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Welcome to the Western Downs region! This region includes the garden city of Toowoomba, the Darling Downs, the South Burnett, the Bunya Mountains and the wine district of the Granite Belt. The Darling Downs is a large farming region on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range with a focus on livestock and crops such as cotton, sorghum, wheat, barley, legumes and vegetables. Visit Stanthorpe, the heart of the Granite Belt which is a famous area within the Darling Downs known for its apples, wines and stone fruits. Thanks to the cool environment and rich volcanic soil, it makes the granite belt ideal for vineyards, apple and stone fruit orchards, as well as other vegetable crops. Visit one of the 30 cellar doors and taste some of the local fruit that has been used to make juices, ciders, syrup, conserves, brandy, apple pie, jams and relishes. The pretty South Burnett agricultural region is located on top of the Great Dividing Range and it is a tasty place to visit with its wineries, cellar doors, artisan produce, famous peanuts and capers. The South Burnett region is Queensland’s largest wine region and Australia’s largest peanut and navy bean region. When you drive into Kingaroy you are hit with the site of its towering twin Peanut silos. Don’t forget to treat yourself to native Bunya nuts when you explore the subtropical rainforest of the Bunya Mountains National Park. This region hosts the annual Wine and Food in the Park Festival as well as the Kingaroy Peanut Festival.
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