Toowoomba has something to offer everyone.
During spring the parks and gardens are filled with amazing colour and ablaze with vibrancy and life. The city comes together every September for the Carnival of Flowers with a street parade and other activities.
You’ll enjoy breath taking views from Picnic Point Lookout.
Take in the splendid history of the Cobb & Co Museum.
If fine wine appeals to you then a visit to the local wineries is a must.
Ruthven Street Motor Inn is the perfect place to stay as you explore all the region has to offer.
We are close to…
|Gold Park (Rugby)
|Nell E Robinson Park (Netball)
|City Golf Club
|Touch Football Fields
|Toowoomba Base Hospital
|Grand Central Shopping Centre
|Preston Peak Winery
Built in 1911 and restored in 1997 the heritage listed theatre has the largest performing arts precinct in regional Australia. Hosting regular performances this Toowoomba icon is a must see when visiting our city.
Located on the northern side of the University of Southern Queensland campus and covering a 3hectare site. The Gardens are one of the most traditionally designed gardens in Australia and are open from 6am to dusk every day with free entry.
Cobb & Co Museum
The Cobb & Co Museum is part of the Queensland Museum and houses a large display of horse drawn transport from the past. It also has an extensive display of natural and cultural history from Toowoomba and the Darling Downs. They offer a range of hands on workshops that you can do including black smithing, silversmithing, lead lighting and leatherwork.
An old favourite of people visiting Toowoomba Picnic Point situated on the edge of the escarpment at 700m above sea level it provides spectacular views to the east over the Lockyer Valley. An excellent cafe and function centre is perfectly position to capture the views or you can take your own picnic basket and set up on the large grassed areas.