Furry Family Members Meet Santa At Grand Central

Santa arrived at Grand Central on the weekend, causing much excitement amongst the children – and the pets! – of Toowoomba. Grand Central Marketing Manager Marieke Bridgeman said the Centre was hosting Santa pet photography sessions again this year. “Last year’s Santa pet photos were a big hit, so they’re back again!” she said. m“We […]

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Police Operation Cracks Down On Fake Registration Plates

A police road safety operation focusing on motorists with fake registration plates and unregistered vehicles has launched across Queensland. The three-month operation code named Operation Quebec Yield will also involve officers targeting drivers for red light, mobile phone and seat belt offences. Road Policing Command Superintendent David Johnson said police had recently noticed an increase […]

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Royal Bull’s Head Inn Open Day

This open day, Sunday November 4th, we have art work on display completed by Toowoomba local – Roslyn Hartwig.  Her water paintings have gained many awards and she has a special collection “Essence of Toowoomba” is a series of watercolour paintings depicting iconic local scenes. Everyone is welcome to come along to see her selected […]

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Information For Families To Help Drug Users

The Breakthrough for Families Program helps families and significant others of individuals affected by ice and other drugs – in particular families with children, to obtain information, develop support strategies and connect to treatment and other services. The program provides families and the broader community affected by ice, alcohol and other drugs access to free, […]

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Visit Gemfest 20/21 October At Centenary Heights High School

Come and see a wide range of cut and uncut gemstones, jewellery, semi-precious gemstones, beads, pearls and opals. See crystal and mineral specimens from all over the world.  Carvings from precious and semi-precious stones are great for gifts, including Christmas presents.  All items are for sale.

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How About Humour For Breakfast?

If you feel like a good laugh and a hearty breakfast, the Highfields Pioneer Village is hosting the Bush Poets Breakfast on Sunday the 21st of October from 7:30am to 9:30am, showcasing bush humour by renowned poet Greg North. Greg was a resident of the Blue Mountains NSW, he is a writer and performer of bush poetry […]

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DDHS Mental Health Week Event

A free Mental Health Week event is being held to break down stigmas about mental health issues and facilities. – Darling Downs Health’s Mental Health Week event will be held at McDonald Hall, Baillie Henderson Hospital, on Tuesday 9 October from 10am to 2pm. More than 40 mental health service providers will attend including Headspace, […]

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Lost Trades Fair Returns To Toowoomba

The popular Lost Trades Fair returns to Cobb+Co Museum in Toowoomba on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October 2018, showcasing master artisans demonstrating and sharing their skills and talent in more than 50 heritage trades. An amazing variety of artisans will be on display including a sixth generation cooper (barrels maker) plus stonemasons, weavers, blacksmiths, […]

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