Grand Central Floral Parade

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area

22 September 2018 - 

Free Entry

Now in its 69th year, this famous Parade winds its way through the heart of the city to Queens Park to the sounds of live bands. The city heart beats as street performers, carnival characters, and stilt walkers escort the stunning floral floats on their journey.

Be early to grab a good viewing spot because the whole town and thousands of visitors turn out for the Parade! There's free chalk so you can make your own artistic mark on the parade route and when it's over, head for Godsall Street Oval where the floats are on display and the flowers, fruit and vegies that decorated them are available for sale!

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
22 September 2018

Facilities

  • Car park

Event Venues


Toowoomba inner CBD Streets
Address:
Herries Street, Ruthven Street, Margaret Street, Hume Street
Toowoomba
Queensland, Australia 4350

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Herries Street, Ruthven Street, Margaret Street, Hume Street
Toowoomba,
Queensland
Australia

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