REVVED UP: Jason Clements will be performing demonstration laps in Al Unser Jr's famous 1986 Dominos Indy car.
REVVED UP: Jason Clements will be performing demonstration laps in Al Unser Jr's famous 1986 Dominos Indy car. Patrick Gorbunovs

GETTING OUT: What's on this weekend in Warwick

Warwick 1000

THE Warwick 1000, round 3 of the CAMS State Championship, will be driving into Morgan Park today, bringing with it spectators from all over Queensland and New South Wales.

Nine different categories of cars will battle it out to be the 2019 Queensland State Champion, with over 30 races across the weekend, including driver Jason Clements who will be performing demonstration laps in Al Unser Jr's famous 1986 Domino's Indy car that has 800-plus horsepower and weighs only 700kg.

WHEN:9am today and runs until 5pm on Sunday

WHERE: Morgan Park, Old Stanthorpe Rd

COST: Adult day passes are $10 for Saturday, $15 for Sunday,or $20 for a weekend pass for only $20. Admission is free for children.

Westpac bushfire

PITCH in for a good cause at the Warwick Golf Club's bushfire day.

With multiple prizes to be won, drinks and a sausage sizzle, and all proceeds going to the Granite Belt fire victims through the CWA, there's no reason not to pop on down.

Bookings are essential.

For more information, contact 4661 3664.

WHEN: Sunday from 10am-noon

WHERE: Warwick Golf Club

COST: $20 for club and non-members

Science magic show

JUST in time for school holidays, Rose City Shoppingworld has a magical science show that will delight and excite.

With Magic Glen and his hat of tricks, the show is sure to be magical for kids of all ages.

WHEN: Today, at 11am

WHERE: Rose City Shoppingworld, near Woolworths

COST: Free

Dragons workshop

A HOLIDAY workshop to let kids let their minds wander.

This hidden world holiday workshop hopes to get kids to play with free-form art and art that lets them lose themselves and keep moving forward with more intention.

The workshop is suitable for kids aged 4 and over, but those aged under 6 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Bring your own water bottle and a piece of fruit for morning tea.

Everything you need for a fabulous time full of creativity will be provided by Studio Style Inside Out.

A maximum of six children per class.

WHEN: Today, 9-11am

WHERE: Studio Style Inside Out, 13 Clarke St

COST: $25

Easy listening

IF YOU are looking for great food, cold drinks and easy listening dinner music, come on down to The Malt House tonight.

This weekend's smooth tunes are courtesy of Music With Mal, a Southern Downs based musician who loves toe-tapping, knee-slapping music fit for young and old.

WHEN: Tonight, 7-10pm

WHERE: The Malt House, 42 Wood St

COST: Free

Bird watching

A BIRD watching group for beginners to the cognoscenti.

Come along to learn the basics, fine tune your skills or simply join a group of like-minded people.

No matter your skill level you are welcome.

WHEN: Today, 7-8am

WHERE: Queens Park

COST: Free

Take a riverwalk

WARWICK Parkrun is held each Saturday on both sides of the Condamine River through Queens Park and St Mark's Oval.

It is two laps of a 2.5km course and is open to runners, walkers or supporters leading a dog.

The starting point is below the rugby union field.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 7am start

WHERE: Starting below rugby oval at Queens Park

COST: Free, just bring a barcode from

AFL finals party

IT'S Richmond against Greater Western Sydney for the win.

Come and watch the grand final at your local in the centre of town.

Free bar snacks at half time. Promo women will be giving away lots of goodies and special bar promotions will be on during the game.

TAB, self service and tickets are there for those that want to support their team

WHEN: Tomorrow, 2.30-5.30pm

WHERE: Criterion Hotel, 84 Palmerin St

COST: Free

Archery carnival

IT'S time to get your bows ready for a weekend of archery fun at the return of Stegby's famous Northern Reaches Archery Carnival - an archery carnival like never before.

Enjoy some old time favourites, as well as new games and competitions you have never seen before.

The site will be open for campers on the Friday for non grab set-up, with lunch and dinner available on Saturday and breakfast and lunch available on the Sunday.

For those who are arriving on the Friday for camping, catering can be arranged at the time of booking.

For more information, contact Thorsteinn Bjornsson on bookings@

WHEN: Tomorrow, 10-4pm

WHERE: King Rd, Wildash

COST: full day cost is $15-25 for members, $10-20 for youth aged 15-17, $8-$14 for youth aged 14 and under, and free for children under five

Dirt bike club day

IF YOU'VE always wanted to try your hand at dirt-bike riding, now is your chance at the September club day event.

WHEN: Sunday, all day

WHERE: Morgan Park, Old Stanthorpe Rd

COST: Free for spectators

Karaoke night

SING the blues away at the Criterion Hotel's karaoke night.

Always a great fun night and a change to sing to your favourite classic and hits.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 8.30pm-midnight

WHERE: Criterion Hotel, 84 Palmerin St

COST: Free

Bingo night

IT'S time to get your marker ready for the Criterion Hotel's bingo night.

With the chance to play for 15 games of bingo, or the option to play per jackpot, there's no reason not to try your luck.

Great cash prizes and giveaways to be won.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 2-4.30pm

WHERE: Criterion Hotel, 84 Palmerin St

COST: $20 or $2 for buy-in