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.. →
Newtown Park is one of Toowoomba’s premier parks covering an area of 30 acres (12ha). The park is popular for reveling in the delights of the gardens, enjoying family activities, and participating in sport or fitness pursuits.
It’s a must-see location with three main feature areas.. →
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. There are so many amazing.. →
Celebrate the pure love of flowers, gardening and all things horticultural.
The specially-selected Toowoomba Exhibition Gardens are chosen because they are so unique and creative that they deserve a special show all of their own. Be inspired, and perhaps learn a tip or two, at the six private.. →
Each year St Patrick’s Cathedral provides a Floral Display as part of the city-wide celebration of the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers. We enhance the already welcoming interior of the Cathedral as flowers speak every language and addresses every situation in life!
The Floral Display comes.. →
NOSTI presents a delightful display of Australian native orchids, exotic orchids, ferns, bromeliads and foliage plants. Plants, floral art and crafts are for sale with experienced growers and enthusiasts on hand to assist with growing and cultivation tips.
ENQUIRIES: 0405 162 794 or 07 4630.. →
St Luke’s Anglican Church will showcase floral displays by the St Luke’s Floral Group, with music concerts daily at 12:30pm. Visit the hall to see Toowoomba Spinners, Weavers and Dyers, and enjoy artisan stalls, refreshments and a plant stall in the beautiful grounds.
ENQUIRIES: 07.. →
Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery proudly presents a display in the Japanese art of flower arrangement by the Toowoomba Ikebana Group. From traditional use of minimalism to emphasise shape, line and form, Ikebana has become boldly experimental with new designs that continue to push the boundaries of.. →
Cobb+Co Museum has another blooming brilliant festival program with something for the whole family! Surround yourself with a spectacular display of 60 beautiful hanging baskets as part of our annual Hanging Basket Display, proudly supported by Yates.
Visitors can expect to see more than flowers.. →
Join the Geranium Society for a blooming great show and sale. Members will be on hand to share their knowledge on the amazing variety of geraniums. There will also be a huge variety of geraniums for sale – get a souvenir geranium to take home.
Saturday 17 Sept, 8.30am –.. →
One of the most beautiful and peaceful parks in Toowoomba is the University of Southern Queensland’s Japanese Garden. This 3 hectare site is one of Australia’s largest and most traditionally designed Japanese stroll gardens. Ju Raku En, roughly translated, means ‘to enjoy peace and.. →
You won’t want to miss this one day event – Succulent Fest!
Now in its fourth year of providing succulent and plant collectors with a huge variety of succulents, bromeliads, indoor and outdoor plants, garden items, herbs and flowers and hand crafts. 2022 is shaping up to be our.. →
The Toowoomba Clivia Society Inc will conduct its 17th Annual Clivia Show where exhibits of Clivias in flower in a variety of colours and types will be on display with Clivias, seedlings and seeds on sale. There will be a world class display of Clivias in flower with information on how to cultivate.. →
An absolute must for orchid lovers, with inspiration to help you with your own cultivations, while wandering amongst the orchids. Perfume and colour attract the senses on entering the hall along with potting demonstrations.
ENQUIRIES: 0414 908 379
Fri 16 Sept, Sat 17, Sun 18,.. →
Native Plants Queensland, Toowoomba Region will provide visitors with the opportunity to view Native Plant Floral Displays as well as the chance to chat with the locals and get their knowledge. Australian Native Plants in both pots and tube stock will be available for purchase.
There are hundreds of bromeliads, cacti, succulents and foliage to behold at the Bromeliad Show. This event will showcase locally grown bromeliads, succulents and foliage, along with other items for sale. There will be specialty guests for the 3 days as well as G&J Succulents who specialise in.. →
The Bonsai Show features a display presented by members of the Toowoomba Bonsai Group Inc, showcasing many styles and species of trees, including floral bonsai and native Australian species. The show features bonsai from small through to large trees and landscaping settings featuring multiple trees.. →