Due to the wet weather the busking finals will be relocated to The Alley Arcade, enter from Railway Street or Farley Street (next to Feast n Farmin' cafe).
The Stanthorpe 🍎Apple & Grape🍇 Harvest Festival starts this weekend & goes for 10 days (23 February - 4 March 2018).
Be on the lookout for our mascots Bella (Isabella Grape) & Jono (Jonathan Apple). Take a photo with them if you see them on the streets of Stanthorpe.
You can now pre-purchase wristbands for entrance to the Heritage Bank Multicultural Carnival & Wine Fiesta at our shopfront 18 Maryland Street, Stanthorpe (next to Stanthorpe Newsagency & near the Brass Monkey statue), open weekdays.
Recognising Seniors is a long tradition of the festival and in 2018 there is a program of quality entertainment at this free concert.
It’s Back Again!! The Brass Pipe Swing String & Sing Variety Concert.
Multi-award winning singer Wendy Matthews has delivered some of Australia’s most evocative and loved songs over the past three decades.
Some of South East Queensland and northern NSW’s finest street musicians, singers and entertainers will electrify Stanthorpe’s main street and Weeroona Park on Saturday, February 24.
Train tickets are now available to purchase from the Southern Downs Steam Railway train trip from Warwick to Stanthorpe & return on the main weekend of the festival (3 & 4 March).
Channel 7 celebrities Livio Regano and Bridget Adams will be our celebrity guests!
With the 2018 Apple and Grape Harvest Festival now less than three months away, the ten-day program is being locked in.
Tickets for the Apple & Grape Gala Ball are now available.
Businesses will be able to add to the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival atmosphere by taking part in popular Decorated Window and Premises event.
Granite Belt students, teachers and P&C Associations are being encouraged to take time during their approaching summer holidays to think about their entries in the 2018 Apple and Grape Harvest Festival Grand Parade.
The Apple and Grape Harvest Festival committee is delighted with businesses’ response to its local sponsorship drive.
A new event on the 2018 Apple and Grape Harvest Festival program will celebrate Italian food, music and culture. “Banchetto Italiano: Celebrating Italian Culture on the Granite Belt” will be an afternoon filled with food, wine, fun and entertainment.
Please be patient with trying to contact the office as our @appleandgrape.org emails are currently not working. Please call the office on (07) 4681 4111.
With the clock ticking down to the 2018 Apple and Grape Harvest Festival, it’s time for businesses, community groups and members of the public to begin planning their entry in the Channel 7 Festival Grand Parade.
Young Ambassadors are all prepared for their first public engagement at the Stanthorpe Races on Saturday
When the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival began in 1966, it’s unlikely that its founders dreamed that it would continue for more than 50 years.
Young Ambassadors Lateesha Stabile, Bridget Campbell, Brianna Woods & Charlotte Bush
Apple and Grape Harvest Festival president Greg Thouard has again encouraged members of the community to consider serving on the 2018 Festival Committee with a view to taking on leadership roles in 2020.
The Apple and Grape Harvest Festival committee is inviting local businesses to support the 2018 festival by sponsoring a festival event or becoming a general sponsor.
The Apple and Grape Harvest Festival has renewed calls for potential Young Ambassadors and sponsors to come forward as the August 31 deadline for candidates approaches.
THE Rotary Club has announced its 2018 Apple and Grape Young Ambassador - 21-year-old Bridget Anne Campbell.