Warwick is a town and territory in southeast Queensland, Australia, Settled more than 150 years prior, the town is rich in "Legacy and Historic Building Trails" including ious all around safeguarded places of worship, bungalows, railroad stations, schools and landmarks – each with its own account of old.
A standout amongst the most intriguing stories is that of Thomas Byrnes whose forcing statue remains in the primary road – the skilled child of poor Irish migrants, he rose to be Queensland Premier in 1898 and after only five months in office, deplorably passed on of pneumonia.
Two must-see attractions along the trail are the Warwick and District Historical Museum – the best place around the local area to find life as it was from the 1890s to the 1950s, and Abbey of the Roses – once Our Lady of Assumption Convent, worked for the Sisters of Mercy.
For right around 100 years it framed the "heart" of the broad Catholic people group in Warwick; in its new life it is a prominent boutique visitor house and capacity focus.
Currency: Dollars - AUD Pincode of Warwick: 4370 Language : English Weather: Summer 7°C to 10°C Winter 23°C to 30°C