Inside the Pringle Cottage kitchen.
Inside the Pringle Cottage kitchen. Kirstin Payne

Special weekend sure to be a history buff’s delight

HISTORIC attractions in Warwick and surrounds will take part in the district's first Historical Weekend.

The weekend, organised by Warwick Tourism and Events, coincides with Australian Heritage Week 2014.

All of the Southern Downs' most famous attractions will take part in the event over the weekend of April 12-13.

These include old favourites like Pringle Cottage, Glengallan Homestead and the Australian Rodeo and Heritage Centre.

Locals and visitors alike will be given the opportunity to see the mechanics and workings of yesteryear at the Allora and District Historical Society Display Day.

Even the Southern Downs Steam Railway will be holding an open day.

The packed weekend comes with brand new extras like the heritage and historic building guided walk through the Warwick CBD for a visual history lesson.

HERITAGE WEEKEND

WHEN: April 12-13.

WHERE: Across the Southern Downs.

PRICE: Admission prices vary.

For more information contact the Warwick Visitor Information Centre on 07 4661 9073.



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