Stonepine Ridge is a 754 hectare (1864 acre) working cattle and horse breeding property set on the Great Dividing Range in northern NSW and on the border with the QLD town of Stanthorpe.
Stonepine Ridge is nestled within the historic gold and tin mining villages of Amosfield, Liston and Willsons Downfall. Undercliffe falls is a 13 min drive (9.9 km) away, through the quaint town of Liston.
Here, in the small park, is a replica of a stagecoach built by a local that recalls bygone days. The ‘Tea House’ next door is open on weekends and serves good coffee and scones.
Many rivers traverse Stonepine Ridge from top to bottom, including the Boonoo Boonoo and Bookookookarara. The stunningly beautiful Boonoo Boonoo falls is a mere 49 minutes scenic drive (43 km) along the Mt Lindsay road.
Before the falls, take in Bald Rock National park and climb the majestic Rock, (750m long and 500m wide), the largest granite rock in the southern hemisphere. Another 22 min drive (28.6 km) takes you to the beautiful town of Tenterfield, nestled within the rolling New England countryside.
The hometown of Peter Allen who immortalised through his song ‘Tenterfield Saddler’, the more than a century old saddlery, and the town itself. Tenterfield has seen many changes but somehow retains its old world charm, while serving good coffee and a variety of food in the many cafes, hotels and restaurants.
Enjoy a memorable stay in my beautiful part of northern NSW