Goondiwindi is located in Queensland, Australia, about 362 km (225 miles) from Brisbane (a four-hour drive). Goondiwindi is at the junction of six major highways, so it is very accessible. The town known as “the Resting Place of the Birds” has something in store for everyone, be it the brimming wildlife of the Murray-Darling Basin or the Goondiwindi Museum.
- Macintyre River
- Goondiwindi Botanic Gardens
- Martha’s Cottage
- Take the kids to Goondiwindi Natural Heritage & Water Park for skiing and boating fun
- Be astounded by the magnificent architecture and gorgeous stained-glass windows of the Holy Trinity Church
- Stroll along and get a breath of fresh air at the cotton fields
Goondiwindi enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year. Come in January if you want to visit during the warmer season; July is the better time for cooler temperatures. The warmest temperature averages 27°C (81°C), and the coldest averages 13°C (55°C); average rainfall is 622 mm (24 inches).
Getting There & Around
The Goondiwindi Airport offers both international and domestic flights. Visitors can also get to Goondiwindi by bus from Brisbane or New South Wales.
Getting around the city is easy; visitors can opt to stroll downtown or ride a bus. Car hires are also available throughout the city.