Leave the Warwick Visitor Information Centre, turning left onto Albion Street, followed by a second left turn at Victoria Street. After 1.4km turn right into Rosehill Road. The Sunflower Route is a 26km drive through some of the most fertile farming land on the Darling Downs and Southern Downs. Crops thrive in the black alluvial soil in this area and include oats, wheat, barley, sorghum and sunflowers. Summer is the best time to take in the wonder and splendour of the Sunflower Route. Depending on the season’s rainfall, late December through to March is the most likely period to view blooming sunflowers. The Warwick Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on whether the sunflowers are blooming.