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Things To Do
How to get to Lockyer Valley
70km, 60 minute drive from Brisbane CBD
Nestled at the foot of the Great Dividing Range, the Lockyer Valley is the perfect place for a relaxing weekend to unwind and enjoy interesting places, clean open spaces and a variety of activities. It’s a region rich with a laid-back atmosphere and stunning valley views with the perfect mix of town and country living. Explore markets, galleries and restaurants, plus hot air ballooning, skydiving, bird watching and stunning national parks.
Experience country living just an hour's drive from Brisbane – the Lockyer Valley is a region rich with relaxing experiences and ways to enjoy the local lifestyle.
The Lockyer Valley region supplies produce all over the country. Nicknamed Australia’s "salad bowl", taste the fruits of the land first-hand at these restaurants, cafes and pubs.
Take a weekend trip to the Lockyer Valley and stay in a luxury bed and breakfast, traditional country cottage or brave the elements while camping to rest and refresh.
The Lockyer Valley’s award-winning produce is sent to markets in all major Australian cities. Hunt down produce and products direct from the farmer or at local shops.
Take home country preserves, fresh veg, local honey and more from one of the many local farmers’ markets in the Lockyer Valley region.
Roadside stalls let you purchase what’s in season direct from the farmer. Throughout the Lockyer Valley there are five official produce stalls you can track down.
Preston Peak Wines is a boutique, family owned winery located just 10 minutes south of Toowoomba, South East Queensland. Established in 1995 their winery produces
All aboard the historic Cobb & Co Tourist Drive!
This is a celebration to recognise community members who contribute to the great Lockyer Valley way of life. Australian Citizenship Ceremony.
Bring the family down to Laidley Pioneer Village and Museum on Australia Day and celebrate all things Aussie. From food to activities and children's games.
The Gatton and District Historical Society will host a variety of Australia Day celebrations including vintage car display, some great Aussie music, jumping castle,
Getaway weekend of live music and dancing , four bands plus a Extravaganza Rock The Ages Show with 80’s theme party ,with up to three
Each year close to 600 prime movers travel along the Warrego Highway to Gatton as part of the Lights on the Hill Memorial Convoy.