Abbey Boutique Hotel Warwick QLD
+61 7 4661 9777
Explore Warwick QLD in the Southern Downs of Queensland Australia.
Stay the night at the Abbey, leave your car here and go on a cycling adventure!
(R On The Downs ACCOMMODATION )
Map 2 Warwick to Killarney, Queen Mary Falls,
(Spring Creek Mountain Cafe ACCOMMODATION
Map 4 Warwick to Allora, Clifton, Leyburn, Goomburra.
Map 5 Warwick to Stanthorpe - for those with lots of stamina!
QLD road rules for bicycles:
Links to toursit drives in QLD 2 - 13 nights
Jumpers & Jazz - Last 2 full weekends in July each year
Warwick Rodeo - October each year
Sunflower Fields - end Dec to Mar (depending on weather)
Carnival of Flowers - September in Toowoomba
Apple & Grape Festival - March Stanthorpe
Opera in The Vineyard - Ballendean Estate Stanthorpe
Stanthorpe WInery's Blog
Main Range National Park
Storm Creek Dam - Stanthorpe
Star Trails - how to photograph blog
Girrawheen National Park
Queen Mary Falls - Killarney
Heritage Trails - Warwick
Warwick & Surrounds (link to attraction's in each town)
Bramble Patch - Stanthorpe,
great desserts, jams & sauces.
Granite Belt Brewery - Stanthorpe
We use these cheeses for our cheese plates,, yum!
Suttons Farm - Stanthorpe
great apple juice & apple pies.
Varias - QLD training college
Try the 'Melody of Mains'
SOME LOCAL ATTRACTIONS.
The banks of the Condamine River might well be the last place you’d expect to find some of Queensland’s most prestigious sandstone buildings, but the little town of Warwick proves it’s more than just roses and rodeos with every visit.
The main street’s sandstone architecture, which now services a town of just 15,130 people, points to a vibrant past that’s 150 years young.
Turn back the pages of history and learn more about this darling town on the Downs
Restored from ruin in 2001, the iconic Glengallan House emerges from the ruins of the 1867 sandstone mansion as a unique heritage experience. Re-live the GFrom squattocracy to farmer settlement through an innovative interpretation that allows the place to tell its own story.
Open 10am to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday, Glengallan is an exceptional venue for day trippers, tour groups, school visits, reunions, weddings, workshops, seminars, markets and rallies;
As you enter the museum grounds through the heritage sandstone rose garden (built and designed by members to celebrate Warwick's 150th birthday in 2011) taking pride of place is our sandstone treasure, Circa 1870 built by Scottish stonemason John McCulloch.
Over the years it has been a home for Mr & Mrs McCulloch, 3 different schools, the last being Mrs Pringle's Milton College, a family home, boarding house, and a set of flats during W.W.2, then once again becoming a family home.
Pig & Calf Sales
Every Wednesday & Saturday morning
SOME LOCAL RESTAURANTS.il
Silks at the Horse & Jockey on Palmerin Street.
Warwick Hotel on Palmerin Street.
Condamine Sports Club on Palmerin Street.
Criterion Hotel on Palmerin Street.
Gardens Galore, Albion Street.
Bell Vue Cafe on Palmering Street.
Bella Vista Next to Cinemas
Chung Hing Licensed Chinese Restaurant
67 Albion St, Warwick QLD 4370
07 4661 5288
Red Rooster Warwick 678m
71 Guy St, Warwick QLD 4370
Soban House Korean
54A Palmerin Street
Joie De Vivre
31 King St, Warwick
07 4611 4244
75 Albion St, Warwick QLD 4370
J.Y Thai 964m
(07) 4661 4244
159 Palmerin Street, Warwick QLD 4370
130 Palmerin, Warwick.
69A Albion Street, Warwick, QLD, Australia, 4370
Roses Licensed Chinese Restaurant 802m
45 Wood St, Warwick QLD 4370
Rupert's Bar and Grill 883m
89 Wood St, Warwick QLD 4370
Warwick Condamine Sports Club 1.05km
131- 133 Palmerin Street, Warwick QLD 4370
Cnr Albion & King