Jarred Bradfield will play for the Warwick Cowboys against Brothers at Father Ranger Oval on Sunday.
Jarred Bradfield will play for the Warwick Cowboys against Brothers at Father Ranger Oval on Sunday. Gerard Walsh

10 things to do this weekend

Tee off for a cause

PETER Stewart Automotive is organising a charity golf day at the Warwick Golf Club on Sunday to help local sportsman Sinclair Byrne who is recovering from a car accident last year.

The event is a four ball ambrose and bookings can be made at the pro shop on 46613664. A timesheet applies.

When: Sunday.

Where: Warwick Golf Club.

Cost: Free for spectators, normal charge for players.

Cowboys in top clash

THE Warwick Cowboys face their toughest home challenge of the season in the rugby league clash with Brothers on Sunday.

The same two A-grade teams played in the past two TRL preliminary finals.

When: Sunday.

Where: Father Ranger Oval.

Cost: $6 Adults, $4 children/concession, free for under 14s.

AFL family fun day

THE Redbacks invite AFL players and supporters to a club family fun day at Slade Park tomorrow which will be followed by a barbecue.

The family fun day will be held from 12.30pm after a regular morning of Auskick and team photos.

When: Tomorrow from 12.30pm.

Where: Slade Park.

Cost: $10 for the barbecue for a family of four, $5 per couple.

Saturday rugby

THE Water Rats are at home to Rangers tomorrow at Risdon Oval in A-grade rugby union at 3pm.

When: Tomorrow, 3pm.

Where: Risdon Oval.

Cost: $6 adults, free for children.

Winter markets

GLENGALLAN Winter Markets are on this weekend.

There is plenty of parking available; to book a stall phone Terry Weier on 0401906064.

When: Sunday from 8am to 1pm.

Where: Glengallan Homestead.

Cost: Free to browse market stalls, homestead tour $10 adults, $4 children.

Charity markets

GRAB a bargain while helping a charity this weekend. To book a site call Virgil and Maggie on 45274195 or 0449859537.

When: Sunday, 8am-noon.

Where: Warwick Town Hall carpark.

Cost: Free entry.

Stroll about town

WHY not try out one of the five great walks of Warwick. Explore our beautiful and green surrounds. It's a great excuse to exercise with friends.

When: Anytime.

Where: The CBD walk, the railway walk, dairy walk, Weewondilla Hill walk and the river walk. Cost: Free.

See the sights

TAKE the family out in the car this weekend if it's not too wet and drive along the region's many tourist drives.

The Settler's Route takes you through Yangan, Killarney, Dagg's Falls, Queen Mary Falls and Carr's Lookout.

Take a picnic and make a day of it.

When: Anytime.

Where: Follow the tourist drive signs from Warwick.

Cost: Free.

Nine holes or 18?

THE Warwick Golf Club is open this weekend for a round of golf and a cold drink or two afterwards.

When: The pro shop is open from 7am to 5pm on weekends. Call 46613664 to book your nine or 18 holes.

Where: Warwick Golf Club, Hawker Road.

Cost: For social players, $15 for nine holes or $25 for 18 holes.

Catch a movie

IF the kids are looking for something to do this weekend, a latest release movie might just be the ticket to a great night or day out.

Robin Hood, Sex and the City 2, Avatar in 3D and Prince of Persia are currently showing.

When: See www.warwickmovies.com.au for times.

Where: Warwick Twin Cinema.

Admission: $9.50 adults, $5.50 children.



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