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Head west with this itinerary, to the region of Goondiwindi, an easy 2.5 hour drive from Toowoomba. Sitting peacefully on the banks of the Macintyre River at the junction of five major highways, Goondiwindi is a well- established border town offering friendly country hospitality, historic pubs and a lively water-skiing community. This drive will take you through the historical towns of Millmerran, Inglewood and Warwick, visiting the mural art silos at Yelarbon and an olive farm as you enjoy the seasonal crops of the region.

Toowoomba to Goondiwindi PDF

DAY 1: Toowoomba to Goondiwindi

[APPROX. 221 KM / 2 HRS 30 MINS]

Start the drive on Anzac Ave to head to Millmerran, stopping for morning tea. Do a walking tour of the historical murals in the township. Continue to Goondiwindi on the A39, book into your accommodation and take a late afternoon stroll along the river. Grab a sundowner at the historic Royal Hotel.


DAY 2: Goondiwindi to Warwick

[APPROX. 200 KM / 2 HRS 16 MINS]

Explore the town of Goondiwindi before departing via the Yelarbon Silos. Take the National Route 42 for a stop at Coolmunda Olives near Inglewood to then continue to make your way to Warwick. Book a night at the historic Abbey Boutique Hotel and take in the history of this town.


DAY 3: Warwick to Toowoomba

[APPROX. 283 KM / 3 HRS 18 MINS]

Take the back roads back to Toowoomba, meandering your way through seasonal crops such as sunflowers or sorghum depending on the time of year. Stop at the historic Nobby Pub for lunch and calling into the beautifully restored Bull and Barley Inn in Cambooya.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Southern Queensland Country Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways that run through these regions. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.