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Warwick, Queensland

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Warwick Rose and Rodeo Festival

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The Warwick community comes together to celebrate the town's annual Rodeo with fun, creativity and entertainment. Bring the kids along to the Street Carnival on Friday night featuring stalls, rides and live family friendly entertainment. Saturday take in the tradition of the Street Parade from noon and the Craft Markets in Leslie Park before heading down to the Rodeo grounds after lunch.


  • Galleries, Museums and Collections (4)
    1. Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre 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.
    2. Southern Downs Steam Railway 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.
    3. Warwick Art Gallery 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.
    4. Warwick Historical Society Museum 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.
  • Historical Sites and Heritage Locations (2)
    1. Warwick Railway Memorial Honour Board A solid marble honour board at Warwick Railway Station notes the contribution of 101 local railway workers who enlisted in WWI - seven of them dying in the conflict. They were among more than 3,000 Queensland railway workers who enlisted. Some went on to help run railways in France during WWI.
    2. Warwick War Memorial and Gates 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.
  • Natural Attractions (2)
    1. Main Range National Park Impressive mountain peaks, escarpments and ridges offer breathtaking views in this park, which is home to rare and endangered wildlife. Main Range National Park follows an arc of rugged peaks and ridges, and is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. It provides a crucial western link in south-east Queensland's remarkable Scenic Rim.
    2. Morgan Park Morgan Park is a major sport and recreation facility and houses a range of sport clubs and organisations, as well as a reserve which is home to a wide range of bird species.


  • Exhibitions and Shows (2)
    1. Abbey of the Roses Morning Tea and Tour Country House Manor - Abbey of the Roses is a heritage listed 123 year old Victorian sandstone building in South East Queensland.
    2. Great Endeavour Rally and Cruise Join them for their 27th anniversary and travel from Warwick to Bubdaberg via Corner Country (Cameron Corner and Haddon Corner) on the Great Endeavour Rally or Cruise!
  • Festivals and Celebrations (6)
    1. Abbey of the Roses - Christmas in July Christmas In July dinners at the Abbey has become a popular annual event in Warwick. They are held every Saturday night and include a three course dinner, four hour beverage package, Christmas trivia, Santa on arrival and it nearly always snows at the famous Christmas in July Dinners. Accommodation is limited so book early. Warwick Jumpers in Jazz festival is the last two weekends.
    2. Bony Mountain Country Music Festival Bony Mountain Country Music Festival is a unique country music festival set in the Australian bush. This relaxed country festival inspires camaraderie amongst visitors leading them to return year in year out to catch up with old and new friends around the campfire, to camp under the stars and relax to the sounds of some great old time favourite Australian bush ballads! Live music, food, camping and a great relaxed social vibe delivers a true blue Aussie experience!
    3. Jumpers and Jazz In July Festival Queensland's quirky winter festival happens in Warwick each July. A platform for the arts and a celebration of all that is wonderful about winter, the festival's success is due to the community embracing the chill and the opportunity to be inspired by vibrant music and art. The Festival is a must do for any textile lover and the street art exhibition is guaranteed to inspire and enchant all who see it. Over 150 tree jumpers are worn by trees lining the Central Business District and every year the participating artists step up to a new level of cleverness and creativity. A diverse program of Jazz music events encourages visitors and locals to attend local cafes, restaurants, clubs and hotels to be entertained and most importantly "relax and enjoy".
    4. Warwick Rodeo On the last full weekend of October every year, the nation's top rodeo riders and the best broncs and bucking bulls gather for the Warwick Rodeo - known far and wide as "Australia's Most Famous".
    5. Warwick Rose and Rodeo Festival The Warwick community comes together to celebrate the town's annual Rodeo with fun, creativity and entertainment. Bring the kids along to the Street Carnival on Friday night featuring stalls, rides and live family friendly entertainment. Saturday take in the tradition of the Street Parade from noon and the Craft Markets in Leslie Park before heading down to the Rodeo grounds after lunch.
    6. Warwicks Carols in the Park Gather your friends and family, a picnic rug or chair and bring your singing voice to celebrate the festive season at Warwick's Carols in the Park. Traditional and contemporary Carols presented by crowd favourites, guest artists and up and coming performers. There's a visit from Santa, Christmas dress up competition with great prizes from the Rotary Club and why not grab a bite to eat and support the local charities.
  • Markets (2)
    1. Glengallan Seasonal Markets 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!
    2. Rose City Country Markets At the Rose City Country Markets you will find anything from boutique products to bric-a-brac including: Produce, Ornaments, Plants, Toys, Jewellery, Jams, Art and Craft, Woodwork, Health products, Furniture and Books. Held in Australiana Park the market is easily accessable to the traveller as it is located on the highway and you can find parking in the car park and adjacent streets. This market is a great place to stop if you are taking in a scenic drive or visiting Warwick for the weekend. Held the second Sunday of every month.
  • Performances (1)
    1. Abbey of the Roses Murder Mystery Dinner Party Abbey of the Roses has an interactive Murder Mystery Masquerade Party hosted dinner for 10-24 guests, includes canapes, main, dessert, four hour beverage package, fun, laughter, plus memories for years to come.
  • Sporting Events (3)
    1. NTI Rosebowl Polocrosse Carnival Polocrosse has been played in Warwick since 1953 and is one of Australia's leading clubs boasting numerous past and current Australian players. The Morgan Park facility is of a world class standard and offers a great day out for Polocrosse fans.
    2. Queensland International Three Day Event The Queensland International Three Day Event (QI3DE) is the marquee event on the Equestrian Queensland Eventing calendar and is one of only four International level Eventing competitions sanctioned by the International Equestrian Federation in Australia.
    3. The Warwick Cup Gather your friends, work mates and clients for The Cup, Warwick's biggest and best day out! Raceday parties don't get any better. You can book an exclusive spot in the trackside marquee or soak up the live music at the lawn party.

Visitor Information

Kahler's Oasis Caravan Park

98 Wallace Street (New England Hwy),
Warwick, 4370,

Freecall: 1800 809 426

Tel: 07 4661 2874

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