Toowoomba & the Darling Downs

Warwick Queensland Accommodation

Accommodation listings for Warwick in Queensland.

Chinchilla, 4413, Queensland, Australia

Chinchilla, on the Darling Downs, is approximately 300 km north-west of Brisbane. Coal and gas projects as well as agriculture support the community. Chinchilla is famous for its Melon Festival held every two years. The Warrego Highway (from Ipswich, Toowoomba and Dalby) goes through Chinchilla to Charleville. Postcode: 4413 Local Council: Chinchilla Town Council Chinchilla… Read More

Darling Downs, Queensland, Australia

The Darling Downs is a vast, fertile plateau on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range. Road access from Brisbane is along the main highway to Picnic Point at Toowoomba or further west via the Cunningham Highway and through Cunningham’s Gap. Towns on the Darling Downs include Dalby, Pittsworth, Roma, Stanthorpe, and Warwick and… Read More

Pittsworth, 4356, Queensland, Australia

Pittsworth is on the Darling Downs, approx 40 km south-west of Toowoomba and 170 km south-west of Brisbane, at the junction of the Warrego and Carnarvon Highways. Local Council: Toowoomba Regional Council Pittsworth Show Society Pittsworth State School & Pittsworth State High School Pittsworth FM 87.6 Pittsworth’s Own Local FM Radio Station Pittsworth Accommodation Accommodation… Read More

Roma, 4455, Queensland, Australia

Roma is in the western part of the Darling Downs, approximately 515km from Brisbane, at the junction of the Warrego and Carnarvon Highways. Local Council: Roma Council Roma State College Roma Accommodation Accommodation in Roma available through… Read More

Warwick, 4370, Queensland, Australia

Warwick is approximately 158km south-west of Brisbane – 2 1/2 hrs WSW of Brisbane and the Gold Coast – and is home to Morgan Park Raceway.

Toowoomba, Darling Downs, Queensland Australia

Toowoomba, known as Queensland’s Garden City, sits at the top of the Great Dividing Range and is the entrance to the farming region of the Darling Downs. The annual Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, Australia’s longest running floral event, has been running since 1950. Thousands of gardeners play their part in transforming the city for the… Read More