Roadvale is a small village located 10km north of Boonah just off the Ipswich Boonah Road in a quiet picturesque farming area.
This was once a bustling farming town. The railway first reached Roadvale in 1887 and the town grew but, in 1915 most of the town was destroyed by fire and it never returned to its former state.
Today not much of the original town remains. There is a very popular country pub, a small store which is now closed and a rural fire station in the main street, as well as some charming heritage homes.
The nearby Panorama Motorcycle Museum is a must see, with a very interesting collection of motorbikes and household items, it is open on Sundays.
Call in to the Boonah Visitor Information Centre in Bi-Centennial Park near the big roundabout to discover more about this great region.