15 wonderful properties from 11 providers can be booked in Toowoomba Regional with prices starting at $73 a night. By directly analysing these accommodation options, HomeToGo brings you the best deals and the highest rated accommodation options in Toowoomba Regional.
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The weather in Toowoomba
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You can see our climate diagram above. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Toowoomba, with temperatures going under 3°. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is January.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Toowoomba
A few of the listings (18.57%) in Toowoomba Regional are hotel rooms. They are the most prevalent holiday properties there. Additionally, these properties have an average size of 44 m² and an average price of $199 a night. Furthermore, this specific type of lodging is optimal for couples and small groups, since the majority of hotel rooms are able to host groups of 3. If you're searching for another type of accommodation, you could compare some other accommodation types, including house rentals, which are the second most typical type of accommodation in Toowoomba Regional. House rentals in Toowoomba Regional are 152 m² on average, with prices averaging $289 per night.
Toowoomba, also referred to as the Garden City, is located in Darling Downs, Queensland. It is Queensland’s largest inland city.
Voted as one of the most family-friendly towns in Australia, Toowoomba has something for every visitor. From playgrounds for kids, art galleries for the history lovers and Bunya Mountains for the hikers to Picnic Point for the lovebirds, holiday accommodation here offers all the fun activities you could want.
How to get to Toowoomba Regional?
Getting to your Toowoomba Accommodation
Regional flights connect Toowoomba with major Australian cities like Sydney and Melbourne. Brisbane is the nearest major city to Toowoomba. Direct daily flights also serve Brisbane from all major Australian cities. From Brisbane, you can take a bus or train to Toowoomba. A number of companies offer direct bus service. The Queensland Rail train usually takes longer than the bus, but takes you through the pretty scenery of the Darling Downs on the way to your holiday house. Train service is offered a couple of days per week.
If you want to explore the area around Toowoomba, you may want to hire a car from Brisbane Airport, or bring your own. The drive distance is just over 120km to the west. Driving to your accommodation in Toowoomba gives you the freedom to explore the many charming wine routes and restaurant stops along the way, at your own pace.
Where to find the best food in Toowoomba?
What to Eat on Your Holiday in Toowoomba
Toowoomba is becoming increasingly known as a foodie destination, with trends previously seen only in places like Melbourne. The town is filled with incredible restaurants serving the best in Australian and international cuisine. Ice 'n' Spice is an Indian establishment serving authentic and traditional dishes from Northern India. The restaurant has been voted the best place to dine in Toowoomba several times, thanks to its elegant decor and delicious food.
Seasons on Ruthven serves a variety of Modern Australian dishes, with an international twist. This is the restaurant to go to for a romantic night out. The intimate decor is perfect for a date night with that special someone. Those wanting to enjoy the history of Toowoomba should try Gip's, which is housed in one of the original houses in town dating from the 1860s. Soak in the history and traditional decor while enjoying steaks, lamb, and fresh seafood.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Toowoomba Regional?
Art and culture in Toowoomba
Cobb & Co Museum features galleries that portray Toowoomba’s cultural history. You will get to familiarise yourself with the evolution of Australia’s transport system from way back. The museum also allows you to indulge in silversmithing, blacksmithing and other activities to create unique souvenirs to exhibit at home. At the New National Collection Gallery, you can play interactive games and also follow clues.
The First Coat Outdoor Gallery brings out the exciting and prominent art scene of Toowoomba. It is the largest outdoor gallery in the state. Take a walk downtown and experience the spectacular mural paintings and graffiti. The delicacies available at the eateries in alleys are mouthwatering.
Where are the unique attractions in Toowoomba?
What to see while visiting Toowoomba
For a panoramic view of the city, the Picnic Point Lookout and Parkland sit on the Great Dividing Range crest. Capture the beauty of Toowoomba in full dimension. Enjoy a meal at the Cafe in Lion Park as you feel the ambience of the artificial waterfall. There is a mushroomed water tower at the Picnic Point which is a good spot for an "Insta moment".
The Empire Theatre is the biggest regional performing arts complex in Australia. Watch world-class performances from international artists.
What are the best events and festivals in Toowoomba?
Festivals and events in Toowoomba
Nothing compares to the Award-winning Carnival of Flowers, an annual live music festival. The incredible Grande Central Floral Parade for remarkable street performers, floral floats and amazing inflatables on the streets of Toowoomba. You will experience ecstatic performances on the three day Heritage Bank Live Concert Series. You can even engage in wine tasting from Toowoomba’s vineyards.
Half the experience is interacting with the friendly marketers during the monthly Crafts market. The Queens Park Crafts Markets are held on Sunday near the Margret Streets and the Corner of Hume. Experience shopping for fresh produce as you dance to the chill music playing and buy souvenirs at different auction points.
You get to experience the four seasons most distinctively at the Garden City. From the spring colour riot to the crisp winter air, unclothed autumn trees and bright summers. Toowoomba is the place to create family memories as you explore the magnificent sites. One time is never enough.
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