The major town of the Shire is Warwick,
is situated on the beautiful Condamine River in South-East Queensland
about 160km south west of Brisbane. Warwick has a population of around
11,000 with about 25,000 people in the Shire which includes the towns
Allora and Killarney. Warwick is the centre of the Southern Downs,
a rural area, which has cattle, dairy and
Warwick is known as the “Rose and
with many rose gardens in parks and private homes. The Rodeo, held in
each year is one of Australia’s first and most famous Rodeos. Warwick
also known for its historic sandstone buildings.
There are a number of scenic National
in the area such as Goomburra, Queen Mary Falls, Main Range and
National Park. They offer camping, bushwalking and picnic facilities.
Come and visit Warwick or contact us
Baha'i Community in Warwick.