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The Darling Downs region lies on the western section of the Great Dividing Range in Queensland. The beautiful area is rich with flora and fauna, and full of impressive landscapes. Toowoomba is the biggest city in the region, with many other interesting little towns like Warwick, Roma, Dalby, Oakey, Mitchell, Pittsworth, Allora, Drayton, Nobby, Cecil Plains and Clifton. Stock up with apples from the orchards of Stanthorpe, or bottles of wine from the Granite Belt vineyards. The Darling Downs are just a 90 minute drive from Brisbane, making it easily reachable with a campervan hire. Click here to find out more information or share some travel tips of your own.
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9790 Cunningham Highway, Maryvale.
The resort is both children and pet friendly. Choose from campsites, villas and cottages. Its campsite facilities include a bar, barbecue area, and a communal lounge. There's plenty to do, with a cycle and running path, recreation room, and movie hire. Relax in the spa and swimming pool.
34A Eiser Street, Harristown.
It is a popular holiday park ideal for camping, caravans, campervans and motorhomes. The park's on-site facilities include car parking, drive thru grass and concrete slab sites, wireless internet access, and power outlets.
27156 New England Highway, Glen Aplin.
The park is not too far from the centre of town, bowling coup and restaurants. The accommodations that it offers are unpowered campsites, powered campsites, powered van site and cabins. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, courtesy transfer, communal refrigerator, communal shower, communal refrigerator, EFTPOS, iron, kiosk, ice, library, laundry, outdoor furniture, shop and wood heater.
7558 New England Highway, Crows Nest.
Campsites, powered sites, ensuite van site and a wide range of cabins are available. Its campsite facilities include a bar, barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, EFTPOS, iron, ice, gas, gardens, kiosk, laundry, open fireplace, playground, restaurant and outdoor swimming pool.
47 Kitchener Street, Toowoomba.
It lies at the centre of the city of Toowoomba and the Darling Downs and is very close to a number of parks, hotels and shops. The park's campsite facilities include barbecue facilities, a car park, communal facilities, gas, laundry; night call button, outdoor furniture and vehicle wash facilities.
Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre
4 Alice Street in Warwick.
The attraction is children friendly and caters to guests with a disability. The centre has lots of memorabilia related to the history of rodeo in Australia. Visitors can have fun with interactive displays, theatrette, cowboy bar and western gift shop.
Main Range National Park
MS 394, Warwick.
The site forms part the Gondwana Rainforest of Australia World Heritage Area. The park is popular for its beautiful waterfall, biodiversity, picturesque views, rainforest, and ideal sites for hiking and leisure walking.
The Cobb and Co Museum
27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba.
It was founded in 1987 and currently showcases temporary exhibits and a wide range of permanent displays telling the history of both Toowoomba and the Darling Downs region. The venue also offers heritage trades workshops like glass art, felting, leather crafting, stonemasonry, silversmithing, calligraphy and blacksmithing.
The Empire Theatre
56 Neil Street, Toowoomba.
It is a marvelous performing arts venue that first opened its doors to the public on 29 June 1911. It currently has a seating capacity of 1,567 and is one of Australia's largest regional theatres. The Empire Theatre is popular for its art deco architectural style and the wide range of wonderful performances that it features all year round.
Spa Anice Spicers Peak Lodge
Wilkinson Road, Maryvale.
The venue offers a wide variety of wellness services like massages, stone massages, professional spa facials, yoga, body spa rituals and great tasting spa cuisine. It is open everyday except on Boxing Day and Christmas Day from 08:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.
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