2019 Clean Up Australia Day

It’s not too late to register for Clean Up Australia Day this Sunday 3rd March, 2019 You’ve still got time to gather your friends and family together on Sunday to join hundreds of thousands of fellow Australians who will be taking to their streets, parks, beaches, rivers and waterways to help clean up their local […]

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March Royal Bull’s Head Inn Open Day

This open day at the Royal Bull’s Head Inn on Sunday 3rd March, you’ll have an opportunity to speak with Brenton Kinnear from Kinnear’s Antiques who is coming along to demonstrate how to restore and retain the unique character of your antique furniture. Ever been curious on the mystery of French Polishing? Have a project […]

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The Chronicle Lifeline Bookfest Is On Again!

On Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March, the Founders Pavilion at the Toowoomba Showgrounds will be stacked full of books, toys and games for the annual Chronicle Lifeline Bookfest. Now in its 39 th year the event is the major fundraiser for Lifeline Darling Downs & South West Qld Ltd. Lifeline Darling Downs CEO, Derek […]

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World Science Festival Brisbane Returns To Toowoomba

World Science Festival Brisbane regional program will bring science to life for Toowoomba residents on Friday 22 – Saturday 23 March following the 2019 program announcement recently. For two days Cobb+Co Museum will be turned into ascience playground where visitors will be able to meet a range of top scientists, learn about cool jobs of […]

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Multicultural Men’s Shed For Darling Heights Community

A group of volunteers is working on a project to build a multicultural men’s shed at Darling Heights State School to help upskill and integrate migrant men into the community. Darling Heights State School parent/student engagement officer Ricky Adams approached the Toowoomba West Men’s Shed last year to be involved in the project and they […]

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Remembering Our War Animals

Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting the community to remember our war animals on National Purple Poppy Day. The Animal War Memorial at the Queensland State Rose Garden, Newtown will host a commemoration service at 9.00am on Sunday, 24th February. Toowoomba Regional Council Deputy Mayor Cr Carol Taylor said animals have served our nation in war, […]

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Richest Ever Local Bowls Carnival

The North Toowoomba Bowls Club will stage Toowoomba’s richest-ever Lawn Bowls carnival this weekend when the 2019 $12,000 Great Northern Brewing Company Australia Day Open Prestige Fours is contested over 3 days at the North Toowoomba greens. A capacity field of 32 teams (132 players)will play in the Fours carnival on Saturday 26th & Sunday […]

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“Boxing Kangaroo” To Speak On Australia Day At Highfields Pioneer Village

Indigenous Queenslander, 22 yr old boxing champion Clay Waterman known as the “Boxing Kangaroo”, began boxing at the age of 10. He became Australia’s first ever Amateur Boxing World Champion at 15 years of age. Clay travelled to Kazakhstan to compete at the World Junior Amateur Championships In July 2011, Leading into the championships – […]

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