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Crows Nest Motel

Crows Nest, Toowoomba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$124 to AU$195

Your hosts Branton and Pauline Woodhead will make you feel welcome at Crows Nest Motel. They offer suites in a quiet country atmosphere, 40 kilometres north of Toowoomba on the Great Dividing Range.

Their motel has beautifully appointed rooms with plenty of room to relax. All rooms are fitted with Sealy Posturepedic Queen size beds and reverse cycle air-conditioning. Each unit offers large stylish ensuites, or treat yourself to an in-room spa. They serve home-style cooked evening meals, a real specialty of theirs, and breakfast to your room to enjoy.

The quaint town with its lovely parkland setting is a welcome stopover for travellers and day-trippers. Crows Nest is only a short drive from the bustling city of Toowoomba and the drive along the New England Highway is a tourists delight, with coffee shops, antiques, Danish floral art, cuckoo clock centre, garden displays, nurseries, gift shops and pioneer villages.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
7547 New England Highway
Crows Nest, Toowoomba Area
Queensland
Australia

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Brewoomba 2016

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6 August 2016
After a massively successful first year Toowoomba's beer festival is back; again supported by three of Toowoomba's pubs who share a passion for craft beer. Don't miss Brewoomba 2016 at The Mort Estate Hotel, Spotted Cow Hotel and Tapestry Bar. Tickets this year will include your first craft beer on tap at each venue (that's three beers!) *, unlimited use of shuttle bus from midday to 9pm, unique Brewoomba 2016 souvenir glass and access to exclusive areas and beers at each venue. *Note: Queensland Responsible Service of Alcohol laws apply.

InStudio Art Trail

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
20 August 2016
The InStudio Art Trail is an annual weekend event during which a variety of local artists open their home studios to the public, take up residence or exhibit in a central community space. It is a self drive trail offering a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the picturesque countryside around the Crows Nest, Hampton and Ravensbourne area whilst visiting artists in their creative space and gaining a glimpse into their working life and artistic journey.

Easter Vintage Festival

Multiple Locations
15 April 2017
Highfields Pioneer Village is celebrating its twentieth Annual Easter Vintage Festival. The theme of the festival is 'Keeping Time'. Come and experience rural life in the Australian Pioneer days! Milk a cow, learn to crack a whip or be a blacksmith. Enjoy billy tea and damper made in authentic camp ovens. Don't miss the spectacular Grand Parade and baby animals in the nursery. There will be live music and great food. You might even encounter the infamous bush ranger Ned Kelly! Whether you love history, you're a vintage machinery buff or you are just looking for great entertainment you will have a wonderful time at the Easter Vintage Festival. It is an affordable, entertaining weekend for all ages. Past visitors have come for a day and returned for all three!

Westbrook Family Fun Day

Multiple Locations
11 September 2016
Come and celebrate with their 4th biennial Family Fun Day in Westbrook, Queensland. The event draws local, and regional families, vendors and business to showcase products, businesses, and activities, while providing an affordable event for families. Numerous rides, interactive programs, interactive skate activities, musicians and performers will be involved. Food vendors, coffee stalls, local goods, and products will be available for sale. This is the 4th event in the Community and has shown growth and success with the development of interactive programs, local performers and supported by local industry.

Toowoomba MS Swimathon

Multiple Locations
12 November 2016
The Milne Bay Aquatic Centre in Toowoomba will host the third MS Swimathon event of the season to raise vital funds to help people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). It doesn't matter if you can do 100 fast laps or doggy paddle one, everyone can join in, have fun and support people living with MS - an incurable disease which affects a person's central nervous system. Designed as a relay event, teams must have one swimmer in the water at all times throughout the entire 12 hour event period. Participants can raise donations by asking for a one off donation from friends and family or being sponsored based on the number of laps they can do.

Felton Food Festival

Toowoomba Area
26 March 2017
Experience a day on the land and celebrate authentic country life at the Felton Food Festival. The Festival is a showcase of everything that the Felton Valley is famous for - delectable produce, stunning landscapes, friendly people and real country living. While the food is king, there are plenty of other activities to take part in at the Festival. Families, friends, farmers and food lovers can mingle amongst the wide range of market stalls, take a crop tour, meet a local farmer, learn about the paddock to plate process, enjoy a cooking demonstration, roam with the free range farm animals, and relax in the country atmosphere. Just under two hours leisurely drive from Brisbane or half hour from Toowoomba, this charming country festival is a must-do experience for genuine encounters and renewed appreciation of their local produce.

Weetwood Handicap

Multiple Locations
8 April 2017
The Weetwood Handicap is synonymous with Toowoomba. For more than 100 years this race has attracted fans to Clifford Park to celebrate Toowoomba's greatest raceday. In 2016 the Toowoomba Turf Club will celebrate the 126th running of the Weetwood Handicap. The Weetwood will continue to be a stand-alone metropolitan Saturday race meeting status as part of the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival. Over AUD600,000 in prize money, four black-type races and the stars of the Queensland racing industry will deliver the largest race meeting on record. An expected 5,000 spectators from Toowoomba, south-east Queensland and interstate will line the straight to participate in the race day. In 2016 the Weetwood race day will experience a revolution, a transformation to one of the region's premier events.

Crows Nest Day

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
22 October 2016
Crows Nest Day is part of the Crows Nest Festival week of community activities. The program starts at 7am with a fun run, then all day entertainment, music, dance displays, children's activities and finally a rodeo. Food will be available. There will be a licensed bar, drinks, tea and coffee also available. You can enjoy many stalls selling handcrafts, gifts and more and there will be competitions including whip cracking, crow calling, hay stacking, tyre stacking, picnic races and a tug of war. Worm races for trained earthworms conclude with the world championship Grand Old Crow Cup.

Queensland Beef Expo

Multiple Locations
1 September 2016
Excellence In Beef. This is an all new field day event for Toowoomba and the South West which will focus primarily on the production and supply of beef from this region. This is an annual event which will be staged at the grounds of the Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland at Glenvale on the western side of Toowoomba.

Geham Craft and Garden Show

Multiple Locations
16 September 2016
The Ultimate Handmade Shopping Experience. With over 65 stalls displaying a wonderful selection of gorgeous giftware, home wares, plants, gardening artefacts and handmade crafts, you will be amazed at the variety on display. There is something for everyone. The show offers a huge range of handmade country crafts, quilting and patchwork, shabby chic homewares, upcycled furniture, country folk art, handmade candles and soaps, weaving crafts, fermented mustards, honey, jams and relishes, garden art ornaments, garden plants and pots, children’s toys and clothing, jewellery, wood crafts, leather and fabric handbags. The Spring Café offers amazing coffee, delightful homemade cakes, light meals and traditional milkshakes and spiders. Eat in or dine al fresco style under the 118 year old oak tree in spring country air. It is a great place to socialise with your family, friends or social groups. Be sure to ask about group discounts and bookings. The Geham State School offers visitors a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, with their main event being held in the activities centre. Rain, hail or shine their craft show will be open to the public.
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