Are you planning a holiday or wanting to find things to do in Dalby? Well, you have come to the right place!
Dalby is a picturesque, rural haven, situated in the black soil plains of the Western Downs Region. Situated just over 80 kilometres away from Toowoomba and 200 kilometres from Brisbane via the Warrego Highway, Dalby is the perfect stop on your next outback journey west. The thriving town’s main industries include wheat, sorghum, cotton, sheep, pig and cattle farming.
But don’t worry, you won’t need to do any work on your leisurely visit! Head down to Thomas Jack Park or Myall Creek to stretch your legs and marvel in all that this beautiful town has to offer. Or explore the Bunya Mountains National Park and historic Jimbour House just a short drive away!
Check out the history and culture on display at the Pioneer Park Museum and War Memorial or follow the Heritage Trail which takes you past 19th Century buildings and one of the oldest pubs in the Western Downs Region. If you are visiting at the start of the year, don’t miss out on Dalby Cotton Week in March, with a massive festival running for over 10 days!
With so many incredible attractions to see and many things to do in Dalby, it’s well worth stopping at this great country town on your next outback holiday!
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Dalby War Memorial
The Dalby War Memorial honours those who served in World War One, World War Two, and the Korean War and were killed in action.