Step back in time with this easy walk around Warwick’s CBD to view some of its majestic heritage buildings.

Warwick boasts a rich diversity of architectural styles, from quaint workers’ cottages built of sandstone, to large, rambling “Queenslander” style homes. The grand public buildings and churches are predominantly built of sandstone, most of which was quarried locally.

In this walk you’ll visit the Warwick Police Station, Warwick Town Hall and St Mary’s Catholic Church.

Route Details:

Itinerary Route: One way

Mode of Travel: Walk

Contact Details

Location

72 Palmerin Street
Town Hall
Warwick QLD
4370

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Journey distance

.8kms

Journey duration

.16 hours

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