Kurrajong Downs a vineyard restaurant located nine kilometres east of Tenterfield, with terraced lawns and a retaining wall made of massive granite boulders. Built over an underground cellar, it has wonderful views of the vineyard and valley below.
Named after the Kurrajong trees on the property, and its origins as part of the original Barney Downs Station, it is a vineyard with cellar door wine sales and a restaurant that can cater for over 100 people.
The restaurant is open from 9am to 4pm Thursday to Sunday, with only tasting and sales on Monday and also opens at night for function bookings of ten or more people.
Lynton and Sue Rhodes invite visitors to relax on the viewing deck overlooking the vineyard, and sample their fine food and wine.