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Picnic Point

Picnic Point 164 Tourist Road, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Perched atop the crest of the Great Dividing Range is Picnic Point. The panoramic 180 degree views will take your breath away, stretching out over the valley to surrounding mountain, the deep gorges below and the world heritage area of the Scenic Rim.

Free

Laurel Bank Park Floral Displays

Laurel Bank Park 50 Hill Street, Toowoomba, Qld, Australia

Laurel Bank Park is one of Toowoomba’s premier parks and provides a majestic oasis close to the heart of town. The park features manicured gardens, mature trees, children’s play equipment, barbecue and picnic areas and two croquet lawns and is a must-see destination during Carnival.

FREE

Spring Bluff Railway Station Gardens

Spring Bluff Station Gardens 59 McCormack Drive, Spring Bluff, QLD, Australia

Heritage-listed Spring Bluff Railway Station is home to over 150 years of railway history and beautifully landscaped gardens that will stop you in your tracks! The springtime garden exhibit is absolutely stunning with thousands of petals putting on a magnificent display through an array of poppies, ranunculi, stocks, snap dragons, petunias and many more other annuals bursting into colour under the warm sunshine.

Free

Queens Park Floral Displays

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. Spread across 25 hectares, Queens Park is something to behold, with bright flower beds, large canopies of stately trees and acres of expansive green lawns, plus two playgrounds to delight the kids and an off-leash area that keeps the local dogs very happy.

FREE

Japanese Garden Ju Raku En

University of Southern Queensland 487 West Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

One of the most beautiful and peaceful parks in Toowoomba is the University of Southern Queensland's Japanese Garden. ‘Ju Raku En’ roughly translates to mean 'to enjoy peace and longevity in a public place' and was opened on 21 April 1989.

Toowoomba Clivia Society Annual Show

TAFE Horticultural Pavillion Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, QLD

See the gorgeous exhibition of flowering clivias in flower at the 19th Toowoomba Clivia Society Annual Show! A variety of flowering clivia colours and types will be on display, along with sales of plants, seedlings and seeds.

$3

St Patrick’s Cathedral Floral Display

St Patrick's Cathedral 154 James St, Toowoomba, Qld, Australia

Step into the beauty of St Patrick’s Cathedral this spring and be enchanted by the floral display, created in celebration of Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.

Free

Bolton Film Collection at Queensland Museum Cobb+Co

Queensland Museum Cobb+Co 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, Qld, Australia

Get ready to party among the petals! Now in full swing for its 11th year, the museum will burst into a botanical celebration during Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers with its iconic Hanging Basket Display.

Queensland Museum Cobb+Co Hanging Basket Display

Queensland Museum Cobb+Co 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, Qld, Australia

Get ready to party among the petals! Now in full swing for its 11th year, the museum will burst into a botanical celebration during Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers with its iconic Hanging Basket Display.

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Ikebana Display | Toowoomba Ikebana Group

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery 531 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Get ready to be mesmerized by the annual Ikebana display at Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery! This traditional Japanese art form incorporates fresh and dried flowers into sculptural works of art; these ephemeral pieces only last for the duration of the display.

Free
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Twilight Tours

Laurel Bank Park 50 Hill Street, Toowoomba, Qld, Australia

Enter the twilight zone and discover the secret world of the parklands by night. This is your chance to see and hear from the experts about the darker side of plant life in a one-hour nocturnal tour of Laurel Bank Park. Throw the spotlight on some shady characters from far off places like English and Spanish oaks, Gingko trees and Japanese maples. Track down exotic and rare species and find out what goes on behind the scenes to create our picture-perfect park.

$10
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Garden Info Stand – Laurel Bank Park

Laurel Bank Park 50 Hill Street, Toowoomba, Qld, Australia

Saturday 14th September until Monday 7th October Dig up the dirt with our expert Toowoomba Regional Council gardeners! That's right - it's your chance to ask the gardeners for their tips, tricks and just how they put together the amazing floral displays every year! Our lovely bunch of gardeners will have info stands in bothContinue reading →

Between the Rock and the Hard Place

Eiser Street Baptist Church 11 Eiser Street, Toowoomba, QLD

Vibrant blooms will adorn Eiser Street Baptist Church as it showcases 'Between the Rock and the Hard Place', a display of floral creations by Toowoomba Floral Art Group.

Live gospel music will fill the church from 10am - 11am, and morning tea will be available for purchase, served between 10am - 12pm.

St Matthew’s In Bloom

St Matthews Anglican Parish Beatrice Street, Drayton, QLD, Australia

A visit to the heritage listed St Matthew's church is a must for history and architecture enthusiasts.
The church interior will be resplendent in a glorious display of floral arrangements. Browse the outdoor gardens, treat yourself with a purchase from the craft and plant stalls or enjoy a Devonshire tea.

Donation

Toowoomba Bonsai Group Exhibition

Rose Cottage, Newtown Park 129 Holberton Street, Newtown, QLD

Take a glimpse into the traditional styles and species of bonsai from Japan and China at the Toowoomba Bonsai Group Exhibition.

$4

Native Plants Display and Sale

TAFE Horticultural Pavilion, Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE Behind Cobb+Co, 27 Lindsay St, Toowoomba, Qld, Australia

Discover a stunning array of well established Australian native plants on display by Native Plants Queensland, Toowoomba Region.

Free

Toowoomba Exhibition Gardens

A garden event like no other! Toowoomba Exhibition Gardens will feature five beautiful, well-established private home gardens for your viewing pleasure.

$5 – $20

The Chronicle Garden Competition

The Garden City is home to thousands of passionate gardeners who work year-round transforming their private gardens into stunning floral showpieces. The Chronicle Garden Competition offers visitors the opportunity to visit the beautiful gardens that have been entered.

$2.80