Things To Do

For detailed information on the following points of interest, please contact Warwick’s Visitor Information Office.

Historic hotels:
– The Criterion, Palmerin Street, Warwick
– Darling Downs Hotel, Sandy Creek, west of Warwick
– O’Mahoney’s Hotel, Lyons Street
– Maryvale Hotel, Maryvale
– Royal Hotel, Leyburn

Restaurants & Cafes
Rupert’s Bar and Grill, Coachman’s Inn, Wood Street, Warwick
Gunyah Restaurant and Motel, Wallace Street, Warwick
Peppercorn at Alexandra Motel, Wentworth Street Warwick
Jacqui’s (former Dome Deli) Albion Street, Warwick
Bellevue Cafe, Palmerin Street, Warwick
Mussel’s, Palmerin Street, Warwick
Bryson’s, Palmerin Street, Warwick
Rose City Shopping World Food Court, Warwick
Spring Creek Mountain Cafe, Carr’s Lookout, East of Killarney

Local Events

Polocrosse, Morgan Park, Warwick
Warwick Rodeo – Australia’s oldest and most famous – last weekend in October
Car Club Meets, Morgan Park
Leyburn Sprints
Sandy Creek raceway – go-karts etc
Jumpers & Jazz in July
Deuchar Dinner at Glengallan
full list – Warwick Tourism and Events
National Parks

Main Range National Park, east of Warwick – this World Heritage listed park includes a variety of walking tracks through rainforest terrain, offering excellent views over South East Queensland’s Scenic Rim (includes some wheelchair friendly walks)
Goomburra State Forest, north-east of Warwick – part of the Main Range National Park
Queen Mary Falls, 50km south-east of Warwick – the falls are spring-fed, tumbling 40 metres over sheer rock walls, from the head of the Condamine River
Leslie Dam, 13km west of Warwick – golden and silver perch fishing, boating, swimming, camping and manicured lawns perfect for picnics and BBQs
Tourist Drives – explore some of the picturesque townships and National Parks within the Shire – CONTACT THE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE

Regional Art Gallery, Warwick
18-hole Golf Course, Warwick
Beautiful Roses – throughout Warwick’s (“The Rose City”) parks and gardens during Spring. The red “City of Warwick” or Arafuto Rose was developed especially for the town. The Glengallan Rose (Lamarque) propagated from original stock surviving at Homestead and available, seasonally, from the Heritage Centre.
Warwick Indoor Recreation & Aquatic Centre – first class gymnasium with several size heated swimming pools