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Hanging Baskets Shine At Museum

Over 60 local artisans and gardeners, as well as school children, community groups and aged care residents have helped Cobb+Co Museum put its own twist on the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers festivities. To celebrate Carnival, the Museum in conjunction with Yates, has been running a Hanging Basket design competition. Each basket has been lovingly created […]

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Portrait Of Australia

Stories told through the lens of Australian Geographic, is a stunning collection of photographs from the acclaimed 30-year anniversary book “A Portrait of Australia”, now exhibited at Cobb+Co Museum in Lindsay Street, Toowoomba. Celebrating the bush, the outback, the coast and the people who live there, the exhibition transports you to some of the most […]

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Maker Space School Holiday Program

Cobb+Co’s Maker Space school holiday program has kicked off! The Museum has been transformed into a maze of fun with many activities to take part in as kids use their imagination and a range of recycled and unique materials to build and make some very special creations. Kids can stimulate their imagination at the following activity […]

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New Sciencentre Brings Energy To Life

Imaginations are being sparked and curious minds enthralled at Cobb+Co Museum’s brand new Sciencentre which has opened in time for school holiday fun. The Sciencentre is a new permanent discovery zone allowing visitors of all ages to be curious about their world, ask questions and test ideas in this fun and experience rich environment. Queensland […]

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Pub Rock At The Museum

Join us for a special Sunday Pub Rock Bush BBQ Session at Cobb+Co Museum as you explore the Bush Mechanics Exhibition. Enjoy live music by local rock cover band Back ‘n’ Business, beer tasting by Four Brothers Brewery, slot-car racing with your own individually designed slot car, air-brushing demonstrations by local artisan Wayne Ogden, special […]

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Lost Trades Fair In Toowoomba

Master artisans and traditional tradesmen and women with hundreds of combined years of training will demonstrate and share their skills and talent for heritage trades at Lost Trades Fair Queensland at Cobb+Co Museum, Lindsay Street, Toowoomba. Come and see trades being practised, just as they always have been, but usually behind closed workshop doors. Find […]

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X Marks The Spot

USQ’s bid to preserve traditional Indigenous game It’s like noughts and crosses, but played by young hunters in pre-colonial Australia. Visitors to Toowoomba’s Cobb+Co Museum, part of the Queensland Museum Network, would be familiar with the floor game Burguu Matya, a traditional Australian Aboriginal activity from the Wiradjuri people. In a bid to share this […]

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Wildlife Rangers School Holiday Fun

Kids can step into the shoes of a Wildlife Ranger these school holidays at Cobb+Co Museum. Running each weekday until Thursday 18th April, a variety of animals will visit the Museum for the Wildlife Rangers school holiday program. With live animal shows daily, children have the opportunity to meet furry new friends and learn all […]

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