1. Explore Warwick's historic houses on the five walks of Warwick
You can leave your car in the garage once you’ve checked into your accommodation in Warwick - the best way to get around is foot-power, taking one (or all) of the five walks of Warwick.
The five different walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and flexibility – the CBD Walk, Dairy Walk, Railway Walk, ‘Weewondilla’ Hill Walk and River Walk.
Each route on the self-guided touring map is graded, so you know what you’re getting yourself into – whether that be steps, paved footpaths or seating along the way.
If you have brought your birdwatching book with you, set your sights on the 2.5km River Walk to see hunting grounds for fish-eating birds – herons, cormorants, darters, kingfishers, and pelicans.
Once you’ve ticked off these five walks and graduated to longer trails, you might like take your walking shoes off-road near Warwick with a bush walk through Queen Mary Falls, Main Range National Park, Cunningham’s Gap and Goomburra State Forest, all nearby.
Pssst – if you’d like to sleep in one of Warwick’s historic buildings you can too, simply check into Abbey Boutique Hotel, whose walls date back to 1891.