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Toowoomba is a city in the Darling Downs region of South Queensland. It is the second-largest inland city and is also known as the ‘Garden City’. It is the birthplace of Aussie cake, lamington and Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush. Toowoomba is the country hub for red wine.
Tip: Best time to visit is during the summer months. Plan your trip during autumn or spring to avoid crowds.
The airport in Toowoomba is Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport (TWB) and is located 15 km away from the city centre. Qantas Airways and Airnorth fly from Townsville to Toowoomba and operate direct flights to Toowoomba. Cheap flights from Townsville are usually connecting flights with 2 layovers in Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne. The easiest way to get from the airport to your hotel is with a taxi. Another option is Peters Coaches which is a shuttle service.
Tip: Cheapest way to get around Toowoomba is by local bus.
What to See and Where to Eat
Though it is not a must visit before you die, Toowoomba is unique and one of a kind. It is filled with theatres, galleries, scenic parks and gardens, great shopping for all and has a radiant nightlife.
Toowoomba is where architecture and rich heritage and beautiful gardens share the streets with epic murals and street art, specialist coffee shops and a number of eateries and shopping.
Visit Cobbs and Co Museum that house Australia’s finest collection of horse-drawn vehicles, including the 19th-century Cobb and Co Royal Mail coaches. Other exhibits also depict town life and travel in the earlier times. The museum also houses an indigenous section with boomerangs, shield and axes. Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery houses a great collection of paintings, drawings, ceramics and other artworks by some well-known Australian artists such as Tom Roberts and Rupert Benny. You can also view some rare books, maps and travel journals and letters written by early European explorers such as Ludwig Leichhardt.
Explore the First Coat art project- one of the country’s most renowned art projects. Artists from around the country have created excellent and impressive murals around the city such as Indigenous boy mural, Elephant and Treehouse mural and Triple Portrait mural.
Ju Raku En Japanese gardens are one of Australia’s largest and traditional gardens and are around 4km south of the centre at the University of Southern Queensland. Head to Picnic Point for a nice afternoon for beautiful views over the Lockyer Valley. The park also has walking trails, a café and a playground for kids. Laurel Bank Park is home a garden full of scented and pungent herbs and flowers. An interesting fact- the park’s hall was constructed as a mess hall for US naval troops during World War II!
Toowoomba’s Carnival of Flowers is held yearly in late September which showcases floral displays, gardens, live music and a food and wine festival.
Grand Central is the largest shopping centre in Darling Downs, with a style much alike to a capital city than a regional town. It has many cinema halls, numerous big-name stores, supermarkets and food stores selling everything from meat to seafood to Asian foods and groceries.
The Bakers Duck is a hip, urban café and bakery named after a local legend. It is famous for its artisanal sourdough bread and pastries. Zev’s Bistro has changed the game for Toowoomba’s dining scene. It is a bistro with contemporary artworks. Dishes are excellent, packed with global accents and texture. Their wine list is also interesting. Spotted Cow is a family-friendly pub which hosts regular live bands.
Tip: Bring your own food when heading out to Picnic Point.
Where to Stay
The city centre provides a lot of accommodation option such as hotels ranging from 3 to 5 star, motels, inns, villas and serviced apartments.
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