Brisbane turned on a scorcher for the third Granite Belt Market at Southbank today. Coming from the cooler Granite Belt climate into a hot humid Sunday was a stretch for some stall holders, although Sue Smith (pictured right) from Pyramids Road Wines was holding up well, but the visitor turn up was once again high with a steady flow. A wide assortment of wineries including Ballandean Estate, Symphony Hill, Pyramids Road Wines, Casely Mount Hutton and Granite Belt Highlands Winery were serving samples to eager punters who also were lapping up their special offers.
Pureheaven was there with some of their extensive range of natural skin care, Granite Belt Dairy had plenty of cheese on ice, Jamworks was showing a huge array of preserves plus there was home made cannoli and other Italian delicacies from Mary's Kitchen.
It's a long break until the next Southbank Market in March next year, so if you need to stock up on something in the meantime it will mean a trip out to Stanthorpe - not such a bad thing!