Long or Short stays in Toowoomba

Monthly Guide - TOOWOOMBA ACCOMMODATION

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Lots of country visitors are down for the Sales from Boxing Day onwards.

 

The Empire Theatre re-opens mid month. Book If you need to stay in town book early to avoid disappointment as everyone stays longer than usual due to transfers and back to school in Toowoomba.

 

With summer in full swing, children love the wave pool at Milne Bay Aquatic Centre.

 

February

As with all months, February offers Sunday markets every week-end.

 

With concerts plus in February visit the Empire Theatre's excellent website.

 

Don't forget the swap meet at the showgrounds.

 

 

March

Its the main Toowoomba Show along with The Weetwood Cup and

Toowoomba Cup to bring the glamour into town, a sight we have all

become accustomed to.

 

 

April

With Easter being early this year, the Gospel music Festival will have some

competition for everyone's attention.

 

Along with the Autumn Home Show it's a big month.

 

People needing to stay for weeks at a time, book early!!

 

May

Enjoy the beginning of the crisp fresh air that is part of Toowoomba's

perrential charm, while you take a leisurely drive out to Preston Peak winery

and look back at Toowoomba from the spectacular southern ridge or

visit the Pioeer Village at Highfields.

 

All wonderful to walk around when the weather is cool.

 

June

The busiest month in Toowoomba!

 

if you want to experience a mild, but exhilarating winter, now's the time to do it!!

 

The Toowoomba Art Gallery have a wide variety of exhibitions from paintings,

jewellery, textiles photography and mixed media with a constantly changing

display to delight visitors.

 

July

Always James Street Trash and Treasure Markets every Sunday

July offers an opportunity to enjoy Christmas in July at any one of Toowoomba’s marvellous restaurants and really feel the winter joy of hot Turkey and plum pudding with all the festive trimmings.

 

August

Busy time -book well ahead if you need to come to town.

 Ag Show top of the agenda.

The Chocolate Shop at Highfields is always a treat and open all week-end

and most week days to look after those who appreciate a mountain view

with their lunch and the pleasure of hand made chocolates with their coffee.

 

September

Flowers, flowers, flowers in Toowoomba!


Plus Ag-show and sporting events.

 

While the Carnival of Flowers is in the third week of the month, see the gardens the weeks before and the weeks after as the annuals are spectacular for the whole month Spring Bluff Railway station is one of Toowoomba’s special places.

 

The gardens up there are is glorious at this time of year and only a few kilometres out of town.

 

October

Usually brings our equestrian people to town, for horse shows and sales. Homes Show time again.

 

But nothing can upstage the Year 12 in all their finery on the biggest night of the year for them

Formal nights are the highlight of year 12.

 

Celebrating the end of all that hard work and the beginning of a new era in their lives.

 

November

More Year 12 formals to bring country people into town........and then  break up month for all the boarding students and parents arrive in their hundreds with trailers to take home the entire years collection of odd socks, unwashed clothes and priceless works of art along with three times the number of items their off-spring arrived at school with.

 

This is also your opportunity to support the Bush Christmas markets which starts in the last week of November and will be held.

 

There is also craft markets at the Queens Park .

 

They are held on the 3rd Sunday and always have extra special handmade gifts at this time of year.

 

December

School holidays and families are on the move through Toowoomba.

 

Book early for Christmas as family accommodation is harder to get over that week.

 

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Queens's Park in flower

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Empire Theatre

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Beautiful Tabletop Mountain

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Japanese Gardens