Kelvin Falls – traditional farm stay, feed the chooks and collect the eggs
Fireflies light up our forests and glowworms illuminate the caverns near Queen Mary Falls in Main Range National Park. This natural wonder only occurs for approximately one month every year, from late October to late November. The best time to see the fireflies is at dusk between 6pm and 8pm. For more information, contact the Warwick Visitor Information Centre.
Lawdogs Australia is the nation’s first privately owned specialist dog training kennel that is open to the public to see puppies and adult dogs going through their law enforcement training and doing demonstrations of protection, detection and agility in a live sit down show. Find out more.
Darling Downs Zoo
Just past Warwick on the way to Toowoomba, the Darling Downs Zoo features the only pride of African Lions in Queensland, Baboons, Monkeys, Marmosets, African Serval, endangered Sumatran Tiger, tropical birds, Kangaroos and White Wallabies, Deer, Crocodiles and Alligator, Boa Constrictors and Tortoises, unusual South American animals like Brazilian Tapir and Capybara and much, much more. The Zoo is also home to the only White Lions in Queensland and the largest herd of Zebras and Giant Tortoises in this State!
The zoo is open to the public from 9am six days a week. Visit their website or phone them on 07 4696 4107.
Hand feed parrots at Queen Mary Falls Caravan Park and Cabins. One of the most enjoyable activities for those young and old is the daily hand feeding of the king parrots and crimson rosellas. They are so tame they will land on your hands to feed. Also available at the same location is the Twilight Native Animal Walk, where you are likely to see bandicoots, kangaroos and sugar gliders. You can also hand feed the friendly possums.