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  Azjure Studio Retreat        

Tripadvisor reviews of azjure Stanthorpe accommodationTotally above and beyond our expectations We couldn't believe the attention to detail and the relaxation and luxury offered by Azjure. You can really tell that the studios have been designed to perfectly suit a relaxing stay .. > more

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With superb gardens, abundant wildlife, beautiful panoramic views, 100 acres of unspoilt native forest, Qld's oldest Pinot Noir vineyard and close proximity to superb National Parks, you'll really get back to nature at azjure. azjure is also a great base for walks around the Ballandean area, with easy gradients and beautiful views everywhere.

  azjure is a sanctuary for wildlife, with kangaroos often grazing close to the studios, herds of wild deer frequent visitors, plenty of birdlife and beautiful wildflowers..
  The studios and villa are nestled in 2 acres of beautiful gardens, created by renowned Tenterfield landscape designer Caroline Robinson.  Featuring drought-tolerant native and exotic plants and extensive use of pebbles and rocks as mulch, the gardens provide colour and a lovely setting all year round.
  From your studio and the villa you look out over beautiful panoramic views of the Ballandean valley, with vineyards all around.  The studios are set right next to azjure's beautiful Pinot Noir vineyard, while the villa is actually built into the vineyard, with the vines only 5 metres away.
  azjure is close to three of the most incredible National Parks in Australia. The views and rock formations have to be seen to be believed!  
  Girraween National Park
  Only 10 minutes drive from azjure down the main highway. Girraween features the amazing Pyramids and many walking tracks, ranging from easy to more difficult. There are great views from the top of the nearest Pyramid. > more
  sundown national park
  Just 3km away at the end of Sundown Rd, the same road as azjure. Sundown features spectacular gorges and rugged rock formations. Accessible to high clearance 4WD vehicles only. > more
  bald rock national park
  About 30 minutes away over the NSW border. Bald Rock is the second largest monolith in Australia after Uluru, and is just huge! There is a moderately easy way up and a steeper way up, both of which are worth trying. The views from the top are panoramic and spectacular! > more
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