While in town take a trip to the Heritage Water and Ski Park or visit the unique Native Botanical Gardens of the Western Woodlands, a haven for bird watchers with picnic areas and children’s playground. Visit the Gundsynd Museum or the Customs House, Goondiwindi Cotton, the Goondiwindi Art Gallery, or enjoy the river walk beside the Macintyre River. Play golf, fish, watch a movie at the cinema, or just relax.
Within a radius of 50 kilometres enjoy the beauty of Toobeah which is famous for its equestrian events and rodeo – held each year in July. Talwood, with its picturesque tree-lined streets, belies the true meaning of a country town.
The Weengallon Aboriginal Rock Wells, beside the Barwon Highway between Goondiwindi and St George, form part of a trail of Aboriginal rock wells extending to northern Queensland. Known in the local Aboriginal language as ‘Ngaru-gi Gali’ (to drink), there are six wells at the Weengallon site some of which are up to three metres deep, and are a must-see while you are passing through.