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The second most populated inland city in Australia after Canberra, Toowoomba has a population of around 140,000 people. Located 125 kilometres west of Brisbane, Toowoomba sits at around 700 feet above sea level on the crest of the Great Dividing Range. Considered the largest town on the Darling Downs, it's situated in the Toowoomba region of Queensland.

Toowoomba is celebrated as the Garden City, owing to its Great Dividing Range location in which its fertile soils enable the cultivation of a wide variety of plant life. The city boasts 150 parks and gardens which make it a worthwhile destination for the nature-loving tourist. Some notable parks to visit include the Japanese Garden, Queen’s Park and Botanic Gardens, Redwood Pa...

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The second most populated inland city in Australia after Canberra, Toowoomba has a population of around 140,000 people. Located 125 kilometres west of Brisbane, Toowoomba sits at around 700 feet above sea level on the crest of the Great Dividing Range. Considered the largest town on the Darling Downs, it's situated in the Toowoomba region of Queensland.

Toowoomba is celebrated as

The second most populated inland city in Australia after Canberra, Toowoomba has a population of around 140,000 people. Located 125 kilometres west of Brisbane, Toowoomba sits at around 700 feet above sea level on the crest of the Great Dividing Range. Considered the largest town on the Darling Downs, it's situated in the Toowoomba region of Queensland.

Toowoomba is celebrated as the Garden City, owing to its Great Dividing Range location in which its fertile soils enable the cultivation of a wide variety of plant life. The city boasts 150 parks and gardens which make it a worthwhile destination for the nature-loving tourist. Some notable parks to visit include the Japanese Garden, Queen’s Park and Botanic Gardens, Redwood Park, Lake Annand Park, and Mount Kingsthorpe Walk. Queen’s Park and Botanic Gardens is Toowoomba’s main park and features an impressive array of plants along with walking paths and a playground for the kids. Along with nearby Laura Bank Gardens, this is the central location for Toowoomba’s popular annual Carnival of Flowers festival which takes place in spring.

Some other must-see Toowoomba attractions include the Cobb + Co Museum, which pays tribute to the era of the stagecoach which came to prominence in Australia in the late 19th century as a key transport system connecting regional towns such as Toowoomba. This museum houses the National Carriage Collection (comprising 47 horse-drawn vehicles) among other exhibits and interactive displays, as well as hands-on workshops in traditional skills and themed role-play activities for the kids.

The Cobb + Co Museum also hosts Toowoomba’s friendly Farmers Market every Saturday (7am to 12pm) where you can indulge in the diversity of the region’s local produce – from local meats, artisanal breads, herbs and seasonal fruits and vegetables to handicraft stalls offering jewellery, leather goods, handmade soaps and much more.

When dining out, try Gip’s Restaurant for some more of Toowoomba’s heritage appeal. Set in the former billiard room of Toowoomba’s historic Clifford House, Gip’s offers modern Australian cuisine and the romance of the estate’s luxurious garden.

Tourism and Toowoomba go hand in hand. This regional hub has a large range of accommodation options to suit all budgets: from the well-located, well-loved Burke and Wills Hotel Toowoomba to budget options such as the Econo Lodge Toowoomba Motel and Events Centre and the Country Gardens Motor Inn. For the happy campers, there are options in and around the city including Cressbrook Dam, Lake Dyer Caravan Park, Big4 Toowoomba Garden City and The Woolshed at Jondaryn. And there’s also plenty of options for families, couples or individual tourists via a search of Toowoomba’s Airbnb accommodation.

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