Goondiwindi might just be Queensland’s own centre of relaxation. Located on Macintyre River, it’s the perfect location to settle in and watch the world go by. That’s not to say it’s boring, far from it, with a combination of contemporary facilities and heritage landmarks, Goondiwindi will keep you entertained from the moment you hit town.

Goondiwindi is home to just over 6,000 local people, many who are employed within the education and retail industries. Shopping is always booming in Goondiwindi with many large retailers open to the public. Whether you’re looking for quality hardware or stunning clothing, you’ll likely find it on Marshal or Herbert Street. You’ll never go hungry either with some of the most exquisite local dining options around.

Built on strong community spirit, the people of Goondiwindi hold impressive fetes, festivals and sporting matches all year round. It’s always a friendly lifestyle as can be found in their friendly accommodation where everyone’s welcome.

So when you want to escape all the hustle and bustle, there’s one place where you can always unwind, the town of Goondiwindi. A friendly town where you can finally take life at your own pace… a place where you can take a deep breath, and relax.


The population of Goondiwindi is 6,355, with 49.3% being male and 50.7 being female. The median age of people in Goondiwindi is 36. Children (0-14 years) make up 22.4% of the population and people ages 65 years and over make up 15.6%.


The largest industry of employment is primary education, followed by supermarket and grocery stores, second education and hospitals (except psychiatric hospitals).


The most common methods of travel to work for employed people was in a car as the driver or as a passenger at 71.4.