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Spring Bluff

Spring Bluff is a beautiful valley tucked in the ranges north of Toowoomba and best known for its picturesque railway station.

Spring Bluff Railway Station is a favourite day trip for visitors and locals alike. Its gardens are magnificent during Spring and Summer and steam train rides and a brass band concert held at the station are features of September during Toowoomba's Carnival of Flowers. The Railway Station features a cute cafe in the station master's cottage or take your own picnic.

It's worth visiting Spring Bluff any time of year, just for the interesting drive down the range off the New England Highway through to Murphy's Creek. The road meanders through lush bushland, following the path of the creek.

Spring Bluff
Spring Bluff, Toowoomba Area
Queensland
Australia

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Holland Wines

Crows Nest, Toowoomba Area
The vineyard and cellar door are located in a rural setting one and a half kilometers from the centre of Crows Nest on the Blackbutt Road. Look for the sign above the front gate. Holland Wines operates not only a small vineyard on the property, but provides a number of pleasures for your enjoyment.

Goombungee War Memorial

Goombungee, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
In the Darling Downs farming community of Goombungee you'll find a rather elegant memorial in recognition of the local men lost in the battles of WWI. Gallipoli survivor and hero of French battles Major General Sir Thomas Glasgow unveiled the Goombungee war memorial on 11 December 1920.

Lions Park, Hodgson Vale

Hodgson Vale, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
Make sure you pay a visit to Lions Park in Hodgson Vale, a large park located on the New England Highway, approximately 12 kilometres from Toowoomba. The park is the perfect place for a barbecue picnic and is a lovely stop when exploring Steele Rudd Country.

Toowoomba Water Bird Habitat

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
Nestled into suburban Toowoomba at Rangeville, the habitat covers 7.6 hectares (19 acres), which is quite a small area to establish as a diverse wetland. Environmental diversity is essential if the habitat is to attract a variety of waterbirds.

Highfields Pioneer Village

Highfields, Toowoomba Area
From AU$8 - 10
You'll marvel at the large collections of 40,000 shells, antique radios and the vintage machinery, alongside the Blacksmith Shop and intriguing Boot Repair Shop, all at the Highfields Pioneer Historical Village.

Newtown Park State Rose Garden

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
The State Rose Garden in Newtown Park has more than 1,500 roses planted, with many more to be planted over coming years. This rosarium is being continually upgraded as a living memorial to the people of this city and the district in general.

Ravensbourne National Park

Ravensbourne, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
For many years, Ravensbourne National Park was a traditional stop over for Aboriginal people on their way to and from bunya festivals in the Bunya Mountains. Today, visitors come to admire rainforest remnants, majestic Sydney blue gums and more than 80 bird species, including green catbirds and vulnerable black-breasted button-quail.

Preston Peak Wines

Preston, Toowoomba Area
Preston Peak Wines is a boutique, family owned winery located just 10 minutes south of Toowoomba, South East Queensland. Established in 1995 their winery produces over 26 different grape varieties, including old favourites such as Chardonnay, Shiraz and Cabernet, along with a range of alternate varieties such as Viognier, Sagrantino, Verdelho, Mataro and Carmenere.

Empire Theatre

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area
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Toowoomba's Empire Theatre is a heritage listed art-deco venue that provides a wide variety of performing arts for every taste. The Empire is Australia's largest regional performing arts complex and stages world class shows from leading national and international performers as well as showcasing a wealth of local talent.

Westbrook War Memorial

Westbrook, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
The WWI memorial in the small rural Darling Downs community of Westbrook is evidence of how pervasive the effect of war was on Queenslanders left behind. The popular 'Digger' statue with an honour roll was unveiled around June 1922 by federal parliamentarian LE Groom (his father William had served as the Darling Downs' first federal politician from 1901).
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