What's on over the Easter weekend

Polocrosse play in the foothills

THERE will be polocrosse in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range at Killarney on Saturday and Sunday.

The Gold Coast club will hold its carnival at Killarney.

Where: Killarney Polocrosse Grounds

When: Saturday and Sunday

Cost: $25 for weekend, children free

Easter fun at weekly parkrun social event

IT takes more than a long weekend to stop the walkers, joggers and runners from going on a 5km journey around the Condamine River this Saturday at parkrun.

There will be face painting, egg and spoon races and plenty of fun to be had.

Where: Queens Park, start below rugby headquarters.

When: Saturday, 7am sharp

Cost: Same as every week, free

Easter Sunday social tennis for the family

YOU do not have to be the next Rafael Nadal or Maria Sharapova.

All you need is a racquet and you can join in the fun at the Allora Tennis Club on Sunday afternoon.

Spare tennis racquets will be on hand for visitors. Please bring your own refreshments.

Phone 4666 2260 for more information.

Where: Allora Tennis Club, cnr Darling and William Sts, Allora.

When: From 2.30pm, Sunday

Cost: $3 per player

Relax with the charity markets

THERE will be plenty of unique gifts and quirky items for sale at the Warwick Charity Markets on Sunday.

So pop along to the Town Hall car park from 8am to noon.

For more information phone 0404 993 507.

Where: Town Hall carpark

When: Sunday, 8am to noon

Cost: Price of items

Geocaching action in Stanthorpe

GATES will open today in Stanthorpe for the oversized treasure hunt, which will run through to Easter Monday, April 6 - the Queensland Geocaching Mega Event.

To find out more, visit http://www.geocaching.com.

Where: 6-8 High St, Stanthorpe

When: From 9am each day, today until Monday

Cost: Children $35, adults $65, family $100

Local artists show off their work

SOME of the most talented artists on the Southern Downs will have their work on display in the Warwick Art Gallery for the Southern Downs Regional Artists Exhibition, which begins today. The event will feature artworks in a range of mediums including painting, drawing, photography, textile art and sculpture.

For more information about the exhibition, visit http://www.warwickartgallery.com.au

Where: Warwick Art Gallery - 49 Albion St, Warwick.

When: Today until Saturday May 3. Opening hours vary.

Cost: Free entry to the gallery.

Take a trip to the beautiful falls

A WEEKEND option can always be a trip to Queen Mary Falls and a move back to nature with a walk and a few minutes at one of the lookouts.

There are smaller falls on the way, including Browns Falls.

Drive through Killarney towards the NSW border and follow the signs.

Where: Queen Mary Falls

When: All weekend

Cost: Free

Take a weekend dip in your local pool

THE Warwick Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Centre, Killarney and Allora are open for all swimmers and those just wanting a bit of water fun.

Where: WIRAC, Palmerin St, Warwick; Allora pool, Warwick and Raff streets; Killarney pool, Willow St.

When: Pool hours vary, check with your local pool

Morning tea at the Abbey of the Roses

ENJOY a high tea Sunday lunch in the grounds of the historic Abbey of the Roses this weekend.

Attendees can also take a stroll of the picturesque gardens once they have finished.

Where: Abbey of the Roses, corner of Locke and Dragon Sts, Warwick.

When: Sunday, from 12.30pm to 2pm. Bookings essential (no door sales) by phoning 4661 9777.

Cost: $45 per person



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