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Cunningham: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Warwick Historical Society Museum


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 the sandstone cottage which was built circa 1870, and is listed by the National Trust.

Collections of photographs, historical and personal items, farming equipment, vehicles and machinery are displayed in several buildings relocated on the site. The Warwick and District Historical Society is also happy to provide your coach group with a guided history tour of Warwick, one of the local historians can hop on your coach and highlight the historical points of interest.

Grounds available for hire for weddings or wedding photographs (fees apply).




79-83 Dragon Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 21.5K from Cunningham

Abbey of the Roses


Visit the Abbey to do a self guided tour of the downstairs most Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mondays (we advise you phone first to ensure it is open).
Or, treat yourself to a night or two in this stately sandstone Heritage-listed B&B guest house which was originally built in 1891 as a convent for the Sisters of Mercy. You can also hold your wedding or private function here or set off on a self-guided tour or book in for high tea.
Cafe open Friday-Monday, provided there are no private functions - phone first and book to avoid dissapointment.
Groups are catered for by prior arrangement.

One of Warwick's standout heritage assets, this Victorian/Gothic building is a fantastic testament to the people who assisted in planning and building her.
Features include well-tended gardens, opulent furnishings, beautiful original stained-glass from the Royal Bavarian Institute in Munich (who also made glass for the Vatican) and a statue designed by sculptor Fr?d?ric Auguste Bartholdi who designed the Statue of Liberty.




8 Locke Street,
8 Locke Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 21.7K from Cunningham

Warwick War Memorial and Gates


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 December 1923, before a crowd of 3,000.

Sir Matthew expressed pleasure at the involvement of a returned soldier, Roy Campbell, in the memorial's design although he may have collaborated with his father Hugh.

The memorial, which cost ?1445, was crafted by Ipswich mason Frank Williams.

Its classic elegance incorporates Corinthian columns of polish granite and a sandstone shaft with carved wreath and the words 'The Honoured Dead'. Names are recorded on marble plates.

Memorial gates, also designed by the Campbells and installed a year later, pay tribute to the 377 Warwick district men who served and returned.

The Warwick war memorial is found in the south-east corner of Leslie Park, named after a pioneering family of the district.




Fitzroy Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 21.8K from Cunningham

Warwick Art Gallery


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 community's artistic and cultural identity and support community-based festivals, exchanges and events.

In addition, the Gallery program brings to Warwick travelling exhibitions set to inspire and educate. The Gallery has two unique spaces, the traditional main gallery and the foyer space with outstanding visitor exposure and a garden view.

Check for details on current exhibitions and events at the gallery.




49 Albion Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 22.2K from Cunningham

Boer War Memorial and Park, Allora


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.

Colonel (later Sir) Harry Chauvel unveiled the soldier statue in 1904, honouring the four local men who died, and 35 others who served in the southern African conflict. The slightly smaller than life-size soldier statue, by sculptor William P Macintosh, is unusual in its details: the soldier's mouth is open and he stands alone, without the traditional tree stump for support.

Subsequent additions commemorate those who fought and died in World War I and World War II.

General JC Robertson unveiled Allora's WWI memorial - a sandstone and marble obelisk, small field guns carved into the pedestal - in November, 1921.

A second sandstone and marble obelisk, simpler in design, stands at the park's rear, serving as a WWII memorial.






Warwick Street
Allora, QLD, 4362

Located 22.3K from Cunningham

Southern Downs Steam Railway


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 Locomotive to operational condition. C17, is a steam locomotive with eight driving wheels and a 17" cylinder, originally built between 1920 and 1953.

Southern Downs Steam Railway operates steam train tours from Warwick to Stanthorpe, Toowoomba and Inglewood at select times during the year - see the website for details.

You'll find the Warwick Railway Precinct on the corner of Hamilton Street and Fitzroy Street where the old Warwick Locomotive Depot used to be, (closed in 1970). This site was chosen as the original train 'turntable' was still in place.

A not for profit organisation, most of the restoration work has been completed by 'work for the dole' participants. They have restored and re-built the locomotive sheds, workshops, water tower, repairs to the turntable, relaying of railway lines and erecting fencing. Now that the work is completed, volunteers have put up their hands to continue the restoration of the old railway carriages.

An extensive collection of railway memorabilia will also delight train buffs.




Hamilton Street,
Corner of Fitzroy Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 22.9K from Cunningham

Cunningham: Events

Abbey of the Roses - Christmas in July


Christmas In July dinners at the Abbey Country House Manor, have become a popular annual event in Warwick. They are held every Saturday night and include a three course set dinner, four hour beverage package, Christmas trivia, secret Santa and it nearly always snows at the famous Christmas in July Dinners.

Accommodation is limited so book early. Warwick Jumpers in Jazz festival is the last two weekends and there is a two night minimum stay these nights.


Event Dates
2018
      7th Jul
      14th Jul
      21st Jul
      28th Jul


8 Locke Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 21.7K from Cunningham

Self Guided Tour - Downstairs and Grounds


Friday-Monday you may do a self-guided tours of the downstairs of this 1891 ex convent between 10-2.

Please don't just turn up, bookings are essential to ensure they can give you access on the day and someone is available.

View the private Chapel with original stain glass from Bavarian Art Institute in Munich, marvel at the craftsmanship of the hand crafted staircases, vaulted ceilings and original pressed metal ceilings.

After you have explored the inside and viewed antiques for sale, feel free to wander the grounds.


Event Dates
2017
      26th Nov
      27th Nov
      28th Nov


8 Locke Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 21.7K from Cunningham

Jumpers and Jazz in July


Warwick's Jumpers and Jazz in July is a celebration of yarn bombing and tree jumpers. live jazz, tastes of country cuisine nad a program of over one hundred events spanning 10 days. Known as Queensland's quirkiest festival, the event has been stages annually since 2004. The program incorporates 120 "jumpered" trees, jazz performances in more than 30 venues, exhibitions, hands on workshops, wining and dining. One of the few places in Queensland to experience a cold winter, Warwick is located on the Southern Downs of Southern Queensland Country.


Event Dates
2018
      19th Jul
      20th Jul
      21st Jul
      22nd Jul
      23rd Jul
      24th Jul
      25th Jul
      26th Jul
      27th Jul
      28th Jul
      29th Jul


49 Albion Street
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 22.2K from Cunningham

Cunningham: Travel Tips

Warwick Visitor Information Centre


The Warwick Visitor Information Centre is located at Town Hall, 72 Palmerin Street, Warwick.

This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Warwick Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans or make a booking.




72 Palmerin Street,
Town Hall
Warwick, QLD, 4370

Located 22.0K from Cunningham

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