WARWICK VINES MOTEL

PHONE 07 4661 1810

  The Warwick Vines Motel is situated approximately 1.5 klm from down town Warwick and is in close        walking distance of several restaurants and shops. The accommodation  itself is situated in Wood street ,however the reception for the motel is just off Wantley Street. The motel overs free wifi and free parking,with friendly service. The range of accommodation is amazing. The type of rooms include standard Queen rooms, up to Large Family Rooms with twin Rooms , Deluxe Rooms and Small Family Rooms being available

The accommodation units are made out of double brick which assists soundproofing in all the rooms, with the Wood street rooms being lower than the roadway itself .This also assists with little or no noise from the road.

A 5 minute walk gets you to The Malthouse Restaurant and Rubert's Restaurant. The Condamine medical centre is approximately 300 metre's from the Motel The Condamine Club and RSL Club are about a 12 minute walk.
 
Built in the 60’s the building was originally named "Ikes’s Motel". Owned by Ike, the shop was situated on the corner of Wantley and Wood Streets Warwick, displaying a large ice cream cone advertising Tip Top ice cream, often recalled by visiting guests today. In 2003 the building changed ownership, was refurbished and became “The Golden Harvest Motel.”
Based on past history of the region the motel was renamed “Warwick Vines Motel” by new Management, in July 2016.
Situated only a short distance from the prominent wine growing region of Stanthorpe, where first vines were planted at Ballandean in 1930. Warwick Vines Motel owes it’s name to the history of the first vineyard planted 10 kms northwest of Warwick in the Sandy Creek, Toolburra area.
Early settlers, German Immigrants Jacob and Elisabetha Kircher were among the first in the district to establish commercial wine production on a substantial scale. The first 1000 vines being planted in 1864. the Vineyard at Sandy Creek was proudly named after the then celebrated Assmanshausen wine producing district on the Rhine in Germany. By 1876 Assmanshausen was the principal vineyard in the Warwick district producing white and red grapes.
In 1920 the famous Assmanshausen Vineyard was renamed, “Toolburra Vineyard” by new owner Henri Macquarie Serisier. The property was sustained until the onset of World War Two when the vineyard fell into decline and the winery ceased production in the early 1940’s.
The Assmanshausen Winery residence can be seen today on Serisier Road,Tolburra.
The residence was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 6th January 1999

.“Assmanshausen.”Wikipedia.” Wikipedia.org. n.p. Web. 7 November 201

  Since 2016 the rooms have been updated to include new curtains, bedding, fencing and split-airconditoners. Truck Parking is available directly across the road from the Warwick Vines Motel.

It is only a six minute drive to Morgan Park raceway from the motel,from where the motel accommodate a lot of drivers officials and spectators. Apart from  Morgan park there is of course the famous Jumpers and Jazz Festival held the last two weeks of July and the Warwick Rodeo held in October. The surrounding district from the motel offers visitors a fabulous range of sight seeing places to enjoy including Queen Mary Falls, Leslie Dam, Historic Buildings and much more. For the Golf fans there is the Warwick Golf Club as well as Bowls and football clubs.

The Warwick township includes the larger shopping centres such as Coles, Woolworths ,BigW, Bunnings and has a multitude of smaller shops with some  well known brands. The usual takeaways are all provided including McDonalds, Kentucky Fried chicken Pizza Hutt etc.