Living Queensland History - Heritage Listed

We invite you to visit our historic home and experience the lifestyle of the squattocracy on a piece of the original Wivenhoe Selection less than 100 km from Brisbane.

Bellevue Homestead is a living reminder of the early days of Queensland settlement when large sheep and cattle properties dominated the pastoral scene in the Brisbane Valley close to the capital.

The main house, the governess’ house and school and the farm buildings of Bellevue Homestead were constructed in the 1870s and the guesthouse was built in 1903/4.

These buildings have been preserved and superbly restored to their original condition at the turn of the century.

Make a round trip of it along the Warrego and Brisbane Valley Highways from Brisbane, Toowoomba, Warwick, Kingaroy, the Sunshine Coast or Gold Coast ,and enjoy country-style hospitality in a relaxed family atmosphere.

Come for morning or afternoon tea or stay for lunch and a tour of the heritage listed homestead.

Visit our Vineyard and buy Riversands Wines from the Cellar Door. Guests can also order wine with their meals when they have morning and afternoon teas, lunches or dinners. From time to time we run wine and cheese events.

We look forward to your visit.

John and Laurel Dingle