Things to See and DoSitting on the banks of the Condamine River, historic Warwick - known for its roses and rodeo - features some of the state's finest original sandstone buildings.
5 Walks of Warwick
The best way to explore the picturesque streets, local secrets and well-known attractions of Warwick is by foot.
The different walks will take you along the beautiful Condamine River, past historic buildings like Abbey of the Roses and St Mary’s Church, and through scenic parks and alleyways fringed with fragrant Crepe Myrtle.
Go on a self-guided walk or follow one of 5 walks mapped by RACQ including:
- Dairy Walk – along the Condamine River and past the old Butter Factory
- Weewondilla Hill Walk – up the hill past the State school
- The River Walk – wheelchair accessible along the river past the Tiddalik and Platypus sculptures
- The Railway Walk – through Federation Park pask the Warwick Railway Station
- CBD Walk – through the CBD past many of the beautiful old buildings Warwick is renowned for
View the map of the 5 Walks around Warwick by clicking here!
Explore Queensland's Southern Downs & Granite Belt
The Southern Downs and Granite Belt is known for its rich history, stunning nature, heritage buildings and sculptures. Make the most of your stay in Warwick by using the Heritage & Historic Building Trails book on your next visit.
The online guidebook is the perfect informative guide to all the local highlights for both walks and drives of Warwick and surrounds, including:
- Warwick City Walk Trail
- Warwick City Drive Trail
- Warwick to Stanthorpe Trail
Learn more and explore our wonderful region by accessing the ebook here!
Southern Downs Steam Railway
The Southern Downs Steam Railway (SDSW) is located right here in Warwick and is a must see and do when visiting. The SDSR provides a unique heritage railway experience on the Darling Downs and Granite Belt through the operation of a tourist railway – it’s great for all ages! On site there is also an interesting museum and resides in what was a station building.