Welcome to Goondiwindi Web Business Portal. This site is design to promote the businesses of Goondwindi, provide information about the town and shopping to the local’s and tourist. Each business page has information on what products and video presentation of the business. Google Map for direction to the business and services the business offers. The site contains video tours of the town and with information of attractions to visit. Helpful web links to airline and train travel information, clubs and local history.
A contemporary and exciting place, Goondiwindi still retains the stylish straightforwardness of old fashioned country town. The tree-lined streets, well-kept gardens and the Macintyre River, whose loveliness is one of our greatest assets, are all worth seeing. The river frontage provides a unique and peaceful setting for one of Queensland’s fastest growing rural communities. Goondiwindi is a modern-day town with all the amenities you could want or need. It boasts a wide range of shopping, dining, accommodation and entertainment. More than 14,000 people reside in the town and surrounding region.
The Greater Goondiwindi Region, Across the rolling southern plain of Queensland’s Western Downs, a stunning collection of incredible and fascinating attractions await. The landscapes of region are forever changing as farmers work the fertile soils and crops ripen stretching as far as the eye can see in one of Australia’s largest wheat and cotton producing districts. Inland rivers, secluded lagoons and enormous dams present ideal settings for anglers and birdwatchers. Yellow Belly and Murray Cod are common, rewards for those who take pleasure in the quieter life along the shady banks. Down spacious tree-lined streets, welcoming country towns offer countless enticing experiences from retracing Australia’s exploration and pioneering history to the modern and the chic. From the days of rainbow serpents, ancient dreamtime legends and Aboriginal scared sites give a glimpse into times long past. Amazing and unusual natural occurrences dot the landscape. Rare Spinifex deserts, caves towering basalt cliffs and forests.
You will find the embracing country spirit of the people of Goondiwindi hard to beat. This Vibrant, bustling town has been welcoming travellers to Queensland for over a hundred years.
Video Tour of Main Street
The Goondiwindi Regional Council library provides a wide range of services including books and magazines, taped books, music cd's, videos and reference material.Photocopying and internet/printing facilities are available for a small fee. Under 5's storytelling and craft are organised along with school holiday activities. Please phone for details. Ask staff about special needs services such as large print/audio books and internet accessibility. Visit the Gunsynd and Rodeo Memorabilia on permanent display in the foyer and adjoining room of the Library Complex.