• Toowoomba's Floral Emblem- The Violet

Toowoomba’s floral emblem – the violet

The violet has held a special place in Toowoomba’s history for many years. In January 1932 it was declared Toowoomba’s floral emblem at a meeting of Council as an acknowledgement of its role in the community. Bunches of sweet violets were sold by mothers and families of World War I soldiers who did not return home, to build ...

  • Beautiful Japanese Gardens in Toowoomba

Seven showstopping Toowoomba parks

Toowoomba is known as Queensland’s Garden City – and what better way to experience it than in one of our more than 150 parks! Here we list seven showstoppers that delight locals and visitors all year round. These beautiful parks showcase the seasons unlike anywhere else in Queensland. In Toowoomba, you’ll discover crisp winter air, knee-deep autumn leaves, clear ...

Flowers all year round

You might know the Toowoomba Region for our stunning Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers in September – but we have beautiful blooms, seasonal colour and natural delights year-round for you to enjoy! January – March: Sunflower season For a stunning photo opportunity take a country drive to visit the many sunflower fields that grow around the region. Other beautiful crops ...

  • Girls walking bushwalking tracks in Toowoomba

Six spectacular hikes / bushwalks in the Toowoomba Region

The Toowoomba region provides walkers of all abilities with unique and picturesque walking trails. We’ve listed six local favourites to inspire you to explore the region’s natural treasures. With everything from stunning views from the top of the Great Dividing Range to remote National Parks, there's a walk for you. For the full list and information of walks in ...

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