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Quest Toowoomba

133 Margaret Street, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
A modern facility in the town centre, nice change from the usual Toowoomba 70's double brick motels.
A Traveller
Comprising of 74 fully self-contained Studio, One and Two Bedroom apartments, Quest Toowoomba, the anticipated 4.5 star …More
Toowoomba Central Plaza Apartment Hotel - Toowoomba Hotels

Toowoomba Central Plaza Apartment Hotel

532-544 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
"Great apartment but disappointing breakfast. "
Breakfast a very basic continental set up in a conference room. Not usual standard you would get in hotel. The rooms are all self contained so would have been better to self cater. Otherwise very spacious. Booking was for 1 queen, 2 single but had a double instead which girls needed to share. annoying for teenage girls but rooms all lovely.
Traveller from brisbane
When looking for quality accommodation in Toowoomba earmark Toowoomba Central Plaza Apartment Hotel as your first choice …More
Burke and Wills Hotel - Toowoomba Hotels

Burke and Wills Hotel

554 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
Good value. Nice old school decor. Home away from home.
A Traveller
City Golf Club Motel - Toowoomba Hotels

City Golf Club Motel

775 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
"Great staff and accomodation"
Highly recommended we will stay here on our next visit to Toowoomba
A Traveller
21 on Hursley Motel Apartments - Toowoomba Hotels
AU$199

21 on Hursley Motel Apartments

21 Hursley Road, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
"Huge apartment, wonderful staff"
I had a fantastic stay at this hotel. The owner is very attentive and friendly and the apartment is clean and wonderfully presented. I would recommend it to anyone.
A Traveller
Downs Motel - Toowoomba Hotels

Downs Motel

669 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
"Nice and close to everything"
My daughter especially loved the complimentary mini bar
Traveller from Brisbane Qld
Best Western Plus Ambassador on Ruthven Motor Inn - Toowoomba Hotels

Best Western Plus Ambassador on Ruthven Motor Inn

200 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
"Australia and its biggest inland city"
Had a fantastic time staying at Best Western i Toowoomba. City life was both vibrant and fun. A no drama fun filled action packed weekend.
A Traveller
Comfort Inn Grammar View - Toowoomba Hotels

Comfort Inn Grammar View

39 Margaret Street, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
"Comfort in the name, comfort in the room."
Excellent room, easy to access, friendly staff. Will stay again!
A Traveller
The Comfort Inn Grammar View proudly boasts one of the premier locations in Toowoomba. Situated on the quiet, tree lined …More
Great Divide Motor Inn - Toowoomba Hotels
AU$180

Great Divide Motor Inn

5 Herries St, Toowoomba - Map
 
 
"suited my needs whilst on a work trip for a week"
friendly staff and comfortable room. didn't realise cheap rate meant no housekeeping apart from first morning and bin emptied after that but not a big issue for me
A Traveller
Park Motor Inn - Toowoomba Hotels

Park Motor Inn

88 Margaret St., Toowoomba - Map
 
 
Rooms a bit old and run down, but comfortable and clean.
A Traveller
Located off major highways in quiet tree lined Margaret St. Healthy Hotels sanitized beds and carpets. Austar Satellite TV …More

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    Pocket Guide: Toowoomba

    Looking for a hot spot for your next Queensland getaway? Then head to Toowoomba, Australia’s 'Garden City'. With its colourful and well-maintained gardens and historic buildings, it’s no surprise that Toowoomba is considered one of the country’s most beautiful cities, even winning the prestigious title of Australia’s Tidiest Town in 2008. Come see it for yourself with a stay in one of our Toowoomba hotels.

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    Toowoomba was discovered in 1827 when English explorer Allan Cunningham found a large region suitable for farming and grazing. This area was dubbed the Darling Downs and has been known as one of Australia’s best farming regions even to this day. The Darling Downs brought prosperity to the Toowoomba region, which is reflected in its architecture. Many of the buildings in Toowoomba and its surrounding areas are heritage-listed, such as the Caledonian Estate suburb which features workers’ cottages and palatial homes built in the traditional Queenslander style, and the art deco-style Empire Theatre, which remains the largest regional theatre in Australia. Of course, you can’t discuss Toowoomba’s architecture without mentioning the Toowoomba City Hall, a colonial building made from red and white brick and the first purpose-built city hall in Queensland. Today, the hall houses a theatre and the Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery. You can see these magnificent buildings and many more on a heritage walk tour around the city.

    If Toowoomba’s architecture gives it its historic charm, the city’s parks and gardens are what make it truly memorable. The city’s nickname of ‘The Garden City’ is well-deserved, with over 150 public parks and gardens spread throughout the city. You can see beautiful roses of all colours at the Newton Park State Rose Garden, sit under the shade of curving, scented trees at the Laurel Bank Park or enjoy a walk through the peaceful Japanese Garden and unleash your inner Zen. You don’t need to go to a park to enjoy the beauty of nature though; Toowoomba’s streets are lined with lilac jacarandas, evergreen camphor laurels, and plane trees that turn gorgeous shades of red and brown in autumn.

    The city’s love for its parks and gardens culminates in the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, held over 10 days in September. The event is one of the most famous in Australia, with people from all over the world coming to visit! See colourful arrangements made with flowers of all types, join a guided tour of Toowoomba’s prize-winning gardens, or take part in the festival’s other fun activities. Check out some live concerts, an outdoor movie screening or the exciting Floral Parade. For more family fun, Toowoomba also proves popular during the first holiday season of the year, when Easterfest takes over the city. A music festival that stretches through the long weekend, Easterfest includes carnival rides, extreme sports displays and – of course – live music!

    So to experience all Toowoomba has to offer, drive or take a coach from Brisbane and enjoy the easy 90-minute journey. Coming in from overseas or interstate? You’ll need one of our flights to Brisbane before you can set off on your way to The Garden City. Of course, don’t forget your Toowoomba accommodation! Check out our range below.
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