The Goondiwindi Region is located on the Western Downs border of Queensland and New South Wales. Situated on the banks of the Macintyre River, the main town of Goondiwindi is a vibrant, attractive centre of retail trade and agriculture.
This Goondiwindi Visitor Information is designed to help you find helpful links while you are in the region.
Goondiwindi is great place to spend a few days as there is so much to do and see. Other towns within the region include Texas and Inglewood.
Goondiwindi accommodation guide
Goondiwindi motel accommodation offers a great blend of country hospitality with modern facilities including comfortable rooms and great food. The caravan parks are many and varied with an option to suit all travelers.
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Where to eat in Goondiwindi
From the historic Victoria Hotel with its Beer and Bulls**t Tours to the delightful home cooked treats at Laurenz Cafe, there is something for everyone.
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Goondiwindi Region Agriculture
The wider Goondiwindi area is an extensive agricultural and pastoral commercial region which produces cotton, grain, beef, wool, pork, poultry and lamb for markets both in Australia and overseas. There is a growing Organic farming industry emerging.
Don’t forget to check out some of the finished products at Goondiwindi Cotton, our own cotton clothes manufacturer.
Some world’s finest quality wool is produced in the Traprock Wool growing region, located in the east of the region.
Grain and other crops are grown locally with Goondiwindi being one of the largest producers of wheat in the State with one of the largest wheat depots in the Southern Hemisphere. Phone the Visitor’s Information Centre to book a tour of the Graincorp facilities in Goondiwindi.
Substantial quantities of oats, barley, sorghum, chickpeas and soybeans are also produced.
To experience a sale for yourself, contact the Visitor Information Centre in Goondiwindi.
The region is offering increasing diversity as a major olive and peanut producer, and is well suited to stone fruits, citrus, pecan nuts, herbs, a wide variety of vegetable crops, grapes and aqua culture.