boom, gloom, return from ruin
Glengallan is not just any old house. Uninhabited for more than half its lifetime, it remains frozen in time.The 1867 two-storey sandstone Glengallan is an iconic heritage place, a rare example of a substantial 19th century country house in Queensland. Glengallan today is a tribute not only to its visionary builder and to 19th Century craftsmen, but also to the 21st Century team that brought it back to life with a delicately balanced restoration that enables the visitor to experience the best and worst of its times.
OPEN 10AM to 4PM WEDtoSUNDAY + public holidays
OPEN ANZAC DAY 10am-4pm
18515 New England Highway Warwick
- (midway between Warwick and Allora)
- GROUP/TOUR BUS BOOKINGS
- PHONE 07 4667 3866 or email
- MARKETS Sunday 5 June 8am-1pm
- from Warwick 18.5km north on NE Highway;
- from Brisbane turn right at junction of Cunningham/New England highways (signs to Allora, Toowoomba); from Toowoomba
- 45 mins south on NE Highway, signed entrance on left
Eliza's at Glengallan
Try our famous scones with jam and cream, home-made pikelets or damper with butter and golden syrup.
merlo coffee or your choice of teas; delicious home-made cakes and biscuits.
Weekends offer luncheon from our blackboard menu plus freshly-cut sandwiches and cool drinks - spiders, iced coffee and milkshakes.
Southern Downs - it all starts here...
An hour's drive from Toowoomba and two hours from Brisbane, the Southern Downs, centred on historic Warwick on the banks of the Condamine River, together with nearby Stanthorpe and Granite Belt food and wine attractions, offer the perfect destination for a day or two in the country. Dating from 1840, the earliest pastoral settlement in Queensland, Warwick retains some of Queensland's finest sandstone buildings as well as stunning natural attractions and motor and horsesport events, including the famous Warwick Rodeo held annually in October.