Warwick

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.

Warwick
Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
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Goomburra

Goomburra, Southern Downs Area
Goomburra is an area of unspoilt natural beauty, just 30 minutes' drive north of Warwick or 90 minutes' drive south east of Toowoomba. The surrounding mountains, valleys and creeks make Goomburra a 'must see' for any nature lover keen to get off the beaten track.

Clifton

Clifton, Toowoomba Area
If you think of the quintessential country town streetscape you've got Clifton in mind. Dating back to 1875, this classic little town 45 minutes' drive south of Toowoomba (about half way to Warwick) has been used in a number of Australian movies including 'The Thornbirds'.

Hodgson Vale

Hodgson Vale, Toowoomba Area
Hodgson Vale is a small rural community 12 kilometres south of Toowoomba. Popular with mountain bikers and road cyclists there are a mix of bike trails and road cycling available in the area. Make sure you pay a visit to Lions Park in Hodgson Vale, a large park located on the New England Highway.

Broxburn

Broxburn, Toowoomba Area
Broxburn is a rural community just five minutes' drive from the town of Pittsworth. This small town offers camping facilitates for travellers looking to make a stop for the night. Broxburn is known for its annual Broxburn Festival.

Vale View

Vale View, Toowoomba Area
Vale View is a quiet rural spot, located just south of Toowoomba and is home to Federation Park. Federation Park is a lovely spot for a picnic or a short walk. Vale View is accessed from Toowoomba via Drayton Road and is located near Cambooya.

Southbrook

Southbrook, Toowoomba Area
Southbrook is a scenic rural community located on the Gore Highway near Pittsworth. The township has a primary school, hotel, store, fuel and other basic facilities. Local farm properties are characterised by hilly grassland, uncleared native woodland, and crops including sunflowers, chickpeas, wheat and barley.

Warwick

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
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.

Nobby

Nobby, Toowoomba Area
Nobby is an historic little nook in Southern Queensland Country, just half an hour's drive south of Toowoomba. Learning about one-time famous residents like author Steele Rudd and Sister Elizabeth Kenny who pioneered the treatment of polio, make visiting Nobby a unexpected pleasure.

Allora

Allora, Southern Downs Area
Allora is known as 'the best little town on the Downs'. The town is just off the highway between Toowoomba and Warwick. You’ll think you’re taking a trip into history when driving down the main street.

Greenmount

Greenmount, Toowoomba Area
Greenmount is a lovely country township surrounded by dairy farms, horse studs and various crops. Formally known as Emu Creek, Greenmount is an easy 25 kilometre drive from Toowoomba, on the outskirts of the Darling Downs.
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