The Carnival of Flowers takes place annually in Toowoomba https://www.tcof.com.au/ This year was the 50th Anniversary of Flowers. We went on a tour to the Flowers at Queens Park.…. Queens Park has retained the charm and character common to 19th century public parks and botanic gardens, putting on a special show for her visitors during Carnival. SpreadContinue reading “Carnival of Flowers Toowoomba 2019”
Toowoomba Flower Festival 2014
Picturesque Queens Park is just a short walk from Toowoomba’s Central Business District. Much loved by locals, the park’s diverse facilities make it a great meeting place or a pleasant stop on your journey.
The north-eastern section boasts an immaculately tended floral garden. While it’s meticulously tended all year round, displays are particularly impressive during spring, especially in September.
http://www.queensland.com/attraction/laurel-bank-park Laurel Bank Park is a beautiful parkland close to Toowoomba’s city centre, featuring spectacular manicured gardens, a scented garden, a playground, picnic area and croquet greens. As well as containing a collection of exotic trees, the park is home to the Scented Gardens. This unique ‘garden within a garden’ was created from ideas presentedContinue reading “Toowoomba Flower Show… Laurel Bank Park”
Picnic Point is one of the most popular recreation sites in Toowoomba, for both the city’s residents and the thousands of visitors who come each year to savour the beauty of the Garden City.Situated on a scenic peak of the Great Dividing Range. It was our second location. We were greeted with these three fabulousContinue reading “Picnic Point Toowoomba Flower Show”
http://www.toowoombarc.qld.gov.au/facilities-and-recreation/parksgardens/public-parks/1966-laurel-bank-park-toowoomba Prior to 1932 Laurel Bank Park, as it is now known, was owned by Mr Samuel George Stephens. In 1932 Mr Stephens donated the land to the people of Toowoomba, making the Toowoomba City Council the park’s official custodian. The gardens were designed by Mr Stephens himself before he handed them over. The gatesContinue reading “Laurel Bank Park Gardens Toowoomba”
Flying from Brisbane to Bedourie took six and a half hours, with stops at Toowoomba, Charleville, Quilpie,Windorah, Birdsville and Bedourie. The plane continued on to Mt Isa and will return on Tuesday… Here are some photos taken from the Air. The first stop was Toowoomba… Continue on to Charleville…. woomba