Warwick thrives on its agricultural industry, owing to its strategic location to the Condamine River. Packed with heritage-listed destinations, the town notably features a sculpture of Tiddalik the Frog from the Aboriginal Dreamtime story that drank all of the fresh water from the nearby lake. The Jumpers & Jazz in July is held in July and the Allora Heritage Weekend is held in January.

Warwick is located 160 km (2 hr drive) south west of Brisbane and 85 km (1 hr drive) south of Toowoomba.

View the Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships online portal to identify the Indigenous language group/s for Warwick.

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Southern Downs Regional Council
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