The Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre (ARHC) is solely dedicated to the spirit of rodeo and the cowboy.

A place to follow the history and relive the glory of the Australian Professional Rodeo Association's greatest champions and rodeo history. The only one of its type in Australia, the ARHC exhibits interactive and static displays, live rodeo demonstrations, a theatrette, bar, function and board room, museum store and is home to the head office of the Australian Professional Rodeo Association (APRA).

Single $10.00
Couple $15.00
Aged Pensioner $7.50 single / $10.00 couple
Group bookings by prior arrangement - $7.50 per person
Children 12 and under free

For further information please email the APRA office 





The ARHC is located in the historic 'Rose and Rodeo City', Warwick, Queensland.

Getting here from Brisbane:

Head straight into town on the main road. Just after you cross the Condamine River on the O.O Madsen Bridge turn right into Alice St. The ARHC is number 4 on your left.


Getting here from Stanthorpe/Goondiwindi:

Following the signs to Brisbane you will pass Peter Stewart Ford on the corner of Fitzroy and Albion Streets. Alice Street is the next left and the ARHC is number 4 on the left.

Quaker style barns set the scene of the outback displays that showcase the cowboys that set the standard of rodeo in Australia today. Saddles, ropes, chaps and all things memorable that won that coveted title or imprinted the pages of history are captured and shown to relive every day.

Don't know your wrestler from you hazer? Try our crash course overview on rodeo in the rodeo arena. The thrill and excitement of rodeo comes alive where you can enter an arena and experience the cowboy way first hand. Try your luck at roping 'Sparky' the mechanical steer or sit on the sidelines for the gate cracking of the fearless bull riders and athletic saddle bronc riders (live demonstrations for corporate functions by appointment so livestock can be arranged).

Relive the action of the top competitors and learn the past, present and future transformation of rodeo in Australia. Find out where we're headed and what changes and obstacle's rodeo has faced over the time. If you prefer being behind the safety of a window you can view the action in the arena from a safe distance in the comfort of the 'corporate seating'.

These rooms are available for hire for weddings, conferences, parties and meetings.

Click here to view the information package.

The board room has seating and kitchen facilities for 10 people or for larger meetings, adjacent to the board room is our bar and function room. This room is a large 19 x 6 room with tables and seating available for hire also.

The country style barn store is unique and inviting, from western gifts to ARHC merchandise and memorabilia, there is something for everyone.