Ultimate pub guide to the long weekend in Warwick
IT's time to pull out your best green and gold as Australia Day celebrations heat up across the Rose City.
Known for the Australia Day cricket carnival, Warwick will be buzzing as locals celebrate their wins and losses on the pitch, the Hottest 100 countdown and at the Great Australian Bites tomorrow.
Stockyard Tavern is already flying their paraphernalia, according to shift manager Natalie Hogden, who is hopeful that live entertainment will lure people through the door.
"We have a few events on over the weekend - we're having live, local entertainment on Saturday and Sunday night," Ms Hogden said.
"There will be games throughout the day on Sunday."
While many will mark the occasion with celebrations at home, local businesses are encouraging people to attend events at pubs around town.
"We're a freshly opened business, so it would be good to get people in here," she said.
"Hopefully it'll be a good weekend, getting locals in to suss out the place and see what we have."
It's a sentiment reflected by The Malt House manager Gabby Richmond, who is hopeful extended rooftop terrace hours will draw in partygoers.
"All businesses are suffering through the drought, so I think people should come and support them," Miss Richmond said.
Tried and tested for a good night out, the RSL is sure to keep spirits high.
Peter Vandersteen returns with his One Man Tribute Show, performing classics from The Beatles and The Eagles on Sunday.
If a relaxed drink is what you are looking for after a long day, head to the Stockyard Tavern's beer garden. DJ Neon Phoenix will get the party started from 7pm until late.
The Malt House
If you're looking for a place to finish your celebrations, why not head to The Malt House. Open until 2am tonight and tomorrow, DJ Wallace will be taking to the stand to keep the party alive.