Known as the “Rose and Rodeo City”, Warwick is a booming town in Queensland, Australia. From historical sandstone buildings and roses speckling the local gardens, visitors will find many things to gaze upon. Situated along the Condamine River just south of Brisbane, this is a town filled with beauty that just can’t be missed while travelling through Australia.
- Warwick Art Gallery
- Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre
- Morgan Park Reserve
- Explore the Leslie Dam
- Visit Warwick's Pringle Cottage Museum
- Tour the Glengallan Homestead
With its temperate climate, Warwick experiences warm summers and cool winters. During the summer months of December through February, the temperatures hover around 27°C; in winter, June through August, the weather is cool and comfortable with temperatures of 16°C. Average annual rainfall measures about 966 mm. Regardless of the season, this destination can be discovered any time of the year.
Getting There & Around
There are regular bus services that run to both Warwick and Stanthorpe. The town is also served by air through the airport in Brisbane, where travellers will find numerous forms of transport, including charter buses for larger groups.
Ideally located just a few hours from Brisbane, Queensland’s Southern Downs and the Granite Belt, hired cars are the best way to see the area and get around town.
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