Warwick Vines Motel is situated a short distance from the CBD. It is within easy walking distance of restauran'ts and RSL Club. The motel has been completely refurbished and offers the standard of accommodation expected from a 3.5 Star property.

Staying at the Motel:

Warwick is situated on the beautiful Darling Downs, a leisurely 2 hours drive west of Brisbane over the main divide and 2 1/2 hours from the Gold Coast. Close by are the Historic Towns of Killarney and Allora. Toowoomba, the nearby largest city and home to the `Carnival of Flowers` is a 50 minute drive. Coolangatta on the Gold Coast is approximately 200 km. There is a daily bus service to Brisbane and Toowoomba. Stanthorpe, the regions largest wine & stone fruit growing ditrict is about 40 minutes away on New England Highway.

Food & Wine Experience:

Amazing variety of restaurants and wines to accommodate all tastes.

TVs We have free to air TV but no Foxtel . The reason we have done this is to provide free internet to everyone This way you can watch anything you wish including foxtel Go and Netflix if you have them  on a device.

Room Types:

The Warwick Vines Motel has 4 twin rooms, 3 deluxe queen rooms,3 queen rooms,1 Single room and 4 family rooms. All have queen beds, spacious showers & well-appointed decor. All rooms also have reverse cycle split system air conditioning.

Deluxe Queen Standard Room

All our Deluxe Rooms are non-smoking. They are spacious with Queen Bed, Sofa, Dining Table, Writing Desk and modern decor, iron & ironing boards, tea & coffee facilities, toaster, Fridge and air conditioning for your convenience and comfort. Comfortably sleeps up to 2 guests.

 Queen Twin Standard Room

Our Deluxe Queen Twin Room accommodation in Warwick is non-smoking. They are spacious with Queen Bed, Sofa, Dining Table, Writing Desk and modern decor, Fridge and air conditioning for your convenience and comfort. Comfortably sleeps up to 3 guests.

2 Bedroom Family Suite

The spacious 2 Bedroom Family Suite at our motel in Warwick is non-smoking. It can comfortably sleep up to 5 guests. The main room features an extra large living area with dining table, and Queen Size and single bed, a wardrobe, separate writing desk, TV and reverse cycle air-conditioning. The second room has 2 single beds; the suite facilities include, Microwave & Fridge, Iron & ironing board and a small balcony for your convenience.

1 Bedroom Family Suite

Our spacious 1 Bedroom Family Suite is a non-smoking room. It can comfortably sleep up to 5 guests. The main room features an extra large living area with Breakfast Bar and Queen Size and 3 single beds, a Wardrobe, separate Writing Desk, TV and reverse cycle air-conditioning. The suite’s facilities include Mini Bar, Microwave & Fridge, Iron & ironing board for your convenience.

Standard 1 Bedroom Family Suite

The 1 Bedroom Standard Family Suite at our budget motel in Warwick is a non-smoking room. It can comfortably sleep up to 4 guests. The main room features a large living area with Queen Size and 2 single beds, a Wardrobe, separate Writing Desk, TV and reverse cycle air conditioning. The suite facilities include, Microwave & Fridge, Iron & ironing board and a small balcony for your convenience.



If you have decided to stay at the Warwick Vines Motel, whether you’re just passing through Warwick or are planning to stay a couple of days, you will be pleased to learn that there are plenty of things to see and do.


Those who are interested in the history of the area will find plenty to keep them amused. The Warwick Historical Society Museum (also known as the Pringle Cottage Museum) comprises a collection of buildings that feature furniture and household items from the last 130 years throughout the district. The Glengallan Homestead & Heritage Centre is often described as being frozen in time; it is reminiscent of its appearance in 1867.


If you prefer to get outside and breathe in the fresh air, you’re in luck. The Main Range National Park is quite close by and offers plenty of opportunity for picnicking and hiking. Some of the more impressive locations within the park include: Mount Cordeaux, Mount Mitchell, the Fassifern Valley and Queen Mary Falls. If you enjoy getting out on the water, Lake Leslie is quite a popular spot for fishing, sailing and water skiing (not to mention picnics!).


A number of events are actually held in the Warwick area each year; if you plan on travelling to the town during these festivals, ensure you book early to avoid missing out! The famous Rose and Rodeo Festival is held on the last weekend of October; come and watch some of Australia’s best rodeo riders compete for glory! The Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival is perfect for those who like a little less excitement; see the trees in Main Street decorated with jumpers!

Art & Culture

If you’re more interested in Warwick’s art and culture, you won’t be disappointed! The local art gallery is committed to celebrating the community’s artistic and cultural identity, so you will regularly see local work on show in the two gallery spaces. If you’ve always wanted to take a ride on a steam train, make sure that you take a trip on the Southern Downs Steam Railway’s “Downs Dasher”, which is a steam locomotive built in 1950.

In the surrounding area…

Family Friendly

When travelling with the kids in tow, we understand the importance of keeping them entertained above all else. Fortunately, there are a number of family friendly activities in the Warwick area. Why not take a day trip to the Jondaryan Woolshed, which offers daily tours and sheep shearing? Or visit the animal nursery in nearby Toowoomba, where you can meet some of the cute, fluffy babies and possibly give them a bottle?


If you have a bit of a green thumb, we definitely recommend making the trek down to Toowoomba to check out some of the most amazing gardens and parks in the state. Some of the notable destinations include the Japanese Gardens, Laurel Bank Park, Lake Annand Park, Queens Park, Picnic Point Lookout, Spring Point Bluff Garden and the Newtown Park Rose Garden. These gardens are especially striking during the spring when they’re in full bloom.

Majestic sandstone buildings, grand homesteads and colonial cottages give an ambience to contemporary living in this thriving regional centre. Enjoy the fascinating diversity of serene rural landscapes, stunning vistas and high country’s dramatic waterfalls. We wish you a warm and friendly welcome and hope you enjoy your time exploring The Southern Downs Region.


The city of Warwick has a powerful and significant past, with events impacting on both Queensland and Australia. Warwick is the site of the first free white settlement in Queensland. Botanist Allan Cunningham explored the region in 1827 and the Leslie brothers were the first Europeans to settle the area in 1840.


Experience the gentle flow of the Condamine River and an amazing range of adventures in the great outdoors. Slip quietly into the national parks and forests for an eco - experience second to none. Freshwater fishing permits and fossicking licences are available from Warwick Visitor Information Centre. For 4WD enthusiasts there are two special treats: the 14 River Crossings at Killarney and Spicer’s Gap Road east of Warwick. The Region offers an abundance of camping opportunities.


Rich in natural beauty, is the spectacular Main Range National Park and Goomburra State Forest. Main Range National Park (which includes Mt Mistake, Cunningham’s Gap, Spicer’s Gap, Queen Mary Falls, and Mt Roberts) is internationally recognised for its World Heritage status. Tucked away in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range is Goomburra State Forest. A popular camping area it has superb eucalypt and lush rain forest, magnificent views and perfect picnic area.



Famous events and festivals

The Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival is a celebration of winter like no other. Palmerin Street comes awash with colour as more than 150 deciduous trees are decorated in “tree jumpers” and Jazz performers entertain in diverse interpretations of this lively genre.

Famous as the Rose and Rodeo City, The Warwick Rodeo held in October each year, includes the nation’s richest prize in camp-drafting, the Gold Cup. The Friday Night Carnival heralds the beginning of the festival and the Saturday street parade is a gala event each year. Visit The Rodeo Heritage Centre (Alice Street) an informative rodeo display.

Amongst the thrills and excitement of the rodeo, the Warwick district also celebrates the annual Spring Flower Show with open gardens and competitions.


Historic Buildings

Graceful colonial homes, superb old churches, majestic sandstone buildings and the historic railway precinct give Warwick a sense of history unlike any other rural city. A comprehensive guide to buildings, Queensland’s Southern Downs Heritage and Historic Building Trail, is available at the Warwick Visitor Information Centre.

Visit the Southern Downs Steam Railway Fitzroy & Hamilton Street Wed & Thurs for a guided tour of the precinct and the beautifully restored C17 steam locomotive The Downs Dasher.


Pringle Cottage

A two-storey sandstone building once operated as a private school and now a museum. The cottage features furniture and household items dating back over 130 years. Open: Friday 10am–12noon & 2pm–4pm; Saturday 12noon–3pm.

Art Gallery

Continuing the rich tradition of culture, the Warwick Art Gallery hosts inspiring exhibitions of local and touring collections throughout the year. 

Open: 10am–4pm Tuesday to Friday; 10am–1pm Saturday & Sunday.

Warwick Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Centre

Do as much or as little as you like in the heated leisure, hydrotherapy and competition pools, gymnasium and basketball and volleyball courts. Open seven days a week.

Pig and Calf Market

All the spirit and personality of the country is jammed into this weekly market held each Wednesday morning. This is the longest continually operated market in Queensland, offering much more than livestock, and is a paradise for trash and treasure hunters. The cattle sales are held each Tuesday at the saleyards commencing at 7.30 is. Lamb and sheep are sold on Wednesdays from 1 pm.

Condamine River & Greenbelt

Following the Condamine River is the Warwick Greenbelt, a natural corridor of open space with sealed tracks for walkers and bikers, historic trails and shady picnic spots.

Tiddalik the Frog

The mascot of the greenbelt project ‘Tiddalik’ stands proudly on the banks of the Condamine. This 15 tonne granite frog is based on an aboriginal dreamtime story about the frog that drank up all the water and caused a drought.

Glengallan Homestead & Heritage Centre

Glengallan offers a rare experience of colonial life in the incongruous setting of a two-storey sandstone mansion. An innovative restoration reflects the rise and fall of Darling Downs squattocracy. Opening hours: Sat-Sun 10 am to 4 pm

Leslie and Connolly Dams

Leslie and Connolly Dams are a freshwater fishing paradise. Fishing permits are required and can be purchased from the Information Centre. Leslie Dam is also a great spot for swimming, sailing, skiing, and camping.

Morgan Park

The Morgan Park Complex hosts both horse and motor sports events. The facilities include world class centre for polocrosse and eventing, motor-cross track, drag strip and is home to Morgan Park Raceway and District Sporting Car Club. Morgan Park Raceway With events on most weekends head out to catch some of the raceway action.

Warwick Golf Club

A great country golf course offering an 18-hole course, only 5 minutes from the heart of Warwick.

Course Par: 69.

Jackie Howe Memorial

Located in Jackie Howe Park on the New England Highway is this memorial to ëGun Shearer’ Jackie Howe, who in 1892 shore 321 sheep with hand shears. He later shore 237 sheep with a handpiece, a record that stood until 1950.

Steam Train Tours - These are a absolute must for the enthusiest



Settler’s Route

A 72 km round trip, this tourist drive will take you into Killarney, the ëscenic gem’ of the Southern Downs. Don’t miss Dagg’s Falls, Brown’s Falls, Queen Mary Falls National Park, and the breathtaking views from Carr’s Lookout. 4WD’s can detour from the main road along the popular and spectacular Condamine Gorge, known as the ë14 River Crossing’ 4WD track.

Sunflower Route

The 50 km round trip will take you through countryside. The best time to visit is in summer when the sunflowers are in full bloom. Stop in and visit the town of Allora, with its quiet relaxing parks and gardens, attractive heritage listed streetscape, and houses and churches built in the traditional Queensland timber style.

Sprint Route

This 118 km round trip to the home of vintage motor sprints takes you past the popular fishing and boating spot of Leslie Dam and some of Queensland’s oldest country pubs. Time your drive to coincide with Leyburn’s Historic Motor Sprint Around the Houses, which attracts thousands of people the third weekend in August.

Cedar Route

The 62 km drive winds through the World Heritage Area of the Goomburra Valley. Visit the local lavender farm or put on your hiking boots and take to the many walking tracks of the Goomburra State Forest, one of the few national parks with a wheelchair accessible track. From fun 4 Wheel Driving, perfect picnic spots and spectacular scenery, the Cedar Route appeals to all.

Falls Drive

Four waterfalls are featured on the spectacular drive on the southern Queensland border between Boonah and Killarney. The route leaves the Boonah-Rathdowney Road south of Boonah and through Teviot Gap near Killarney takes in the four waterfalls on part of Spring Creek Road – Browns, Daggs, Queen Mary and Teviot Falls - and Carrs Lookout. This tourist route can form part of a wonderful circle drive taking in Cunningham’s Gap, Warwick, Killarney and Boonah – a special part of southern Queensland.


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