Warwick, Qld
VIBRANT CITY, RURAL VALUES

Welcome to Warwick!

 

Whether you are a long time local, just passing through, or looking to purchase your next property for an exciting tree change, the township of Warwick is fast becoming a sought-after area on the map. Nestled in the heart of the Southern Downs, this region offers a unique country charm like no other.

 

With a population over 13,000, Warwick offers all the necessities you would ever need without the hassles and stressors of city life. Envision wide open spaces and some of the best outdoor recreational activities Queensland has to offer. Tied altogether with the friendly and charismatic attitude that regional Australia is renowned for, and you have the tree change of your dreams.

Settled on the banks of the Condamine River, the Southern Downs region offers outdoor adventures unmatched anywhere else in the country. Recreation ranging from national parks, camping, hiking and fishing – Warwick has it all. Better yet, these outdoor activities suit all lifestyles whether you are a family unit, newly married or enjoying retirement. There is something for everyone.

 

Located within Main Range National Park is Queen Mary Falls. A short 40-minute drive from Warwick, the hiking trail offers spectacular views of the Southern Queensland Country. Further south, Girraween National Park is located in the Granite Belt region. The park boasts popular bushwalking trails suitable for all and rock-climbing activities for the daredevils at heart. Located just over an hour away from Warwick, the national park provides the perfect day trip opportunity to explore all that the region has to offer.  

 

On a family note, the team at Warwick Lifestyle Property understand the value and importance of education. Fortunately, the local Warwick community offers an array of excellent educational institutions at both a primary and secondary level. So, whether your family chooses to pursue the private or public route, be rest assured there are options to suit your child’s every academic need.  Click the Warwick Eduction Summary. 

 

There is always something on in Warwick.

 

The Morgan Park precent is home to one of the most popular racing circuits in Australia.  Since 1969, Morgan Park Raceway has been the meet location for so many. Events at the circuit include the Queensland Super Sprint Series, Southern Downs Road Racing Series, and the CAMS QLD State Rounds!  Each year Warwick hosts Queensland's biggest historic motor racing festival.  A new drag strip will be opened in 2021 which will attract competitors and spectators from all over Australia.  The precent also hosts major equine competitions such as polocrosse, show jumping, cross county and dressage.

 

The Jumpers and Jazz Festival in July is a permanent date set in the calendar of many!  The colourful, quirky festival brings together a program of over 100 events during ten days of music, food, wine & unique textile crafts. The program is book ended by two big weekends of celebrations providing plenty of opportunity to make a weekend of it. Or avoid the crowds and take advantage of the festival’s mid-week program.

 

Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup Campdraft. An annual event, the rodeo is without a doubt the most prominent local event in the Warwick community calendar. Hosted by the Warwick Show and Rodeo Society, the rodeo takes place every year in October and attracts the best riders from across the nation for a weekend full of bull-bucking, bronc-riding and barrel-racing action.  Coined ‘Australia’s Most Famous’ rodeo, the Warwick Rodeo has become a cult favourite and much anticipated weekend within the community.

 

If you enjoy good food and wine, the Granite Belt Wine region is a short drive from Warwick, where locals and visitors enjoy boutique wineries, breweries, eateries and the best apply pie in Australia.

 

Whether you are a tourist exploring our region or considering a lifestyle change the Warwick community is ready to welcome you.

“We moved to Warwick in 2017, the most significant realisation for us was we could pursue our business ambitions whilst living on a 200-acre property only a short distance from the central business district.  Living in Warwick means we can be busy living full lives without the stress of larger cities.  We have a relaxing commute to our office, people in the street know our names and all the sport, recreation, retail & services we need are right here.”

 

Craig, Joanne & Chantel

Warwick Lifestyle Property

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