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Useful information on Toowoomba

The Garden City is the prime centre of the Darling Downs Region in Southern Queensland. Toowoomba has abundant flora and fauna, festivals and a wide selection of cafes, eateries, restaurants, gardens and sports venues. It also has an interesting collection of arts and has a wonderful way of bringing locals and visitors closer to nature. Don't miss the Carnival of Flowers festival, where food, wine and flora spectacularly blend together to create a memorable experience.

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Recommended holiday parks and campsites in Toowoomba

BIG4 Toowoomba Garden City Holiday Park is located at 34A Eiser Street, Harristown, Toowoomba. It is a popular holiday park ideal for camping, caravans, camper vans and motorhomes. The park's on-site facilities include car parking, grass and concrete slab sites, light, wireless Internet access, power outlet, sullage and water tap.

Jolly Swagman Caravan Park is located at 47 Kitchener Street, Toowoomba. It lies at the centre of the city 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.

Toowoomba Motor Village can be found at 821 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba. The property features a wonderful landscape and grassed sites ideal for camping. Its campsite facilities include a camp kitchen, covered barbecue area, playground, outdoor furniture and more.

Featured attractions in Toowoomba

Carnival of Flowers takes place every year in September within the city of Toowoomba. The festival is Australia's longest running annual horticultural event, making it very popular. Attending the Carnival of Flowers allows visitors to experience the wonderful fusion of arts, entertainment, gourmet foods and horticulture all in one festival.

The Cobb and Co Museum is located at 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba. It was founded in 1987 and currently showcases temporary exhibits and a wide range of permanent displays featuring local arts and historical items that show the history of both Toowoomba and the Darling Downs. The venue also offers heritage trade workshops in areas such as glass art, felting, leather crafting, stonemasonry, silversmithing, felting, calligraphy and blacksmithing.

The Coffee House formerly Laguna sits at 189 Hume Street, Toowoomba. The estate is child friendly with a games room and friendly atmosphere. It is famous for offering great tasting coffee, tea and food within its award winning garden and historical building. The Coffee House's garden can seat 70 people, its cafe area can cater to 30 people and its main hall can seat 200 people making the venue ideal for different types of event.

The Empire Theatre lies along 56 Neil Street, Toowoomba. It is a marvellous performing arts venue that first opened its doors to the public on 29 June 1911. It currently has seating capacity of 1,567 and is one of Australia's largest regional theatres. Empire Theatre is popular for its art deco architectural style and the wide range of wonderful performances that it features all year round.

Toowoomba City Hall can be found at 153 Herries Street and on 543 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba. The city hall has history dating back to 1862 making it Australia's first purpose built city hall. The building is known for its architectural style as well as for being the venue where the area was proclaimed a city. Visitors are welcome and we highly recommend visiting the regional art gallery and theatre.