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The Warwick Art Gallery is at the forefront of cultural activities in the Southern Downs. Especially committed to community activities, the Gallery aims to identify, promote and celebrate the communit 

Galleries Museums and Collections, Landmarks and Buildings

The Tannymorel Shed Mural is a popular tourist attraction in the Southern Downs region of Queensland. The mural was created by artists Malcolm and Kerry Robertson and it spans the entire side wall o 

Landmarks and Buildings

Stanthorpe’s CBD is scattered with street art between its boutique shopping and cafes. However, the giant murals are striking features that tell the story of the town and done by esteemed local and Au 

Galleries Museums and Collections, Landmarks and Buildings

Stanthorpe is Queensland’s colest town and this is marked on the readings shown on Stanthorpe’s Big Thermometer. See the Big Thermometer next to the Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre, with toilet 

Landmarks and Buildings

The Brass Monkey statue in Stanthorpe’s CBD is a famous little fellow that marks the town’s claim to get ‘cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey’. Stanthorpe district celebrates four seaso 

Landmarks and Buildings

Sitting astride Quart Pot Creek in Stanthorpe is the historic and truly impressive Red Bridge, accessed by a short walk. The bridge, which is no longer red as its name suggests, was built in the mid- 

Landmarks and Buildings, Parks and Gardens

Downs Explorer is a unique destination where you can experience their museum and precinct, a delight for visitors of all ages. This Mainline Tourist Heritage Railway and rail museum was establishe 

Galleries Museums and Collections, Historical Sites and Heritage Locations, Landmarks and Buildings, National Parks and Reserves, Natural Attractions

Dine, wine taste and experience the amazing facility that is Stanthorpe's own Queensland College of Wine Tourism, a learning centre focused on all thing's food, wine, tourism and hospitality. It's aw 

Entertainment Venues, Landmarks and Buildings

This quaint railway siding has photographers stopping in their tracks, literally. The view down the railway track with rustic, character-filled buildings flanked on either side makes it a favourite w 

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations, Landmarks and Buildings

Stanthorpe is where all of Queensland’s apple crop is grown, with more than one million trees surrounding the area it's no surprise this is where you can find The Big Apple. Stanthorpe’s Big Apple is 

Landmarks and Buildings

It’s certainly a surprise to encounter a giant stone pyramid south of Stanthorpe near the village of Ballandean! Built from blocks of local granite, the pyramid stands 17.5 metres in height, 30 metre 

Landmarks and Buildings

For a panoramic view over Stanthorpe, Mt Marlay's lookout and picnic area is the spot to drive to. Located within Stanthorpe itself, the lookout is only a short yet fairly steep and winding drive a s 

Landmarks and Buildings, Natural Attractions

Visit the Abbey to do a self-guided tour of the downstairs most weekdays, provided you phone first to book. Or, treat yourself to a night or two in this stately sandstone Heritage-listed Bed and Brea 

Galleries Museums and Collections, Landmarks and Buildings

The Queensland College of Wine Tourism is a learning centre focussed on all things food, wine, tourism and hospitality. It's award winning Varias Restaurant is renown for showcasing local food and  

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The Warwick Historical Society Museum is a collection of buildings which features furniture and household items representing more than 130 years of family life in the Warwick district. Most notable is 

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A Celtic cross tops the impressive 10.7 metre high sandstone and granite monument serving as a grave for 122 Warwick men who died in WWI. Governor Sir Matthew Nathan unveiled the memorial 5 Decembe 

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A pretty park of some historical significance, the first of three soldier statues erected in Queensland after the Boer War (1899-1902) is found in Allora's War Memorial Park in Warwick Street. Colo 

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A white cottage-like pavilion, nestled in a rocky park, provides visitors with a chance to take in the panorama of Stanthorpe and remember the legacy left by men from this area in WWI. Soldier hero 

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All aboard the Southern Downs Steam Railway! This Mainline Tourist Heritage Railway and rail museum was established in Warwick in 1995. Southern Downs Steam Railway has restored a Heritage C17 Steam L 

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All aboard the Downs Explorer! This Mainline Tourist Heritage Railway and rail museum was established in Warwick in 1995. The Downs Explorer has restored a Heritage C17 Steam Locomotive to operational 

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Visit Warwick's Horsepower Place on the Condamine River. Local artist John Simpson's Horsepower legacy pays homage to the rich and varied facets of the region's equestrion history and was more than 10 

A solid marble honour board at Warwick Railway Station notes the contribution of 101 local railway workers who enlisted in WWI - seven of them dying in the conflict. They were among more than 3,000 Qu 

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All aboard the Southern Downs Steam Railway! This Mainline Tourist Heritage Railway and rail museum was established in Warwick in 1995. SDSR has restored a Heritage C17 Steam Locomotive to operational 

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The Allora & District Historical Society operate two museums in Allora, the Old Allora Shire Hall and the School of Arts, both which have a collection of memorabilia depicting the early history of 

This Heritage Listed house, built in 1879, was the former home of PL Travers, the author of Mary Poppins. Enjoy a guided tour by appointment only. The house was originally the Australian Joint Stock B 

The Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre (ARHC) is solely dedicated to the spirit of rodeo and the cowboy. A place to follow the history and relive the glory of the Australian Professional Rodeo Associati 

The Killarney Heritage Centre is located on one of the main streets of Killarney. The Heritage Centre specialises in researching local family history and has a grand collection of local historical pho