13 things to do in Warwick this weekend!

Once again, there’s a mountain of things to do around the region this weekend. Get out there and make the most of it!

St Mark’s heritage comes to life in Mayday fun

MAYDAY FUN: St Mark's Anglican Church Reverend Rod Winterton is encouraging people to come along to the St Mark’s Heritage Open Days this weekend.

Songs, dance and stalls at church open days

The horror is coming to Warwick

Jeffry Clark from Video Ezy and his family organised the Warwick Night of Horrors. Photo Contributed

Friday the 13th is coming...

Killarney to hold first Picnic Basket Day

Melrose Station garden looking down from the dam wall which saw in excess of 2000 visitors last weekend. Photo: John Towells / Warwick Daily News

Iconic Melrose Station opens gates to picnickers in May

11 things on in Warwick this weekend

CEMETERY GATES: Take a guided cemetery walk.

Heaps on again this weekend

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Jumpers and Jazz In July Festival

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Abbey of the Roses - Christmas in July

castle like heritage venue

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Drought Angels Fundraiser

Fundraiser for Chinchilla Family Support Centre Drought Angels Program.

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Winter Harvest Festival

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Snowflakes in Stanthorpe

An example of one of many snowmen that can be made at Snowflakes in Stanthorpe

Snowflakes in Stanthorpe is a snow-based winter festival designed to give the...

CQ beaches named among the best in the state for weddings

THE secret slices of paradise nestled in the central Queensland region have been named among the best locations for a beach wedding.

First ship-load of Pacific Aria passengers visit Fraser

On a cruise several years in the making, the first ship-load of Pacific Aria passengers has toured World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.

Readers react to Pacific Aria's visit to Fraser Island

AirAsia X arrival in Auckland a boost for Gold Coast

AirAsia X A330-300 lands at Auckland International Airport.

TOUCH down will boost Gold Coast capacity

LISTEN: GKI casino deals yet to be done with Tower Holdings

GKI FUTURE: The future of the GKI development project is uncertain after Keppel MP Brittany Lauga said Tower were looking at alternative options that may not include a casino but Tower dismissed those claims saying a casino was essential.

Lauga tabled letters from casino operators Crown and Echo

Rival aquarium in Brisbane won't hurt Underwater World: Trad

EDUCATIONAL ADVENTURES: All the littlies enjoy the new Octonauts zone at Sea Life Mooloolaba.

Proposal: $100m to redevelop Maritime Museum into tourist attraction

Cut taxes, boost promo funding, tourism urges Govt

CONCERNS: Tourists might opt to travel elsewhere if the proposed ‘backpacker tax’ goes ahead.

Tourism lobby joins groups calling on govt to dump backpacker tax

Fans get behind scenes look at favourite show

Palmwoods resident Colleen Lister and her children Keely Lister, 10 and Eli Lister, 14, check out the Today show live broadcast at Mooloolaba.

Today show stars fly in to big welcome for Mooloolaba show

IN DEEP: Education crucial to protect sharks

LUCKY ENCOUNTER: A scuba diver gets up close with a whale shark.

Tourists in their thousands flock to swim with whale sharks

WATCH: The Gladstone brothers behind the electric reel

Darren Jeacocke putting the electric reel invention to good use. Photo: Cory Jeacocke.

These Gladstone brothers don't let anything get in their way.

Bass and estuary perch spawning season kicks into gear

The bass spawning season is starting.

Fisheries officers will be on patrol to make sure anglers comply