Kahlers Oasis Caravan Park

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$30.00 to AU$142.00 Room Only

Kahler's Oasis Caravan Park is situated on the south side of Warwick on the New England Highway (Wallace Street). They offer a variety of accommodation from Budget Cabins to Two Bedroom Holiday Units. Drive through Powered Sites and Camp Sites are also available for caravans, campers and motorhomes.

They are only a short drive to Morgan Park, Rose City Shopping Centre and the Warwick Golf Course, and walking distance to the Warwick Showgrounds and licensed restaurant.

Kahler's Oasis is a great place to relax and unwind and has ample room for guests to enjoy the spacious surroundings and country hospitality.

Internet Points

  • Free Wifi


  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Cots Available
  • Gas
  • Ice
  • Iron
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Linen Not Supplied
  • Nightcall button
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets not allowed
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk


  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Other Information


Disabled bathroom and living area in one cabin.


Children are welcome, there is a large play area and pool area for families. Infants under the age of two are free, unless cot or linen is needed.
98 Wallace Street
Warwick, Southern Downs Area

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McNevin's Gunyah Restaurant

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Experience the ultimate in fine dining with a night of sheer culinary delight. Enjoy a cocktail at the bar, or sit by the fire in winter. Located in Warwick, the 100-seat licensed restaurant also caters for weddings, corporate events, anniversaries and bus tours. Despite the delicious modern Australian menu, Chef Shamara Naylor is always available to discuss options for your special occasion.

Darling Downs Hotel (Sandy Creek Pub)

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
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Warwick Historical Society Museum

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
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Sister Kenny Memorial, Nobby

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Visit the memorial of Sister Elizabeth Kenny (born 20 September 1880, died 30 November 1952), who had a significant world-wide impact on the treatment of polio (Infantile Paralysis), one of the world`s most devastating diseases. Sister Kenny lived in Nobby and received world recognition for her revolutionary treatment of polio victims in the early to mid twentieth century. She challenged the then current medical practice of immobilising muscles affected by polio and proved that exercising them aided in patient recovery. 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 which overlooks the wide, rolling hills, and her life 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
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