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Thank you for choosing to stay at the Buckaroo Motor Inn. While you are visiting Warwick, why not check out some of the amazing things to do, see & taste - here are some of our favourites
A tree with red and purple patterns and leaves. A text description saying 'Jumpers & Jazz in July'

Jumpers and Jazz in July bring together a program of over 100 events during the ten days of the festival. The town comes alive with hand knitted street decorations, live jazz music all week and some spectacular things to see like the classic car rally, Killarney Bon fire night, and Sunday markets in the park. This festival is a must book early event but is also worth a day drive away from the big smoke.

A red text saying 'Morgan Park Race Warwick

Morgan park raceway is a buzzing motorsports hub nestled away here in Warwick, with a huge event calendar opening in late Feb each year running all kinds of exciting styles of racing from super bikes, classic cars, side cars to name a few right through till November each year.

Kooromba Vineyard & Lavender Town. A letter K inside a circle in the background

Kooroomba Lavender farm has been created as a unique tourist destination, nestled in the Fassifern Valley at Mt Alford near Boonah, about 60 minutes from Brisbane and 1hr 30 minutes from the Gold Coast.With a wine tasting cellar door and exquisite restaurant that overlooks the rolling mountain range, This is a definite favourite among many of travellers.

Warwick Golf Club logo. A flower in the center and two golf club crossing each other

An 18 hole parkland-style golf course, an air-conditioned clubhouse with popular restaurant, bar and function rooms, a fully stocked pro shop with motorised carts. The air is clean and the hospitality is warm and welcoming.

Warwick Polocrosse Club logo. A silhouette of a horse and a man in a polocrosse

Home to the world’s best polocrosse facility, and Host of the 2019 Adina World Cup. Polocrosse has been played in Warwick since 1953 and is one of Australia’s leading clubs boasting numerous past & current Australian players.For anyone looking for a reason to get out of the big smoke and experience something a bit different the team at Morgan park sure know how to put on a great even. The main events for the year are hosted around the easter weekend in April and early may, and finals are usually held around August. Tune in to the webpage for details.

Warwick Show & Rodeo Society Inc. Australia's Most Famous icon. A man riding a horse

On the last full weekend of October every year, the nation’s top rodeo riders and the best broncs and bucking bulls gather for the Warwick Rodeo – known far and wide as “Australia’s Most Famous”. The riders and the bucking stock come together to try and prove the old saying wrong – “never the horse that couldn’t be rode, never the rider that couldn’t be throwed”.

Glengallan Homestead. A Haunted House

Glengallan Homestead, built 1867-1868, is located just north of Warwick at Mount Marshall, running west from Cunningham's Gap, near the junction of the Cunningham and New England Highways approximately 15 kilometres north of Warwick.The historic homestead provide tours and market style weekend events. Check in for details

Char-belas Restaurant. Brown pentagon background

You can find Charbellas nestled in with the iconic Warwick twin cinema. Offering Mediterranean and Modern Australian Cuisine. Gourmet Pizza's made with their own fresh dough and ingredients.

Aussie Beef Steak House - Licensed Restaurant

Set in the heart of the Granite Belt, only 40 minutes south of Warwick in Stanthorpe, the Aussie Beef Steakhouse is a night out not to be missed. With fresh produce, wine and beer sourced locally as well as an extensive cocktail menu, this is a dining experience you will never forget. Bookings are essential.