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Visited Toowoomba again this year and was yet again amazed at the beautiful displays of flowers despite water restrictions and the drought. The city put on a most colourful display in Laurel Bank and Queen's Parks and along the main streets. People in the suburbs...More
What a stunning place to visit.
The colours of all the flowers and gardens is just magical.
So much time, work and effort put in to creating a beautiful garden area.
A viewing platform helped give an overall view from a higher vantage point to...More
I cannot think of a better place to take our overseas visitors to in Spring than to Toowoomba Festival of Flowers. The trip to the highland was on a week day to avoid the really large crowd on a week-end as it is only about...More
If you're in to colourful European flowers, then this is a must see for South-east Queenslanders in the last 2 weeks of September each year. The carnival extends over several locations around Toowoomba, with numerous side events & entertainment - some free to visit &...More
If you love gardens, gardening or Flowers of any kind visiting Toowoomba during spring is a must.
The Carnival of Flowers is usually held the last week of September. It started in 1949 and it’s splender has increased every year. On the Saturday there is...More
Credit to the Toowoomba Regional Council for another outstanding year for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.
An incredible show of variety in drought.
Note the date for next year
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the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is a world-class event ... the entire city gets on board ... there's flowers in every park and plenty of private gardens.
We travel each year from Brisbane to Toowoomba to view the fare on offer. However, this is the...More
This is the 3rd year I have visited Foo during the Carnival of Flowers. An beautiful place to visit this time of year. Laurel Bank Park have a different theme each year with this year being the Commonwealth Games. Beautiful display. Also so many people...More
Not really a huge flowers fan but we have been meaning to go to see the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers for years. All I can say is that we should have visited years ago. It is spectacular what they have been able to achieve across...More
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Preston Peak Winery, Cobb and Co Museum, the flowers will still be in blooming until late October in Queens Park in the City Centre and Laurel Bank Park on West Street. Take a trip out to the new International Airport as it... More
Preston Peak Winery, Cobb and Co Museum, the flowers will still be in blooming until late October in Queens Park in the City Centre and Laurel Bank Park on West Street. Take a trip out to the new International Airport as it is now going to be a Qantas Pilot Training School.
There are many things to do and there is an excellent Information Centre.