The Goondiwindi Region is full of surprises. From colourful installations and insightful urban design to the private collection of local artists and residents, join us for an entertaining afternoon as we discover the inspiration behind some of the town’s most loved creative works and take in local highlights along the way.
With friendly locals leading the way and the comfort of an air-conditioned bus, the Art and Sculpture Trail is a great way to see the town and enjoy regional Australia at its best.
Nungwai‘ (a private property featuring award-winning sculptural works), The Boat Ramp, Bowen Lane, Civic Centre Art Gallery and the Border Heritage Precinct (including The Old Bridge, Gunsynd Memorial and Australian Water Tank Art) are all included in this tour.
Sitting right in the central hub of Goondiwindi is The Victoria Hotel. The original building was a single-story wooden structure with a tin roof. Hitching posts and horse troughs flanked the intersecting dirt tracks that are today’s Marshall and Herbert Streets. A lot has changed since then, however, we maintain the good old-fashioned hospitality we’ve been known for, for decades.
Whether you’re stopping in for a meal, catching up for a drink, watching the game with mates, celebrating a function or booking in for a night, there’s something for everyone at The Victoria Hotel.
Learn more about the Southern Queensland Country region here.