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Gumbi Gumbi Gardens

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

The garden was designed in close partnership with respected Historical Elders from Toowoomba and Elders of the Jarowair people. Featuring more than 100 plant species, the garden displays an extensive array of Indigenous flora used by the local Aboriginal communities for a range of purposes, including food and medicine.


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.


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.


Peacehaven Botanic Park

Peacehaven Botanic Park is set in the leafy suburb of Highfields, 15 minutes drive north of the Toowoomba CBD. The park is home to more than 200 different species of native plants and scores of birds and wildlife.


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.


Queens Park Floral Displays

Queens Park - Botanic Gardens Cnr Lindsay & Campbell Street, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia

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.

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Carnival Memorabilia

Toowoomba City Library 155 Herries Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Celebrate the 75th anniversary of the iconic Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers by exploring its history and how it grew into the award winning event it is today.

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Info Hub at Toowoomba City Library

Toowoomba City Library 155 Herries Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Want more info about Carnival or what to see while you are in town? Visit our Info Hub at the Toowoomba City Library for the low down, to pick up a map and browse the official merchandise.

Toowoomba East State School Hanging Basket Competition

Toowoomba East State School - School Hall 50 Arthur Street, Toowoomba

The Toowoomba East State School annual hanging basket competition is a spectacular floral showcase of over 400 hanging baskets made by students and community members.

$1 – $2

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.


Toowoomba Art Society Spring Exhibition

Toowoomba Art Society 1 Godsall Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Conveniently located next door to the delightful Queens Park Botanic Gardens, the Toowoomba Art Society's Spring exhibition is a worthwhile stop during your visit.


The Shiny Happy Ideas Show

The Lighthouse Toowoomba 126 Margaret Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

The Shiny Happy Ideas Show - floral abundance with much love! Dive into a colour-filled exhibition; a riotous experience guaranteed to uplift your soul and fill your heart with the endless possibilities that joy and creativity can bring to your life.


Spring Symphony Exhibition

The Toowoomba Gallery 3 Railway Street, Toowoomba, QLD

Following their sell-out solo shows in the southern states, Esmae Barry and Ka Mo are bringing their incredible works together for the first time in Toowoomba.

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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.

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Carnival Queens Exhibition

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

In celebration of Toowoomba Carnival of Flower’s 75th anniversary, this exhibition will bring together works by local artists that respond to the theme 'Carnival Queens', blending contemporary art with the rich history of Carnival.

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Floating on by Exhibition

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

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery's exhibition 'Floating on by' showcases unexpected and fun artworks from the Gallery's collections that respond to historical photographs of parade floats throughout the Carnival’s history.


Itty Bitty Grand Central Floral Parade

Grand Central, Toowoomba Cnr Margaret & Dent Streets, Toowoomba, QLD

The Itty Bitty Grand Central Floral Parade allows those that can’t participate in the main parade event to showcase their creativity, community spirit and love of Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers…in miniature!

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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.

Alice’s Garden Holiday Activities

Toowoomba City Library 155 Herries Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Step into Alice's Garden where danger and magic await! Visit the fairy garden and make your own wings, escape the Red Queen's dungeon, stop by the Mad Hatter millinery and follow the white rabbit through a scavenger hunt. Wonderland awaits you at Toowoomba City Library!

Boyce Gardens Guided Tour

Boyce Gardens 6 Range Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Sunday 15 Sept - 10:00am - 3:00pm Pack a picnic and discover this heritage-listed patch of paradise while listening to engaging talks from The University of Queensland researchers and alumni. Then, join a guided tour of the garden which boasts a surprising variety of plant life, including a breathtaking indigenous rainforest, a pine plantation andContinue reading →


Boyce Gardens

Boyce Gardens 6 Range Street, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Friday 13th Sept until Monday 7th Oct- 9:00am - 4:00pm An often undiscovered gem, Boyce Gardens is a patch of paradise found minutes from the city centre and boasts a surprising variety of plant life. This stunning site is named after Leslie and Margaret Boyce who established the garden in 1930. In May 1969, theContinue reading →