Unwind in style at 31 The Rocks in Stanthorpe, where deluxe accommodation and nature converge. Our facilities are designed to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Relax in our guest lounge, take a walk in our gardens, or explore the surrounding countryside with our bike hire partner, E bikes are available. Take a bushwalking to our lookout or ask for advice on wine tours. Book now and experience the ultimate getaway in the heart of the Granite Belt.
Relax in our guest lounge
The Guest Lounge provides a cosy, comfortable place to meet and enjoy the company of family and friends. Comfortable lounges, wing-back chairs, a fireplace, and coffee tables make this an ideal place to gather for drinks after a hard day exploring the Granite Belt. Free Wi-Fi is available.
A bar fridge, wine glasses, cheese platter boards, cups and cutlery are all available in the Lounge, so no need to bring anything from the villas; it’s all there for your convenience.
The Gardens & Gazebo
As a centre point in the garden, the gazebo provides commanding views over the valley below.
Sit and relax, enjoy a glass or two of wine and watch the gorgeous sunsets. The gazebo is lit at night for your convenience.
31 The Rocks is 10 acres of natural bushland, granite rock outcrops and features.
There are two walking tracks on the property. Track 1 meanders through the bush climbing to the top of the granite escarpment where you are rewarded with spectacular views. An excellent vantage point to experience our stunning sunsets. Track 2 is a short 10 minute stroll through the bush passing beautiful granite rock formations.
These short walks introduce you to the delights of the natural bush with grass trees, native lavender and wild flowers. Sit a while and be delighted by the bird life, grey kangaroos, wallabies and wallaroos – and sometimes koalas.
Great views from the lookout
The spectacular sweeping views of the Broadwater Valley and surrounds below will relax and revive your senses.
Have a leisurely picnic at the top of the escarpment or perhaps stand in the shade of the pines, nestled in a cleft in the massive granite boulder. This is the perfect spot to watch the amazing sunsets as the days on the Granite Belt come to an end.