If you’re travelling to Warwick to witness the fast-paced action of polocrosse, there is a long list of things to see and do around Warwick and the beautiful Southern Downs of Queensland.

Warwick is a comfortable two hour drive south-west of Brisbane (160km) in the fertile farmlands of the Darling Downs. The town is strategically located at the junction of major highways leading from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

The Warwick district boasts some of Queensland’s finest historical sandstone buildings – they stand today as a reminder of the areas pioneering past.

Known as the ‘Rose & Rodeo City’ – Warwick is home to the famous Warwick Rodeo and the Gold Cup and Canning Dows Campdrafts and is showcase to magnificent rose gardens.

Situated on the doorstep of Queensland’s premier wine region Warwick has excellent shopping facilities – has an indoor recreation and aquatic centre featuring heated pools and gym as well as many other attractions.

Warwick has a great range of accommodation from well equipped motels and self-contained accommodation to country resorts, B&Bs, hotels and caravan parks. No matter what you are after Warwick has a style of accommodation to suit you and your budget.

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Spectator and Competitor Policies

Glass:

No glass outside of camps at polocrosse events. A Morgan Park, no glass on top side of road through the camp area

Dogs: 

No dogs at polocrosse events. If you bring a dog on to a polocrosse ground must have a registration certificate stating that the dog is a companion animal and a medical certificate stating that they require said companion animal. These are to be produced to the Club Secretary. For more information click here.