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Hungry??
I've tried to include a few little places that my family and I like to frequent, certainly isn't an exclusive list, there are so many yummy places! I'll add more as I go.
Many, many items on the menu, helps with fussy little (& maybe big) eaters!
Cafe 63
11 Herries St
Many, many items on the menu, helps with fussy little (& maybe big) eaters!
Great food, good menu selection and afterwards you only need to cross the road for the kids to have a play in Queens Park!
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Cafe Valetta
96 Margaret St
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Great food, good menu selection and afterwards you only need to cross the road for the kids to have a play in Queens Park!
If you love grazing platters then this is your one stop shop, so many choices of cheeses, salami, fruit/veg, gourmet foods, fresh flowers and why not grab a coffee while you're there!
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Deli Delicious
125 Herries Street
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If you love grazing platters then this is your one stop shop, so many choices of cheeses, salami, fruit/veg, gourmet foods, fresh flowers and why not grab a coffee while you're there!
Best butter chicken & huge Naan breads - yum!!!
The Everest Spice Tandoori & Curry House
62 Margaret Street
Best butter chicken & huge Naan breads - yum!!!
Great coffee, huge selection of salads & sweet treats! If you are looking for something for lunch, do yourself a favour and pick up one of these freshly made salads and maybe a sweet little something?!
James Street Grocer
95 Mary St
Great coffee, huge selection of salads & sweet treats! If you are looking for something for lunch, do yourself a favour and pick up one of these freshly made salads and maybe a sweet little something?!
Great butcher shop, handy little grocery store and bottle shop!
MacKenzie Row Convenience Store
36 Campbell St
Great butcher shop, handy little grocery store and bottle shop!
Great coffee and very close to Magnolia!
Sage+Butler Cafe
62 Margaret St
Great coffee and very close to Magnolia!
Great food, great cocktails and great views!
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George Banks Bar and Bistro
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Great food, great cocktails and great views!
Great coffee and good selection of eats!
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Park House Cafe
92 Margaret St
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Great coffee and good selection of eats!
Shopping
There are a number of shopping centres in Toowoomba, we are spoilt for choice!
There is not much that this shopping centre doesn't offer. Most majors are there including Target, Coles, Kmart, Woolworths, Big W, Best & Less, H&M, cinemas and over 180 specialty stores over two levels. If you can't find it here, I'm not sure it exists?!
Grand Central Toowoomba City QLD
8 Station St
There is not much that this shopping centre doesn't offer. Most majors are there including Target, Coles, Kmart, Woolworths, Big W, Best & Less, H&M, cinemas and over 180 specialty stores over two levels. If you can't find it here, I'm not sure it exists?!
This little complex includes a Night Owl, Cafe 63, KFC, McDonalds, Burrito Bar and Cafe 63 Cafe & Bakery, not far from Magnolia.
Eastville
11 Herries St
This little complex includes a Night Owl, Cafe 63, KFC, McDonalds, Burrito Bar and Cafe 63 Cafe & Bakery, not far from Magnolia.
If you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the big shopping centres, then this one is for you! It has everything you require including Woolworths, bakery, bottle shop, beautician, chemist, banks, take away food etc...
The Range Shopping Centre
If you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the big shopping centres, then this one is for you! It has everything you require including Woolworths, bakery, bottle shop, beautician, chemist, banks, take away food etc...
Things to do
Queens Park is a heritage-listed botanic garden. It was built from 1875 to 1970s. It is also known as Toowoomba Botanic Gardens. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 27 April 2001. Large, leafy park featuring playgrounds, fields & a historic botanical garden with formal displays.
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Queens Park Toowoomba
43 Lindsay St
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Queens Park is a heritage-listed botanic garden. It was built from 1875 to 1970s. It is also known as Toowoomba Botanic Gardens. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 27 April 2001. Large, leafy park featuring playgrounds, fields & a historic botanical garden with formal displays.
The Cobb & Co Museum was originally established to house The Cobb & Co. Collection of W. R. F. Bolton consisting of over thirty 19th Century horse drawn vehicles which he collected and had restored over a period of more than thirty years. Great museum with interactive displays, will appeal to all age groups. Gift shop and coffee available.
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Cobb+Co Museum
27 Lindsay St
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The Cobb & Co Museum was originally established to house The Cobb & Co. Collection of W. R. F. Bolton consisting of over thirty 19th Century horse drawn vehicles which he collected and had restored over a period of more than thirty years. Great museum with interactive displays, will appeal to all age groups. Gift shop and coffee available.
Serene park with picnic areas, BBQ grills, playgrounds & multi-use trails around an artificial pond. There is also a nearby skate park if you or the kids are that way inclined.
Lake Annand Park
Serene park with picnic areas, BBQ grills, playgrounds & multi-use trails around an artificial pond. There is also a nearby skate park if you or the kids are that way inclined.
Easily the best view in Toowoomba!!! Picnic Point is a heritage-listed park, it was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 13 November 2008 and is a must see for any visitor to Toowoomba, you won't be disappointed. The parklands offer multiple facilities including lookout, licensed restaurant and café, playground, picnic tables, barbecues, parking and toilets. There are also many walking tracks maintained by our regional council, please see below link for http://www.tr.qld.gov.au/facilities-recreation/parks-gardens/parks-by-location/picnic-point-park
Picnic Point Parklands
Easily the best view in Toowoomba!!! Picnic Point is a heritage-listed park, it was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 13 November 2008 and is a must see for any visitor to Toowoomba, you won't be disappointed. The parklands offer multiple facilities including lookout, licensed restaurant and café, playground, picnic tables, barbecues, parking and toilets. There are also many walking tracks maintained by our regional council, please see below link for http://www.tr.qld.gov.au/facilities-recreation/parks-gardens/parks-by-location/picnic-point-park
Address: 147 Taylor Street, Newtown QLD 4350 Newtown Park is one of Toowoomba's premier parks covering an area of 30 acres (12ha). It's a must-see location with three main feature areas including the award-winning Queensland State Rose Garden, a children's playground and barbecue area, and sports ovals with croquet lawns and cricket pitches. A number of pathways link across the park alongside a collection of murals, plaques and rest areas dotted throughout for the enjoyment of park users.
State Rose Garden
Address: 147 Taylor Street, Newtown QLD 4350 Newtown Park is one of Toowoomba's premier parks covering an area of 30 acres (12ha). It's a must-see location with three main feature areas including the award-winning Queensland State Rose Garden, a children's playground and barbecue area, and sports ovals with croquet lawns and cricket pitches. A number of pathways link across the park alongside a collection of murals, plaques and rest areas dotted throughout for the enjoyment of park users.
Great for energetic kids and maybe the big kids too?!
Kloud9ine Trampoline Park
663 Ruthven St
Great for energetic kids and maybe the big kids too?!
Movie anyone?!
Event Cinemas Toowoomba Grand Central
Movie anyone?!
Medical
Location: corner West & James Streets, Toowoomba This centre is open 365 days a year, offers walk-ins with the majority of services bulk billed. Parking available onsite.
Toowoomba Medical & Dental Centre
Location: corner West & James Streets, Toowoomba This centre is open 365 days a year, offers walk-ins with the majority of services bulk billed. Parking available onsite.
For all your pharmaceutical needs.
Scott Street Pharmacy
15 Scott Street
For all your pharmaceutical needs.
For all your pharmaceutical needs.
Moreton and Coote Pharmacy
66A Margaret St
For all your pharmaceutical needs.
St Vincent's Private Hospital Toowoomba
22-36 Scott Street
St Andrews Hospital
280-288 North St
Toowoomba Hospital
154 Pechey St
Arts & Culture
The Empire Theatre is a heritage-listed theatre at 56 & 56A Neil Street, Toowoomba. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on May 31, 1994. Built in 1911, rebuilt in an art deco style in 1933 following a fire and finally restored and reopened in 1997, the Empire Theatre has served as an entertainment hub for Toowoomba and the surrounding areas for over 100 years, playing an integral part in the cultural development of the region. The heritage listed theatre is a building with rich history and fine architecture, including the grand proscenium arch, decorative sconces, original brick walls in the foyers and art-deco style lighting. With modern seating for 1565 people, the theatre continues to receive countless commendations from patrons and performers.
Empire Theatre
The Empire Theatre is a heritage-listed theatre at 56 & 56A Neil Street, Toowoomba. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on May 31, 1994. Built in 1911, rebuilt in an art deco style in 1933 following a fire and finally restored and reopened in 1997, the Empire Theatre has served as an entertainment hub for Toowoomba and the surrounding areas for over 100 years, playing an integral part in the cultural development of the region. The heritage listed theatre is a building with rich history and fine architecture, including the grand proscenium arch, decorative sconces, original brick walls in the foyers and art-deco style lighting. With modern seating for 1565 people, the theatre continues to receive countless commendations from patrons and performers.
Art Gallery
525-531 Ruthven St
Sightseeing
Table Top mountain on the edge of Toowoomba, provides views of the Lockyer Valley and surrounding. The climb itself can be quite demanding with a lot of large steps over the Camel's Hump and a scramble just before the summit. But the reward at the top, with a circuit all the way around, provides a spectacular vista.
Tabletop Drive
Table Top mountain on the edge of Toowoomba, provides views of the Lockyer Valley and surrounding. The climb itself can be quite demanding with a lot of large steps over the Camel's Hump and a scramble just before the summit. But the reward at the top, with a circuit all the way around, provides a spectacular vista.