has you sorted for coffee (for the adults) and lunch and treats (for the little ones).

THINGS TO DO: If the kids are into hiking as well, a must do is Giraween National Park.

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