Talgai Homestead

Address: Dalrymple Creek Road, Warwick, Queensland, 4362, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Dalrymple Creek Road, Warwick.
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      Travel Blogs from Warwick

      More Mad Animals

      A travel blog entry by ianandsusan on Dec 20, 2014

      6 comments, 10 photos

      ... At least he didn't wake us for midnight snacks. The chooks were funny they used to had a go at Pepe and see him off if he got too close he was quite scared of them.

      Note; to anyone thinking of a holiday in Gladstone 5 weeks is FAR TOO LONG there is sod all to do there, nice little town but not exactly a tourist hub.

      Moved on down via Awonga Dam and Calliope (pronounced Ka-lie-o- pay as Queenslanders are quick to point ...

      Caravan Maintenance

      A travel blog entry by badger2 on Oct 22, 2014

      5 photos



      Today I complete some modifications and minor repairs on
      my Caravan. I changed the external awning lights to Led strip lights, I am very
      happy with the results they are very bright. I also installed a 4 point 240
      volt power board above the dining table and a 4 point 12 volt power socket as
      well. I also had to repair the cupboard door lock to the washing machine
      cabinet as it had jammed.

      ...

      Cicada overload

      A travel blog entry by mcds4 on Jan 03, 2014

      7 photos

      ... in the shade of the she-oaks.

      Our stay at Goomburra was very enjoyable but exhausting in an equal measure. We'd hit the area at the same time as the cicadas did. Relentless, deafening and just a little bit creepy (the crunching underfoot as you walked around) are just some words to describe the experience.

      * Araucaria is the botanic name for the beautiful hoop pine trees of the area. They are so majestic and the younger trees have interesting golden curly bark.
      ...

      Day 27: Goondiwindi to Warwick

      A travel blog entry by ajjj on Jul 18, 2013

      8 photos

      ... Brisbane to unpack and wash down the car and camper before Nick flies out again for the weekend. We take a drive out to Leslie Dam and take in the view and check out the dog friendly camp grounds for future use, but its not that close to the water. In Warwick we take a tour of the Rodeo Heritage Centre and walk the Main Street taking in all the old heritage buildings. This month in Warwick is Jumpers and Jazz in July and all the trees and ...

      A Scene From Cocoon!!!!

      A travel blog entry by tophouse on Sep 06, 2012

      1 comment, 13 photos

      Had the most awesome experience this morning, we went to the Moree Artesian Pools and it was amazing. They reportedly have healing qualities, we just found it so relaxing. There were 4 pools, all with different degrees of warmth. Naturally we stayed pretty put in the warmest one, but there was also a fantastic children's area where Beth just had a ball. It's pretty funny to see, there are soooo many oldies just sitting around in the pool, trying to locate the fountain of ...