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The Warwick RSL Club on a Saturday night, has a Buffet for $15.50 in 2012
You have the choice of three different Roasts, eg Pork, Lamb & Beef, plus self serve of a variety of Roast Vegetables, Chinese style food and Salads.
There is also Soup, and a big choice of Desserts.
All was cooked lovely.
In 2012, we returned again, only this time we decided to try the Lamb chops and vegetables.
You could have salad if you wished. The meal arrived, and there were 3 lion lamb chops on the plate, a huge meal for me.
Sweets, and there was a good choice. All were only $2.50 each, inclucing pavlova which was beautiuful.. What a bargain and another good meal at the RSL.
Updated Nov 16, 2012
Address: Cnr Albion st & King st., Warwick
Phone: 07 4661 1229
There are warning signs at Leslie Dam ( and other Queensland waterways) about the possible risk to your health from Blue Green Algae Blooms. Due to the toxins they may produce, blue-green algae can affect water consumers in a number of ways. They have been associated with nausea, headache, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, gastroenteritis, muscle weakness, pneumonia and paralysis...............But wait there's more:
Body Contact with blue-green algae (toxic and non-toxic forms) through water-based activities can cause problems such as skin rashes, swollen lips, eye irritation and redness, ear ache and itchiness, sore throat, hayfever symptoms, asthma and possibly promotion of skin tumours.
Risk Level depends on the Activity involved.
lHigh Risk - Swimming, diving, sail-boarding, water-skiing,paddlingl
Medium Risk - Canoeing, sailing, rowing (assumes avoidance of algal material when launching and landing and no rollovers or capsize)
Low Risk - Fishing, pleasure cruising, passive shoreline recreation (picnicking, walking, etc.)
Interestingly, boiling water which is affected by the BG algae increases the toxins produced by the organisms.
Don't you just love Australia and the risks to the residents and tourists?
If the salt water crocs, sharks, rips, stone fish and Iracongi jellyfish don't get you the blooming blue algae goes for your throat just when you think it's safe to enter the water in an inland dam!!.
Updated Sep 3, 2008
Leslie Dam is the water supply for Warwick.
It is located only 12 kilometres west of Warwick, and is an area that has an abundance of nice picnic areas.
Not only that, it is very good for fishing, as the local fish stocking group have stocked it with large numbers of Golden Perch, Silver Perch and Murray Cod. Other Fish that can be caught are Spangled Perch and Eel-Tailed Catfish.
If you have a Boat, all the better, as there are no boating restrictions on Lake Leslie.
There is concrete boat launching ramp not far from the dam wall. You can enjoy water-skiing, fishing on the dam in your boat, and enjoy other water sports.
There are many large boulders around the fringes, I did notice some people had been dropped off by boat, and were fishing here, perhaps it is a good area.
I went for a walk along the Spillway wall, as far as I could go. The dam wasn't very full, but still picturesque.
Location is at.....578 Leslie Dam Road, 12km from Warwick
Written Jun 24, 2010
Favorite thing: This stall at the Warwick craft markets was a favorite of mine.
The stall sold all types of garden ornaments made from steel. I was talking to the producer of these ornaments, and he said he had to buy new steel as he run out of the scrap. This is why the prices are higher.
The work is so cleverly done! There are Kangaroos, Emus, Crocodiles, Echidnas, Frilled neck lizards, Kookaburras and a lot more.
Even though most are in the hundreds of dollars, he said he still sells quite a few. There certainly was a big interest in his stall.
He is also at the Jimboomba Markets that are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month, excluding the month of January.
If you want one specially made for you, contact.
Morrie 7 Paula Day
DAYZ FROGZ AND CREATIONS
29 Mc Clure Lane, The Summit , Queensland 4377
Written Nov 16, 2012