1 High St, Stanthorpe QLD 4380
+61 7 4681 1533
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Groups 2020/2021

We look forward to welcoming groups to the Granite Belt region once the COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease. We have just released a bonus for any group/coach bookings booked by 20 Sep – Book 10 rooms and get your 11th for free or book 20 rooms and only pay for 18. Meals included. Stanthorpe is a beautiful region for exploring whether you have a day, or 6 to fill. We love assisting groups with their itinerary whether you travel by coach, car or motorbike. Shannon and Shaun are involved witha number of car & bike groups and are enjoy popping together itineraries. Shaun has also hosted the DGR in Stanthorpe over the last 6 years finding a number of beautiful back roads for the group to travel. (As pictured) Give us a bell and we will help with ideas for your interests.

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Corporate Rates

High Street Motor Inn has introduced rates including Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner for workers coming to Stanthorpe. This is available 7 nights a week and can be booked on our website. Breakfast: Continental Buffet (choose the day of or day before and then dine in your room.) Includes Cereal, Fruit, Toast, Juice, Danishes, Yoghurt and pancakes/crumpet/muffins) Lunch: With an account at Foxy’s Bakery and Zest, you can choose your choice of lunch and pick-up from 6am. Dinner: The Steakhouse is offering Room-Service 5 nights a week (Tues-Saturday) and then we offer take-away/delivery from a selected restaurant on Sunday/Monday evenings. To be advised on day of arrival. We look forward to welcoming you to the High Street Motor Inn. Please give us a bell with any questions you may have.

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Steakhouse Re-Opening

Very excited to see the Steakhouse doors reopen this Saturday 16th May. We will have 2 sittings, one at 5:30pm and the other at 7pm with a limit of 10 patrons per seating. Our a la carte menu is back us for this also. We have our cocktail bar operating, as well as local wines and beers on tap. Make sure you prebook your spot! 4681 1533

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Where will you be this New Years Eve?

Why not join the Steakhouse this year for a rip roaring 1920’s gangster murder mystery dinner. The evening consists of a three course dinner, with a tasty tapa’s plate to start off with, your choice of our signature Reef & Beef with our black angus steak, or their seafood platter with Salt & Pepper Squid, Prawns, Oysters & Beer Battered fish or for something new, why not try their chicken breast filled with pistacio stuffing and wrapped in prosciutto. The perfect way to end the meal is with a sampling dish of desserts to share or have all to yourself. All this yummy food together with lots of murder, bribery and back stabbing. Guests will include gangsters, politicians, singers and gamblers – so come dressed up in your favourite ‘flapper’ garb! Tickets are only $65 per person but make sure you get in quick as they are limited to only 50 spots. Tis the season Christmas Parties are quickly filling up the Steakhouse calender. The Christmas party menu has proved very popular with options from two to three courses ranging from $32 – $48 per person. For full details on what is available, just call the Steakhouse on 07 4681 […]

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November at the Steakhouse

What’s on at the Steakhouse Complimentary Cob loaf is back for the month of November. All you have to do is make sure you are a VIP member before arriving for dinner. You can become a member by popping online at the Steakhouse website www.AussieBeefSteakhouse.com.au or just pop your head in at the High Street Motor Inn reception. By being a VIP member, you can also celebrate your birthday dinner free*. Pictured is one of the yummy things you could choose, our Barker’s creek pork cutlet which is sooo juicy and comes with our very own chilled apple and sage sauce. Check out the website for full details. The guys at the Steakhouse are thinking of changing things up for this New Years Eve. Join them this year for a rip roaring 1920’s gangster murder mystery dinner. The evening consists of a three course meal, together with lots of murder, bribery and back stabbing. Guests will include gangsters, politicians, singers and gamblers – so come dressed up in your favourite ‘flapper’ garb! Tickets are only $65 per person but make sure you get in quick as they are limited. Christmas Parties are quickly filling up the Steakhouse calender. The Christmas […]

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October Deals

Spring has well and truly sprung and the Steakhouse’s new Spring menu is proving to be a hit. Shaun and Shannon decided to add some delicious native Australian ingredients to their menu including Kakadu plums, Mountain pepperberry, Australian bush tomatoe’s, macadamia’s as well as local produce including handmade cheese, mushrooms, and apples. The mountain pepper berry has been crusted on lamb rump and served with creamy mash potato, wilted greens and jus on the side. Some of the tempting options are pictured including Poached pear in red wine & cinnamon with whipped cream and anglaise or why not try the handmade pork & fig spring rolls entree with a lemon and honey dipping sauce? Christmas Party Menu’s have been popped together for that season is arriving soon. The Steakhouse is able to cater for private functions with either plated or buffet options as well as groups from small gatherings up to 80 people seated. Two course menu is available from $32. Feel free to contact the Steakhouse to discuss your requirements and a menu to suit. PS Rumours around town is the Steakhouse will be hosting a night of mystery and intrigue this New Year’s Eve. Stay tuned for more […]

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September Happenings

NEW SPRING MENU:  The Steakhouse is looking forward to the warmer weather as well as all the yummy local fruit and vegetables that starts to become available over the next couple of months.  Their new spring menu is having it’s finishing touches added and includes some classic ‘Aussie’ ingredients including Lemon Myrtle, Wattle Seed & Bush Tomatoe’s as well as some new ideas such as Tasmanian Mountain Pepper & Paperbark. SUNDAY BIG BREKKIE @ BARGAIN PRICES:  With a hearty “all you can Eat” hot and cold buffet, you are sure to find something yummy for the whole family. Adults are now only $16.50 each and children up to 16 years are $1 per year of age.  ie An 8 year old will pay $8.  Breakfast is available from 7:30am to 9:00am every Sunday.  Bookings are essential so make sure you book your table today! VIP MONTHLY DEALS:  September for VIP is “Cheers on us”, buy one drink & get one free (to the same or lesser value) The monthly specials can also be found online at www.AussieBeefSteakhouse.com.au.  To become a VIP, just head to the Steakhouse website and register online.  You can also register in person at the Steakhouse or High […]

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August Update

LOCAL VIP SPECIAL Double your Steak in August is available for all our VIP members. Purchase a 150 or 200g steak and get twice the size for the same price. Becoming a VIP member is really easy, just head to their website or facebook page for a quick form to fill in & your VIP card is in the mail. Or you are welcome to pop your head in to the Steakhouse or High St Motor Inn to get your VIP card. Plus as a VIP member, you get to enjoy your Birthday meal on the house. Perfect for all the Leo’s looking for somewhere to celebrate this month. See their website for full details on how you can get your free feed. LOCAL PRODUCE SHOWCASE One of the yummy goodies on the menu at the moment is made with local Stanthorpe apples, pears & rhubarb. The scrumptious Apple & Pear crumble is topped with coconut, almonds & oats and served with a rhubarb coulis and creme anglaise. Yes, it tastes even better than it looks and it is of a semi-decent size that you are able to share it if you are willing….. FATHER’S DAY 2014 We can’t believe […]

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July Update

Thank you Stanthorpe SES After a mini tornado tore apart the High Street Motor Inn late last year, a long road to restoration lay ahead. Thanks to the volunteers at the State Emergency Service, the motel was back in operation in time for the Apple & Grape Festival. To show their gratitude, the owners of the High Street Motor Inn presented the local SES with $2000 at their open day event. Albert Piper on behalf the Stanthorpe SES collected the two cheques on the day – one for $1000 from the raffle tickets in the Steakhouse and $1000 from Rotary Stanthorpe. This donation enabled the SES unit to procure the purchase of latest technology lighting which is portable and safer for use in storm conditions, search & rescuse along with other multiple uses. The Steakhouse lounge Those winter temperatures have finally arrived on the Granite Belt and the log fire has been roaring every night at the Steakhouse, perfect for enjoying a local drop…. or two! Winter has also seen the return of their house made Hot Buttered Whiskey renowned for warming up the hands and soul. Their very own recipe includes Irish Jamieson’s with cream, butter, nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon […]

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Mays Happenings

What’s new at the Steakhouse There is a chill in the air and that first frost is just around the corner, perfect for enjoying a local glass of wine by the fire, before or after your dinner at the Steakhouse. The renovated lounge bar area has proven to be very popular with locals and tourists alike, and the kids corner with the DVD’s and colouring in books is keeping the younger ones entertained so mum and dad can relax. This month also sees the introduction of the new Autumn/Winter menu & includes all those winter favourites plus a couple of twists with a few new dishes. For something new why not try the: Crispy skinned Northern Territory Wild Barra with parsley gnocchi, zucchini flowers with a macadamia & dill pesto or Slow roasted Pork Belly with cauliflower puree, roasted baby vegetables and a caramelised apple vincotto Apple & Pear Crumble topped with a coconut, almond and oat crumble and served with rhubarb coulis and pear cider ice-cream. Also with the colder weather, the Sunday Big Breakfast is getting busier so book ahead for a seat. For you coffee lovers, they always make sure there is either perculated local coffee or […]

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