THE SOUTHERN DOWNS OF QUEENSLAND
"WARWICK - THE ROSE & RODEO CITY"
Warwick is a thriving city, being the largest urban area on the Southern Downs. It is located 160kms from Brisbane, and is on the main inland route to Sydney. (New England Highway) On a drive around the town, you will see lots of lovely old sandstone buildings and beautiful Roses when in season.
The Condamine river passes through the city.
There is more than one School here, and you will also find Scots PGC College, this College takes in boarders.
It is famous for its roses and the Rose Festival, and the Warwick Rodeo, which is held late October.
There are a lot of tourist drives that originate from here.
SUNFLOWER ROUTE 50km round trip
SETTLERS ROUTE 72km round trip
CEDAR ROUTE 62km round trip
SPRINT ROUTE 118km trail
Call in at the tourist information centre for details and brochures on these routes, and things to see in Warwick and surrounds.
THE TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE
is on the corner of Albion st (cunningham highway) and Fitzroy street.
There website is: www.southerndownsholidays.com.au
PHONE: 1300 766 423 or (07) 4661 3122