10 fun things to do around Warwick this weekend
WHETHER you're into sport, love to have a sing or would rather learn something about the history in our region, there's something on for you this weekend.
Check out this handy list of what's happening around town to keep you and the family entertained.
1. Redbacks at home
THE Warwick Redbacks AFC are coming off a huge win and looking to continue their winning streak.
They'll be playing the Chinchilla Suns this week on their home turf.
WHEN: Tomorrow, 2.30pm
WHERE: Warwick Credit Union Oval, Jackie Howe Dve
2. Catch the Cowboys
A FULL line-up of rugby league games will take place at Father Ranger Oval on Sunday.
Starting with C grade at 10.10am, then under-18s at 11.30am, reserve grade at 1pm and A grade at 2.30pm.
All teams are playing the Toowoomba Brothers.
WHEN: Sunday from 10.10am
WHERE: Father Ranger Oval, Alice St
3. Wolves take on Gatton
WATCH the Warwick Wolves Football Association will go head-to-head with the Gatton Redbacks this weekend in Warwick.
A great Saturday night out for the family.
WHEN: Tomorrow, 6pm
WHERE: Queens Park, off Alice St
4. Karaoke night
IT'S that time of the month again, warm up those vocal chords and prepare your playlist because the RSL has you covered this Saturday night with Karaoke night.
Prepare a solo or dust off an old routine with your best mates. All are welcome to go on stage and sing their hearts out.
WHERE: Warwick RSL Memorial Club, corner of King and Albion Sts
3. Creative masterpiece
JUMPERS and Jazz might be over but it's not too late to see the Yarntopians' incredible crochet installation Home Sweet Home.
It's a colourful crocheted creation, comprising of a yarnbombed cubby house complete with a mailbox, flamingos and pom-pom meadow.
While you're there, check out the Galaxy Morphed and Jumperhead exhibitions.
WHEN: Today and tomorrow 10am-4pm
WHERE: 49 Albion St
4. Go fishing
GRAB a permit from the post office or from Tackle and Tusk in Wood St and hit the water at Leslie or Connolly dams.
There is still plenty of water and plenty of fish, so there's no doubt you can have a bit a fun and snag a few eaters.
If you'd prefer to stay a little closer to home, grab a lawn chair and head down to the Condamine River.
Throw a line in and see if you can jag a Murray cod - you wouldn't be the first.
WHEN: All weekend
WHERE: Connolly Dam, Leslie Dam and rivers and creeks across the Southern Downs
COST: Cost of your permit and bait
5. Take a walk
IF YOU haven't explored the Killarney falls, then now is the time to do it.
The weather is a little cooler, the scenery is spectacular and the series of cascades never disappoints.
Try the Queen Mary Falls walk. Head down the track to the bottom and wind your way up to the viewing platform and a stunning view of the falls.
WHEN: All weekend
WHERE: Follow the signs from Killarney
6. Go see a movie
THERE'S nothing quite like catching a movie on the big screen.
Popcorn, slushies and the seat-shuddering sounds and special effects.
WHEN: Check session times at warwickmovies.com
WHERE: Warwick Twin Cinemas, 81 Grafton St
COST: $11.50 for adults, $9.50 for concession and $8.50 for children
7. Farm to fridge
FRESH produce straight from the farm is what you'll find at the Warwick Farmers Market tomorrow.
The markets see hundreds of faces every week so be sure to get in early to get the best buys of the day.
When: Tomorrow until noon
Where: Lyons St
Cost: Free entry
8. Run in the park
THE weekly 5km parkrun is on once again at Queens Park tomorrow morning so why not get your blood pumping?
The timed race starts at the Warwick Water Rats Rugby Union Clubhouse before doing two laps of the Condamine River.
Participants can run, walk, push a pram even bring their dog and go along at their own pace.
When: Tomorrow from 7am, assemble 10 minutes early
Where: Queens Park
Cost: Free, print off bar code from parkrun website for recording purposes
9. Historical landmark
TAKE the time to drop into the Glengallan Homestead's historical grounds this weekend.
Let the landmark building inspire you with its innovative restoration which allows Glengallan to tell its own story of boom, gloom and return from ruin.
When: Open today until Sunday, 10am-4pm
Where: Glengallan Homestead, 18515 New England Hwy
Cost: $10 entry
10. Visit the Warwick Museum
PHOTOGRAPHS, personal items and unique machinery are some of the items representing more than 130 years of family life in the Warwick district at the Pringle Cottage museum. Explore the variety of buildings.
When: Friday 10am-3pm, Saturday and Sunday 12pm-3pm
Where: 79 Dragon Street, Warwick
Cost: $7 entry