Head down to the Granite Belt Maze and lose yourself in a world of possibilities.
Head down to the Granite Belt Maze and lose yourself in a world of possibilities.

10 things to do this weekend

Going batty for cricket

THIRTY teams will converge on Warwick for the annual Supa IGA Australia Day Weekend cricket carnival starting tomorrow. As Australia Day is not part of a long weekend this year, the carnival has been moved forward to this weekend.

When: Tomorrow and Sunday from 8.30am.

Where: Seven grounds in Warwick and grounds at Wheatvale, Allora and Maryvale.

Cost: Free to watch.

 

Golf try-outs

BUDDING junior golfers, seven years and over, have the opportunity on Sunday morning to show their form under Warwick professional Rob McConnell.

When: Sunday from 9am to 11am.

Where: Warwick Golf Club.

Cost: Free for Sunday.

 

Gemstone fun

LOOKING for a new hobby?

You are invited to come along to an open day and see the members of the Warwick & District Lapidary Club working at their hobby of cutting and polishing gemstones, faceting and making up jewellery from silver. You will also be able to view some of the finished work.

Where: Lapidary Club house Horsman Rd.

When: Tomorrow from 9am to 3pm

Cost: Free

 

Law Dogs Demo

WATCH the experienced handlers train dogs at the Law Dogs Australia Demos.

Be captivated as you see the dogs training for future arrest scenarios, controlling suspects, finding hidden scent, working around agility equipment, developing their bite skills, and barking on command.

Where: 335 Church Rd, The Summit

When: Tomorrow at 11am or 2pm

Cost: Adults $10 Children $5

 

See the future

GET spiritual at the Australian Psychic Expo at the Toowoomba City Golf Club this weekend.

Konnie's Psychics are back again to answer your questions.

Contact Konnie on 0409 499 782 for booking readings and information.

Where: Toowoomba City Golf Club.

When: Tomorrow and Sunday 9am to 7pm

Cost: Entry is free

 

Enjoy K-town in tandem

QUEEN Mary Falls is flowing well at the moment so get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful Killarney area.

Grab a milkshake at the Queen Mary Falls Kiosk, go for a tandem bike ride in Killarney (rent tandems from Killarney View Caravan Park), or take the family for an Aussie Pub lunch at the Killarney Hotel.

Where: Killarney

When: Whenever you please

Cost: Varying costs depending on activities

 

Rodeo Heritage Centre

EXPLORE Rodeo Heritage Centre on Saturday. Dedicated to the spirit of rodeo and the cowboy.

A place to follow the history and relive the glory of the Australian Professional Rodeo Association's greatest champions and rodeo history.

The only one of its type in Australia!

Where: 4 Alice St, Warwick

When: Tomorrow between 10am and 3pm

Cost: Adult $10;

Children free.

 

Cunningham Campdraft

WATCH the cowboys crack their whips at the Cunningham Campdraft.

Where: Bony Mountain Recreation Reserve.

When: Tomorrow and Sunday from 5am

Cost: Free entry

 

Markets in the mountains

HEAD to the southern region and visit Stanthorpe's Market in the Mountains.

Get your hands on some treasures and let you taste buds rejoice as you try some divine foods.

Where: Civic Centre

When: Sunday 8am to noon

Cost: As per purchase

 

Get lost in Granite Belt Maze

LOSE yourself in a world of possibilities at the Granite Belt maze.

It is exciting for the kids, but Mum and Dad will get a laugh out of it too!

Where: 364 Old Warwick Rd, Glen Niven

When: 9.30am to 4.30pm

Cost: From $12 to $15.

Tiny Tots free.


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