20190223061236_IMG_9256.JPG

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

Toowoomba 

 

The Garden City

About Toowoomba

Toowoomba, known as the garden city and the Capital of the Darling Downs, with a population of 135,631. Hosts of the Carnival of flowers held in September. With more than 150 parks and gardens to choose from. Over the most recent five years, Toowoomba has likewise turned out to be one of the quickest developing towns in the nation, with low joblessness and an expansion in framework prompting work age.

 
20190223061339_IMG_9260.JPG

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

About Picnic Point Toowoomba

Picnic Point Toowoomba lookout is the prime spot for a front row seat viewing the Lockyer Valley and Toowoomba's first range crossing. 

An ideal spot for picnics, weddings and retreats. 

The Picnic point cafe is a great spot to enjoy a indulgent ice-cream, barista made coffee and variety of cakes and treats. 

For more information, please visit  https://picnic-point.com.au/ for more information

 

Picnic Point Toowoomba

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toowoomba's top attraction to tourists.

 

Settled on the edge of the Great Dividing Range.

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

20190223061923_IMG_9273.JPG

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

20190223060629_IMG_9239 (1).JPG

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

 

About the Empire Theatre

​The Empire Theaters is one of the biggest performing arts arena south east Queensland and flaunts a few execution and capacity spaces. Famous for its great craftsmanship deco design, the legacy recorded auditorium is the gem of the Darling Downs. 

For more information, please visit  https://www.empiretheatre.com.au/  for more information

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

Empire Theatre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of Toowoomba's Greatest Heritage listed property's

 
20190220175941_IMG_9184.JPG

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

20190220175643_IMG_9173.JPG

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

Cobb + Co Museum 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before the day of cars, horse driven vehicles were the most common form of transport in Toowoomba.

Image Shot by Ray Hansen

About the Cobb + Co Museum

​The Cobb and Co Museum is an exquisite attraction in Toowoomba to view a fine collection of 19th Centenary W. R. F. Bolton horse driven vehicles. gathered and have been reestablished over a period of thirty years.

The Cafe has an assortment of fine foods including hand made pies, sausage rolls and sandwiches. 

For more information, please visit  https://cobbandco.qm.qld.gov.au/  for more information