The Warwick Rodeo was immortalized in song by Australian country music
legend Buddy Williams in the early 1940s but well before then, Warwick had a tradition of horsemanship and great riders to match the city’s sandstone buildings, fine churches, rose gardens and wide, tree-lined streets.
The Warwick Rodeo is held on the last full weekend of October every year, the nation’s top rodeo riders and the best broncs and bucking bulls gather for the Warwick Rodeo – known far and wide as “Australia’s Most Famous”.
Come along and see amazing skills and some spectacular Bronc Riding, Rope & Tie and Barrel Racing.
The riders and the bucking stock come together to try and prove the old saying wrong – “never the horse that couldn’t be rode, never the rider that couldn’t be throwed”.
Today, Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup Campdraft attracts crowds in excess of 30,000 people with competitors and horses travelling from every mainland state to compete.
Find out more about this historical event – visit the website
and plan to take a trip to Warwick to see this great Aussie Rodeo.