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Warwick War Memorial and Gates

Fitzroy Street, Warwick QLD 4370
A Celtic cross tops the impressive 10.7 metre high sandstone and granite monument serving as a grave for 122 Warwick men who died in WWI. Governor Sir Matthew Nathan unveiled the memorial 5 December 1923, before a crowd of 3,000. Sir Matthew expressed pleasure at the involvement of a returned soldier, Roy Campbell, in the memorial's design although he may have collaborated with his father Hugh. The memorial, which cost ?1445, was crafted by Ipswich mason Frank Williams. Its classic elegance incorporates Corinthian columns of polish granite and a sandstone shaft with carved wreath and the words 'The Honoured Dead'. Names are recorded on marble plates. Memorial gates, also designed by the Campbells and installed a year later, pay tribute to the 377 Warwick district men who served and returned. The Warwick war memorial is found in the south-east corner of Leslie Park, named after a pioneering family of the district....

Warwick Visitor Information Centre

49 Albion Street, Warwick QLD 4370
The Warwick Visitor Information Centre is located on 49 Albion Street in Warwick. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Warwick Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans or make a booking. Travellers looking for a souvenir of their journey and their visit to the Warwick region can select from a wide variety of local product including condiments, cards, knitwear, pottery, wood turning and beauty products....

Main Range National Park Camping Ground

Main Range National Park, Warwick QLD 4370
There are three developed camping areas in Main Range National Park; Spicers Gap camping area and the Poplar Flat and Manna Gum camping areas at Goomburra. Private campgrounds are located opposite Queen Mary Falls and at Goomburra. Spicers Gap camping area is located on the eastern side of the range to the south of Cunninghams Gap. The Goomburra camping areas are located on the western side of the range to the north of Cunninghams Gap. All camping areas have facilities; composting toilets and tap-water. Barbecues are provided at Goomburra only. All camping areas are within short walking distances to graded walking tracks. A public phone is available at the private Goomburra Valley campground, located five kilometres west of the park boundary. The phone is located near the office, which is situated approximately 150 metres north of Inverramsay Road at the entrance to the campgrounds. Camping permits are required and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site. ...

Warwick

Warwick, Warwick QLD 4370
Nestled on the banks of the Condamine River lies the "Rose and Rodeo Capital' of Warwick, and host to the annual October hoedown of Australia's elite bull riders. Visit the Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre 156-kilometres south-west of Brisbane, dating buck jumping back to 1857. Continue on a tour of the town's 150 year old historic buildings including preserved churches, cottages, schools and railway stations - in the day when locals travelled by horse and cart - and spot the two memorials of Jackie Howe, a famous sheep shearer from Blackall. Stop by the operating steam railway locomotive and plan your trip with one of the monthly runs from Warwick to Clifton or Wallangarra. Each Wednesday there's excitement at the local pig and calf sales, while the month of July is reserved for the Jumpers and Jazz festival and the town's deciduous trees are dressed with custom-knitted jumpers and live music fills the streets. Get outdoors on the Condamine River or Connolly Dam south-east of Warwick, or at nearby Leslie Dam for biting yellowbelly, silver perch and murray cod. Hike the Goomburra section of the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park north-east of Warwick, spotting koalas and birdlife amongst cascading waterfalls and rainforest. ...

Main Range National Park

Cunningham Highway, Warwick QLD 4370
Main Range National Park traverses the Cunningham Highway near Ipswich and Warwick in the Southern Downs Area. This heritage-listed ancient rainforest links South East Queensland's Scenic Rim in the east with an arc of Gondwana lined peaks, ridges and escarpments to the west. Commence by heading towards Goomburra on the unsealed road to the Dalrymple Circuit and camp at Spicers Gap or Goomburra. Keep your camera poised for the seldom seen Albert's lyrebird, the endangered eastern bristlebird and the vulnerable black-breasted button-quail. Plan lunch at Cunningham's Gap picnic area where the highway's cross, and explore the Rainforest Circuit with ancient volcanic views over the Fassifern Valley and Lake Moogerah - popular with boaties and anglers. Enjoy the sights of Queen Mary Falls at the lookout giving views of water plummeting 40 metres below into Spring Creek. Challenge yourself on a full day hike to summit Mount Cordeaux or Mount Mitchell and explore the Pioneer Graves Track or the 300 metre return to Governors Chair lookout, the large rock on the edge of the cliff face. ...

Warwick Historical Society Museum

79-83 Dragon Street, Warwick QLD 4370
The Warwick Historical Society Museum is a collection of buildings which features furniture and household items representing more than 130 years of family life in the Warwick district. Most notable is the sandstone cottage which was built circa 1870, and is listed by the National Trust. Collections of photographs, historical and personal items, farming equipment, vehicles and machinery are displayed in several buildings relocated on the site. The Warwick and District Historical Society is also happy to provide your coach group with a guided history tour of Warwick, one of the local historians can hop on your coach and highlight the historical points of interest. Grounds available for hire for weddings or wedding photographs (fees apply). ...

Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre

18515 New England Highway, Warwick QLD 4370
After more than 70 years of decline and dereliction, Glengallan emerges from the ruins of the 1867 sandstone mansion as a unique heritage experience. Walk through time and re-live the Glengallan story from squattocracy to farmer settlement. An innovative interpretation allows Glengallan to evolve with time as old photographs and documents shed more light on life in what was once described as "the finest house in the colony". Many facets provide food for thought and further study. Glengallan is ideal for family reunions, workshops, seminars, markets and rallies; available for wedding and professional photography. The heritage centre cafe, Eliza's, serves colonial fare with modern flair. Midweek group tours and functions by arrangement. A wide range of locally made souvenirs are available including Aloomba lavender products, Hidden Creek wines and Glengallan's own commemoratives wines: Gentleman Jack, Eliza D, King Billy and Ghost Gate port. Glengallan hosts markets in the gardens on the first Sunday of March, June, September and December....

Warwick Art Gallery

49 Albion Street, Warwick QLD 4370
The Warwick Art Gallery is at the forefront of cultural activities in the Southern Downs Regional Shire. Especially committed to community activities, the Gallery aims to identify, promote and celebrate the community's artistic and cultural identity and support community-based festivals, exchanges and events. In addition, the Gallery program brings to Warwick travelling exhibitions set to inspire and educate. The Gallery has two unique spaces, the traditional main gallery and the foyer space with outstanding visitor exposure and a garden view. Check for details on current exhibitions and events at the gallery....
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Hope Cottage Country Retreat

24 Serisier Road, Warwick QLD 4370
Hope Cottage is quiet, peaceful self catering accommodation located on a heritage listed rural property and former winery. It is situated on the river flats of the Condamine River, 12 kilometres from Warwick. A charming weatherboard house, it is completely separate from the owners' residence, with its own entrance and garden. French doors lead onto a wide verandah, with panoramic views to the mountains and the soft southern downs country. The house sleeps four to five people and is fully equipped. It's a great place for those seeking a rural relax, with just the sounds of birds or gentle mooing from the cattle across the paddock. It's also a great base for those attending the many events of all types held regularly in the Southern Downs area. All you need to do is bring yourself and your provisions! A basic set of essential necessities is provided, including also breakfast eggs if the hens are laying! Need advice on dining locally, activities, markets, shopping, getting physical just ask Beth your friendly and knowledgeable local resident manager. Stay for a night, a week, a month as long as you need. Close to all you want, a world away from if you don't....