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How to get there: Drive 16km along Dargal Rd until you see the sign and a grid.
Relax in the atmosphere of a Country Garden and Nursery. The Feed Shed will serve burgers for breakfast and lunch. Devonshire Tea as our specialty and drinks are available!
Location: 2 Riggers Rd Roma
Discover the rigs, machinery and the true grit pioneers that shaped the remarkable history of Australias's oil and gas industry.
The Big Rig's Oil Patch attraction is an enjoyable relaxed way to learn about Roma's oil and gas history.
The Oil Patch is an outside display of oil and gas exploration and product equipment, explained by suitable signs and audio panels. these facilities allow the oil patch to be a self-guided experience.
Child (12years and under) $7.00
Family (2 x adults 2 x children) $25.00
Phone: 07 46 222 325
Meadowbank Museum of old machinery memorabilia and horse drawn vehicles.
Location: 60 Bindango road 12 km west of Roma on the Warrego highwayentrance fee: $5
Location: Roma on Bungil Gallery, 38-44 Hawthorne St. Roma
Walk of Art
From Cars in the Garden (commemorating the Aussie Car Industry) to viewing the Car and Truck Restoration Program incorporating over 500 pictures of Road Trips in the USA with an Aussie Overtone.
A fabulous collage of photos which tell a million stories and a visit not to be missed when you are in town for Roma’s Easter In The Country.
You can even get your photo taken with the long horns - Jack or Tex.See you at UP THE CREEK GARAGE
$25 double/family for a day pass
Complimentary Morning and/or Afternoon Tea.
Open from 9am – 5pm Thursday – Easter Monday.
Located at 14 George St, Roma
(just behind Shady's Lagoon.15 minute walk along the Adungadoo pathway from the Big Rig, 10 minutes from the Post Office.)
Whyworry – Established Country Garden – a number of large established trees and rock features established from the property. Enter the garden via a bridge over a water feature but truly a peaceful haven. Whyworry is the home of Billy and Kaye Burton
Entry Cost: $5 per person
Opening times 9am-5pm Good Friday – Easter Monday
All funds raised will be donated to charity.
Directions: Drive north along the Roma-Injune Road to Burton’s Lane, turn right into Burton’s Lane and drive to the end where you will find “Whyworry”.
Mooga – Roma- Injune Road - turn onto the Taroom Road and you will almost immediately find Moogah
Moogah is the home of Mark and Annette Huntley (previous owners of Roma’s Pumps and Solar)
A more recently established garden to that of Whyworry but still very established and a lovely combination of lawn, space and beautiful garden. A real paradise in the severe climatic conditions of very hot summers and very cold winters.
Entry Cost: Gold coin entry
Opening times: 9:30am - 4:30pm Good Friday – Easter Monday
Moogah will offer Morning and Afternoon Tea and homemade sandwiches – Funds raise go to the local branch of the Cancer Council.
Each garden offers a different viewing but is within driving distance of each other.
The Easter In The Country Committee would like to sincerely thank Mark and Annette Huntley and Billy and Kaye Burton for their generosity and work in being part of the festival activities.
Location: Big Rig Parklands - Riggers Road Roma