Goondiwindi is still a good old country town. Although it is considered to be located in the outback of Australia, we at VroomVroomVroom can still assist in booking an affordable car hire there. We compare deals from major brands including Hertz and Thrifty.
Goondiwindi is renowned for being a hospitable town, filled with joyful and friendly people. Its location made Goondiwindi the perfect destination for the ones who are passionate about fishing and for those who love bird watching.
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The temperature in Goondiwindi is extreme that's why it is best to visit during the autumn and spring seasons. The peak season here is in May, July and August so make sure to book a rental car and hotel in advance to avail of the best rates. If you want to escape the tourist crowd, visit in December.
Goondiwindi is a small town located in the Queensland region of Australia, a 220 km car drive from Brisbane. Goondiwindi is a place where you will enjoy a nice traditional vacation and it is located on the MacIntyre River, so it offers great sights.
The Gunsynd Statue and Museum honors Goondiwindi Grey, an amazing race horse which competed in the 60s and 70s. The horse not only competed, but it also won no less that 29 races. Visit the statue and museum that are located in the town center, near the War Memorial Park Monument.
The Customs House Museum is the best place to get a taste of Goondiwindi's history. This impressive building was restored and turned into a museum and it is surrounded by a great cottage garden house. Those who want to learn more about the Australian culture will surely appreciate this place.
The Boobera Lagoon spans 7 kilometres and it is located only 20 kilometres west of Goondiwindi. If you are in Goondiwindi, you should not miss the chance of seeing the lagoon because it is a true Australian heritage. Since this place has a great cultural significance, water sports are prohibited but you can still enjoy a wonderful day with your family, admiring the great diversity of aquatic and bird species.
The Bendidee National Park is considered a natural heritage, a huge place spanning 250 hectares. This is why it is also known as the Natural Heritage Water Park. Unlike the previously mentioned lagoon, you can enjoy several aquatic sports, including waterskiing, boating, canoeing and wakeboarding here. Swimming is also allowed here, and there are even picnic areas specially arranged for you. Moreover, besides the multitude of animal and bird species, you can also see here the highly endangered Bull oak jewel butterfly.