What's on in Warwick

Warwick is the hub of the Southern Downs. It is located on the Condamine River about 150 km southwest of Brisbane and the Gold Coast. The surrounding lands of the Darling Downs is home to a thriving agricultural industry and a friendly community that makes its own fun. Warwick is famous for its roses and rodeo, pubs, country music, country music and its lively gigs and entertainment scene. The Warwick Rodeo, that started in 1857 is a major attraction that brings thousands of visitors to Warwick each year. The Jumpers and Jazz Festival held each July is also very popular. Warwick has a wonderful array of pubs and clubs many of which host live entertainment from Thursday to Saturday night. See the links for the major entertainment venues for details of their events and gigs. See the up-to-date gig guide show below for upcoming gigs and entertainment in Warwick.

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Condamine Sports Club, 133 Palmerin St, Warwick
Warwick RSL Services Club, 65 Albion St, Warwick QLD 4370
Horse & Jockey Hotel, Cnr Palmerin & Victoria Street, Warwick
Criterion Hotel Warwick, 84 Palmerin St, Warwick
O’Mahony’s Hotel, 35 Grafton St, Warwick
Rupert's Bar & Grill, 89 Wood St, Warwick
Palace Hotel, 161 Palmerin St, Warwick
Sovereign Hotel, 53A Pratten St, Warwick
The Stockyard Hotel
Warwick Hotel
Adavale Pub, Shepherd St, Adavale
Burleigh Town Tavern, Cnr Township & Tsipura Drvs, West Burleigh
Royal Hotel, Sara St, Meandarra, Queensland

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