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  1. Ananda Marga

    Ananda Marga holds the annual Ananda Mela festival at its Ananda Palli property in Severnlea. The festival promotes health and wellbeing by celebrating cultural diversity and providing space for local health practitioners, artists and activists to present their work.
    Ananda Marga promotes better psychic and physical health by teaching meditation and yoga free of charge. We also organise a diverse range of programmes in coordination with other groups. Examples include Permaculture and organic gardening workshops, writers workshops, promotion of co-operative and social enterprise, de-tox retreats...

  2. Australian Naturalist Network 2020

    The Australian Naturalist Network and Stanthorpe Field Naturalists are having a Get-together, and this page assists in getting everyone where they need to be.

  3. Granite Belt Dance Club

    Granite Belt Dance Club - Combining old time and new vogue, social ballroom dancing is an enjoyable way to keep you on your toes!

  4. Hilton Street Hookers

    Learn how to hook, with people that know their crochet hooks backwards.

  5. Stanthorpe Cycling Club

    The Stanthorpe Cycling Group was established in 2007 with the aim of exploring the
    sealed roads in the Granite Belt area. Occasionally there is an out of area ride.

  6. Stanthorpe Rare Wildflower Consortium

    Stanthorpe Rare Wildflower Consortium promotes awareness of the native flora of the Granite Belt region of Queensland and its conservation and management.
    Extending knowledge of the species through survey and monitoring work, workshops and publications, the internet and social media.
    To collaborate with other conservation and natural resource management organisations, government agencies, educational institutions, landholders and other appropriate bodies in their efforts to better manage local wildflower ecosystems.