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Buckaroo Motor Inn

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$99.00 to AU$175.00 Room Only

The Buckaroo Motor Inn is a top-quality motel complex in a beautiful location. Staffed by friendly hospitality professionals, the inn is a clean, comfortable, affordable place to spend a night - not a fortune.

If you're looking for an inland adventure, the Buckaroo Motor Inn is a fantastic place to start. Based in Warwick, just two hours from the Gold Coast on the Condamine River, it's a great place to stop on your way elsewhere or enjoy a short getaway.

Everybody's welcome at the inn. With 18 units and layouts to suit all types and groups of travellers, they take real pride in catering to their guests' needs. They do continental and cooked breakfasts and can deliver meals to your room at night. Catering to everybody's needs, they also have available a wide range gluten free meal alternatives. WI-FI available.

These spacious units set in pleasant landscaped surroundings provide a mixture of comfort for all travellers, including families, visiting business and government representatives and small tour groups. Choose the Buckaroo Motor Inn for friendly hospitality and an enjoyable short or long term visit to the great Southern Downs.

Internet Points

  • Free Wifi
  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Cots Available
  • Iron
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Swimming

Pets Allowed:

By arrangement.

Other Information

Children:

Children are welcome.
86 Wood Street
Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

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Ballancar Cultural Heritage

Inglewood, Goondiwindi Area
From AU$60.00 - 150.00
Would you like to know more about Australia's Aboriginal past? Do you enjoy bushwalking, bird watching, nature photography or stargazing? Or perhaps you want somewhere to read, write or simply relax in peaceful rural surroundings? If you answered "Yes!" to any of these questions then Ballancar Cultural Heritage has something for you. Ballancar is a 2,300 hectare sheep and cattle property located near Inglewood in Southern Queensland. Significant evidence of past Aboriginal occupation can still be found on Ballancar in relatively undisturbed conditions. Ballancar Cultural Heritage offers guided bushwalks to introduce visitors to this archaeology and the cultural environment. The tours provide an introduction to stone tools and other aspects of Aboriginal life and landscape management. In addition to its aboriginal archaeology, Ballancar has an abundance of native birds and animals, and all the peace and quiet a visitor could wish for.
The Pittsworth Pioneer Historical Village consists of the Former Pittsworth Post Office, the Telephone Exchange and the Post Masters Residence. You'll also see the former one teacher school, a fully furnished cottage (circa 1900) and the Blacksmith Shop. Explore working life in the early days with displays of cheese making equipment and farm machinery. There are numerous displays including wearing apparel, lace work, early settlers hand tools, and a 1928 Austin Tourer car in original condition. Displays of memorabilia boast the feats of Arthur Postle, one time Australian and world's fastest athlete. He was born in the Pittsworth District.

Fordsdale Horseback Adventures

Fordsdale, Lockyer Valley Area
From AU$66.00 - 320.00
Fordsdale Horseback Adventures, is positioned on a 1,000 acre grazing property in the Lockyer Valley, Queensland. The property is situated 30 kilometres from Gatton, 50 kilometres from Toowoomba and 120 kilometres from Brisbane. It is also about two and a half hours drive from the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. They conduct day horse trail rides, one hour, two hour and all day rides. Also they offer horse riding holidays. They have fully catered accommodation for their horse riding guests, and a self-contained cottage. Guests are able to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the property, as well as take part in adventurous trekking. Fordsdale offers an experience for both the experienced riders and for people who have not ridden horses before. All trail riding packages can be tailored to suit groups or families.

Darling Downs Hotel (Sandy Creek Pub)

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
The Darling Downs Hotel is more commonly known as the Sandy Creek Pub which is situated on Sandy Creek Road at the start of the Sprint Route through to Leyburn. This historical hotel is the perfect place to stop, relax and unwind on the wide verandahs or in the rustic beer garden. Enjoy one of the fabulous and mouth watering meals that the Sandy Creek Pub is renowned for, play a game of pool or try your luck on one of the gaming machines. Publican Gary is more than welcome to have a chat over a cool drink, so don't drive by, stop in and say hello.

Warwick Historical Society Museum

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
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 bus and highlight the historical points of interest.

Sister Kenny Memorial

Nobby, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
Visit the memorial of Sister Elizabeth Kenny, Clifton's local hero! Sister Kenny lived in Nobby and received world recognition for her revolutionary treatment of polio victims in the early to mid twentieth century. This memorial chronicles her life and gives an account of the battles she had with the medical establishment of the day. She is buried in the peaceful Nobby cemetery, overlooking the wide, rolling hills, and is also commemorated by a local memorial park.

Warwick Art Gallery

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
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.

Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
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.

Southern Downs Steam Railway

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
The Southern Downs Steam Railway is a Mainline Tourist Heritage Railway and rail museum based in Warwick. Established in 1995, SDSR has restored a Heritage C17 Steam Locomotive to operational condition for use with these trains. The Warwick Railway Precinct is situated on the corner of Hamilton Street and Fitzroy Street where the old Warwick Locomotive Depot used to be, which closed in 1970. This site was chosen due to the fact that the original train 'turntable' was still in place. A not for profit organisation, most of the restoration work has been completed by 'work for the dole' participants. They have restored and re-built the locomotive sheds, workshops, water tower, repairs to the turntable, relaying of railway lines and erecting fencing. Now that the work is completed, volunteers have put up their hands to continue the restoration of the old railway carriages. Also situated at this site is an extensive collection of railway memorabilia for the train buffs.

Clifton Historical Museum

Clifton, Toowoomba Area
The Clifton Historical Museum is a worthy tribute to the district's pioneering past. Housed in the old butter factory, you can take a step back in time and visit a 1930s dining room, a pioneer bedroom, an early hospital ward, kitchen and children's room. The Heritage room allows access to original records of local businesses and schools. Read the memoirs of long-time residents, browse through the photographic collection, or look for your forebears on the database. An extensive range of early agricultural tools and machinery will evoke memories of yesteryear. Old movie memorabilia, communication, history, musical pieces; there's something for everyone, discover it for yourself.
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