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Ellengrove Serviced Apartments

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$165 to AU$175

Ellengrove offers you six one and two bedroom fully self contained apartments in a quiet residential area. All apartments have generous sized kitchens and bathroom and quality queen sized beds. Each apartment has a lockup garage and private courtyard. Offering contemporary country styling. Ideal for mums in waiting, hospital visitors, corporate travellers and newcomers to Toowoomba, needing quality accommodation while they house hunt. All within walking distance to the Empire Theatre, Cathedral Centre and the hub of Toowoomba's Central Business District.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
55 Phillip Street
Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Ellengrove offer contemporary cottage style one apartments. Purpose built in 2004; each apartment is self-contained with full kitchen and dishwasher, separate lounge/dining area, 20 Austar channels, DVD player and reverse cycle air-conditioning.

Ellengrove offer contemporary cottage style two bedroom apartments. Purpose built in 2004; each apartment is self-contained with full kitchen and dishwasher, separate lounge/dining area, 20 Austar channels, DVD player and reverse cycle air-conditioning.

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A stroll along the Bulloo River Walk is a tranquil way to appreciate the native flora and fauna of the Bulloo River Catchment. Signs, bearing information about the plant species, are located along the walk.

Terrestrial Georgetown Centre

Georgetown, Etheridge Area
From AU$8 - 8
At the Terrestrial Centre in Georgetown you will find located the multi award winning, Terrestrial - the Ted Elliott Mineral Collection. This collection, which is all the work of one man, Ted Elliott, contains over 4,500 mineral specimens in a myriad of fascinating colours and shapes from the region and throughout the world.

Outback Camel Festival Trail

Multiple Locations
The camel racing season kicks off in Outback Queensland on the second weekend in July. Camels are brought in to compete from all over Australia beginning with a two-day Bedourie event (second weekend in July), followed by a three-day festival in Boulia (third weekend in July) and ending with a one-day event in Winton (last weekend in July).

Savina Lane Wines

Severnlea,
  • Free WiFi
Savina Lane Wines delight the palate and inspire the imagination. Crafted from hand-picked fruit on vines carefully nurtured to produce a limited yield of the finest berries, a visit to Savina Lane's beautiful cellar door is more than a wine tasting, it is a wine experience.

The Wheel of Brisbane

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
  • Free WiFi
From AU$14.00 - 20.00
A fixture on the South Bank skyline, The Wheel of Brisbane is a breathtaking way to have a 360-degree panoramic view of Brisbane City from the heart of Brisbane's cultural, lifestyle and entertainment precinct, The Parklands, South Bank.
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Quilpie is the 'End of the Railway Line' or the beginning ...... depending on how you want to look at things. The Western Railway line reached Quilpie in 1917. At the "end of the Line' you will read about the construction of the railway and see great historical photos.
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Whilst in Quilpie visit the Bob Young Memorial Park which is situated in Brolga Street it is a tribute to those who served our country in the Armed Forces with a mural depicting various scenes in honor of those who served.

Combo Waterhole Trail

Kynuna, McKinlay Area
"Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong, under the shade of a coolibah tree..." As Australia's adopted national anthem, this tail of the unfortunate but reckless swagman will be impossible not to hum as you traverse the guided 2.
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Allow the Quilpie Shire to introduce you to a radiant beauty - the exquisite boulder opal. Try your luck at finding your own piece of opal, the Quilpie Shire Council fossicking area, two kilometres west of Quilpie, provides a real opportunity for all ages to have a go at uncovering this pretty gemstone.

Alpha Murals

Alpha, Barcaldine Area
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There are 27 murals in the township of Alpha and all tell their own story of rural life in the region. The murals became when a group a local artists painted a wall in 1991 and today have became the vocal point for Alpha with murals being painted on most public buildings.
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