49 Albion St, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
Warwick Art Gallery
Warwick Art Gallery Incorporated was established in 1989 and the new building was opened in February, 1990
The Art Gallery provides a range of services to the community including:
- A program of temporary exhibitions
- Public programs including visual art workshops, education and outreach projects
- Arts-related advice to the community, including support of local arts groups, by offering assistance with the management of exhibits, professional development advice and assistance with applications for government grants
- Management of the visual art component of the Jumpers and Jazz in July annual arts festival
Old Stanthorpe Road, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
The Morgan Park complex is situated on the outskirts of Warwick, only few minutes from the town centre.
It is host to a range of events including horse trials (equestrian), polocrosse, dirt bikes, drag racing, circuit racing and equine driving. Morgan Park is the home of horse power and hosts an event nearly every weekend.
The Morgan Park Resource Reserve is a birdwatchers paradise with over 20 species of birds including quails, ducks, raptors, needletails, kingfishers, fairy-wrens, honeyeaters, parrots and many more.
Morgan Park has become well known for it's international events, including the inaugural Polocrosse World Cup, Horse Trials World Cup Qualifier and state championships in motor racing.
4 Alice St, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre
The Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre (ARHC) is solely dedicated to the spirit of rodeo and the cowboy.
A place to follow the history and relive the glory of the Australian Professional Rodeo Association's greatest champions and rodeo history. The only one of its type in Australia, the ARHC exhibits interactive and static displays, live rodeo demonstrations, a theatrette, bar, function and board room, museum store and is home to the head office of the Australian Professional Rodeo Association (APRA).
Palmerin St, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
A wonderfully maintained country town-centre park with nice grounds and an avenue of trees. Featuring well kept Anzac memorials to Diggers from WW1 to Vietnam along with German WW1 trophies on display. The park also features barbeque and picnic shelters.
81 Dragon St, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
Pringle Cottage Museum
The Society maintains a sandstone cottage, built c.1870, which features furniture and household items representing more than 130 years of family life in the district. Collections of photographs, historical items, farming equipment, vehicles and machinery are displayed. Several buildings have been relocated on the site, including a church, slab hut, overseers cottage and an emporium building. A printing display includes presses and associated items from the Warwick Daily News.
Lions Park, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
The Warwick Township Lion's Park contains approximately 7.4 acres and is located in the village of Rothsville. This park offers active recreational opportunities including a softball field, an under-10 soccer field, 2 tennis courts, an outdoor street hockey rink, and 2 sand volleyball courts. A macadam walking/biking trail winds through the park, which extends from Church Street to Twin Brook Road.
Barnes Park, 55-65 Horsman Rd, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
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Corner Hamilton & Fitzroy Streets, Warwick QLD 4370
Southern Downs Steam Railway
With a focus on people "experiencing the magic of steam on the Southern Downs", SDSR offers train journeys to meet most tastes. From short family journeys to Hendon and Clifton, to the full day out retracing the Sydney Mail run to Wallangarra, SDSR's journeys are all different, unique, and steeped with a touch of magic. Why don't you join the magic today?