Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers Tours

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Why not join indulge in a relaxing few hours strolling through beautiful private gardens on a garden tour, sip wine and feast on delicious morsels on a Progressive Food and Wine Tour, or make some new friends and sample craft beers on a Talking Pubs Tour. Don't miss out and book early to experience Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers the hassle-free way.

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Morning and Afternoon Garden Tours

Indulge in a relaxing few hours strolling through beautiful private gardens. Their three-hour guided tour takes in a selection of Toowoomba’s prize-winning gardens. This includes three private garden entrants from the Chronicle Garden Competition and one of 2017's exhibition gardens so book in for a floral showcase not to be missed.

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$0 $37.50
Progressive Food and Wine Tours

Discover Toowoomba's flavours and join one of the gourmet progressive lunch and dinner tours. Each course is at a different and unique venue and you will delight in sampling tasty morsels for entree and main course, and a delicious dessert for a sweet finish to the tour. Tours include all meals and a drink at each venue.

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$99 $129
Talking Pubs Tour

Join their four-hour progressive foodie tour to four historic pubs. First stop is Fitzy's Toowoomba to sample shared canape platters, then to the rooftop bar at Muller Bros for more tasty morsels. Mains will be served at the quirky Spotted Cow Hotel, with dessert at the historic Irish Club Hotel for a sweet finish to the tour. Tour includes all meals and a drink at each pub.

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$0 $99

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