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City View Motel

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$119 to AU$139

City View Motel Warwick - Gateway to the Southern Downs.

City View Motel is one of Warwick's best value motels; offering great comfort and friendly service. Whatever your reason for coming to Warwick; business or leisure, sport or family, shopping or appointments the City View Motel can accommodate you.

If you are travelling through Warwick and looking for a great shower to rinse away the day and a good night's sleep in a comfortable bed, the City View Motel is the place to stay. City View Motel is a family owned and operated business. 91 per cent of guests would recommend City View Motel to their family and friends. With a 92 per cent overall satisfaction rating.

All rooms are non-smoking ground floor units with double glazed windows and undercover parking, directly in front of each room. All have a luxurious queen size bed with a variety of single, twin and family room configurations.

City View Motel is the first Motel on the left as you enter Warwick from the Brisbane/Toowoomba side. They have beautiful views over the city for all guests to enjoy.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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Jumpers and Jazz in July

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
21 July 2017
Warwick's Jumpers and Jazz in July is a celebration of yarn bombing and tree jumpers. live jazz, tastes of country cuisine nad a program of over one hundred events spanning 10 days. Known as Queensland's quirkiest festival, the event has been stages annually since 2004. The program incorporates 120 "jumpered" trees, jazz performances in more than 30 venues, exhibitions, hands on workshops, wining and dining. One of the few places in Queensland to experience a cold winter, Warwick is located on the Southern Downs of Southern Queensland Country.
28 August 2016
Make some memories with family or friends at an Abbey Lunch High Tea. Take a Sunday drive in the country and partake in a high tea lunch at this Country Manor House on the Southern Downs. Includes a welcome glass of sparkling, mini savoury and sweet delights for lunch with pots of black tea or choice of 10 bagged herbal teas. View antiques for sale whilst on a history tour of the downstairs. Wander the gardens before or after the High Tea. Doors open at 12.30pm, if you arrive early feel free to wander the gardens. Bookings are essential so please don't just turn up as they only cater for those who have prepaid. Accommodation is available at the Abbey for an extra treat. Limited dates for group High Teas. Private High Teas can also be arranged.

Felton Food Festival

Toowoomba Area
26 March 2017
Experience a day on the land and celebrate authentic country life at the Felton Food Festival. The Festival is a showcase of everything that the Felton Valley is famous for - delectable produce, stunning landscapes, friendly people and real country living. While the food is king, there are plenty of other activities to take part in at the Festival. Families, friends, farmers and food lovers can mingle amongst the wide range of market stalls, take a crop tour, meet a local farmer, learn about the paddock to plate process, enjoy a cooking demonstration, roam with the free range farm animals, and relax in the country atmosphere. Just under two hours leisurely drive from Brisbane or half hour from Toowoomba, this charming country festival is a must-do experience for genuine encounters and renewed appreciation of their local produce.

Murder Mystery at the Abbey

Multiple Locations
20 August 2016
They Abbey Murder Mystery nights are great for milestone birthdays, anniversary, work outings or just as a fun getaway with your partner or friend. Create your own date with 12 or more friends or join one of the pre arranged groups. Fully hosted interactive night with three course dinner, four hour beverage package, clues handed out during the night and character invites emailed a week before.

Glengallan Seasonal Markets

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
4 September 2016
On the first Sunday of each season Glengallan Homestead plays host to a seasonal market. Find an array of stalls and entertainment in the shadow of the impressive Glengallan Homestead. Relax in the beautiful grounds, take a tour of the homestead or take in the atmosphere while having a coffee and morning tea at the on-site cafe. The craft market is an ideal place to take home a handmade souvenir or homemade treat! Glengallan Homestead is a great spot to stop when taking in one of the region's scenic tourists drives, situated on the New England Highway between Allora and Warwick with ample parking it is an easy addition to your weekend drive or getaway!
24 October 2016
Every year for the last full week in October horsemen and women Australia wide gather for seven days of premier Campdrafting. This uniquely Australian sport involves strong horsemanship skills as man and horse work cattle. The Warwick Gold Cup is Australia's most prestigious campdraft and boasts total prize money exceeding AUD173,000. Combine this level of competition, with adrenaline pumping Rodeo where you will see Australia's top Cowboys versus Australia's best bucking livestock. This year they are honoured to be able to host the Australian Professional Rodeo Association's National Finals. This is a great fit seeing Warwick is Australia's oldest Rodeo and this is the APRA's 51st championship. Held over four full rounds from Thursday until Sunday you will hear the roar of the crowd, see the dust rising as the launches himself onto that beast and smell the victory! Or party on with live bands well into the night.

Got Mittens Too Exhibition

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
15 September 2016
Warwick's Peter Osborn became interested in his grandfather's World War 1 experiences after his uncle sent him a scanned copy of his diary from that time. He arrived in France in mid 1916 as a sapper with the 13th brigade of the 4th Division Australian Imperial Force and somehow survived, particularly the third battle of Ypres where his younger brother was killed. He decided to prepare an installation using sculpture and two dimensional work based on this family story.
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