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5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 5 Apr 2021
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"Very happy, staff are friendly and accommodating, our room was clean and modern."
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  • Laurel Bank Park
    Laurel Bank Park is a beautiful 4.5 hectare parkland close to Toowoomba's city centre, featuring spectacular manicured gardens, a scented garden, a collection of exotic trees, a playground, picnic area, gazebo and croquet greens. Beautiful year-round, but known for its sublime spring displays and avenues of cherry blossoms, it is most magnificent during Carnival of Flowers each September. The Scented Gardens, are a 'garden within a garden' created from ideas presented by the Downs Association of the Blind, and feature fragrant blooms, herbs and shrubs in raised beds. The park came into being in 1932 when Darling Downs Building Society Managing Director, Mr Samuel George Stephens, donated the land to the people of Toowoomba, with the City Council official custodian. Prior to gifting the land, Mr Stephens improved it with shrubs and flowers, and was known to many as 'the man of flowers'.
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  • Cobb+Co Museum
    Toowoomba's must-see tourist destination! Part of the Queensland Museum Network and home to the National Carriage Collection, discover a variety of interactive displays, exhibits and heritage trade workshops. Immerse yourself in Toowoomba's natural and cultural history and revisit an Australian transport era. Wander through the charming National Carriage Collection and discover how the 47 horse-drawn vehicles played an important role in the development of Queensland. Put your power to the test in the Energy for Life Discovery Centre and explore how your body uses and stores energy and how we can use energy more sustainably. The kids will love stepping back in time to play in The Coach Stop play area. Watch them become shop attendants in the old Museum General Store, dress them up in old fashion clothes or give them a ride on the life-sized replica horse. Get your hands on history with a variety of heritage workshops with one to five day workshops suited from beginner to expert. Experience the satisfaction of learning a traditional skill and creating something beautiful yet functional by hand. Take a break in Cobb's Coffee Shop and try Toowoomba's best scones! Located a just short walk across from Toowoomba's iconic Queens Park. Museum admission is free for Toowoomba Regional Council residents with proof of residency.
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  • Queens Park Botanic Gardens
    A stroll through the State Heritage listed Queens Park and Botanic Gardens is an absolute must for any visitor to the Garden City. Set across more than 25 picturesque hectares, the parkland has been enjoyed by generations of locals and regional visitors since it first opened to the public in the late 1800s. It's a beautiful calm space where nature showcases its seasonal offerings, alongside the city's bustling CBD. In spring and summer, riotous colour spots garden beds in a shout out to the warmer weather, while autumn obliges with its own radiant show. Dollops of red and orange swirl across the landscape as the leaves of giant deciduous trees transform and fall, laying a textured, multi-coloured carpet underneath. A variety of community activities and annual events are also hosted at Queens Park and Botanic Gardens with Toowoomba's internationally renowned Carnival of Flowers and its signature Flower, Food and Wine Festival leading the way.
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  • Miles Historical Village Museum
    The Miles Historical Village Museum and Visitor Information Centre is open from 8.30 am until 4.30 pm every day except Christmas Day. The facility is located on the eastern entrance to Miles on the Warrego Highway. The Museum features over 34 original and replica buildings set in a streetscape reminiscent of a town from the late 1800s. Each building houses their own special collection. The facility also contains a War Museum containing photographs, stories, militaria from the Light Horse in WW1 through to the Vietnam War. The Norman Donpon Lapidary display houses a remarkable collection of fossil woods, ferns, fine agates, crystals and minerals from around the world. This facility takes the visitor on a nostalgic and surprising journey through the lives of the people of the district who lived, worked and socialised in this region. Each year thousands of visitors are impressed by the Historical Village Museum, it's collections and displays. An experience not to be missed!
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  • DownsSteam Tourist Railway & Museum
    DownsSteam is a community based solely volunteer run organisation dedicated to the establishment of a tourist railway for the Darling Downs region. DownsSteam was formed to enable the preservation and active restoration of the last remaining steam locomotive built at the historic Toowoomba Foundry Company, C16-106 Southern Cross Works No 28 circa 1914. Along with C16-106, and BB18¼ 1037 (currently under restoration), we have former Commissioner’s Inspection Railmotors, which we anticipate will travel to various towns on the Downs. Since formation in 2001, DownsSteam has established an active railway precinct on the former Drayton sidings and acquired a large rolling stock fleet. Come and enjoy delicious food and coffee at CaféLoco on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Every 3rd Saturday of the month, we hold our Super Saturdays with a sausage sizzle, live music and often a heritage bus ride and Steam Up of our locomotives.
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  • Balonne Shire Visitor Information Centre
    The friendly staff and volunteers at this accredited visitor information centre will fill you in on plenty of experiences for you to enjoy while in St George and within their shire spanning over 31,119 square kilometres. Whether it's brochures and maps, or general tourist advice you need, the Balonne Shire Visitor Information Centre has it covered.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Southern Queensland hotels

Highlander Motor Inn & Apartments, Potters Hotel, and Burke & Wills Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Japanese Garden. See the full list: Hotels near Japanese Garden.

Popular hotels close to Queens Park Botanic Gardens include Comfort Inn Grammar View, Laguna Serviced Apartments Toowoomba, and Burke & Wills Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Queens Park Botanic Gardens.

Popular hotels close to Brisbane Intl Airport include Kingsford Smith Motel, Alcyone Hotel Residences, and Pullman Brisbane Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Brisbane Intl Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Cobb+Co Museum are Comfort Inn Grammar View, Applegum Inn, and Blue Violet Motor Inn. See the full list: Hotels near Cobb+Co Museum.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Southern Queensland are Room Motels Kingaroy, Starline Motor Inn, and Alure Stanthorpe. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Southern Queensland.

Platinum International, Macintyre Motor Inn, and Best Western Tuscany On Tor Motor Inn have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Southern Queensland. See the full list: Spa Resorts Southern Queensland.

Northpoint Motel, 53 on Victoria, and Sunray Motor Inn all received great reviews from families travelling in Southern Queensland. See the full list: Family Hotels Southern Queensland.

53 on Victoria, Abbey Boutique Hotel, and Alure Stanthorpe received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Southern Queensland. See the full list: Romantic Hotels Southern Queensland.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Southern Queensland include Stannum Lodge Motor Inn, Sunray Motor Inn, and Highlander Motor Inn & Apartments. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Southern Queensland.