Heading west along the Cunningham Highway is the town of Inglewood, established in 1862. 

Inglewood is emerging as the hub of the Olive industry with more than 340,000 olive trees planted to date. Harvest time is between March and May.  Inglewood is also home to an award winning Lavender Farm.

Inglewood services a diverse rural economy which produces sheep, cattle, timber products as well as lucerne, grapes and a diversity of horticultural crops. 

Located in South East Queensland, Inglewood is situated on the Cunningham Highway, 91 kilometres east of Goondiwindi and 109 kilometres west of Warwick. Distance From Brisbane: 270 kilometres 

The centre for water activities is Lake Coolmunda situated 12 kilometres east of Inglewood on the Cunningham Highway. It boasts some very pretty picnic spots along its shores. Excellent fishing can be enjoyed from either a boat or by the shore. Fresh water fishing sports are also abundant along the McIntyre Brook.

Visitors are also invited to explore the Inglewood Museum, take a tour of an Olive Grove, enjoy the spring wildflowers or enjoy excellent birdwatching. Tourist drives such as the Tobacco Trail, Silverspur Trail and Dumaresq River Road allow visitors to explore the area's natural beauty.