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Queensland State Rose Garden Stage 2 Opening

Queensland’s State Rose Garden in Newtown Park, Toowoomba & Toowoomba Regional Council officially opened Stage 2 on Saturday, 21st October, 2017, commencing at 10am in Newtown Park.   Five Gardens were opened: 1 Heritage Roses in Australia Collection This collection is from part of David Ruston’s Original Collection which consists of old roses, often found […]

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Lost Trades Fair 2017 At Cobb + Co Museum, Toowoomba

Master artisans and traditional tradesmen and women with hundreds of combined years of training are demonstrating and sharing their skills and talent for heritage trades at the first Lost Trades Fair to be held in Queensland. You are invited to come and see trades being practised, just as they always have been, but usually behind […]

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USQ Technologies Leading To A Revolution In Agriculture

Through continued innovation and productivity improvements, Australian agricultural production was once increasing rapidly – however more recent times have seen productivity growth slowed, commodity prices remaining stagnant and input costs continuing to rise.   With the need to do more with less, are humans limiting potential? University of Southern Queensland (USQ) researchers are exploring new […]

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2017 Carnival Of Flowers At Hand

Spectacular gardens, country touring, live music and local food & wine plus much more.The locals love it and visitors travel from all over the country to be part of it. Now in its 68th year the award-winning Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers 15th t0 24th September….. Program, Details of Events and Tickets

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Celebrate National Science Week With A Night At The Museum.

Scientific innovations will be in the spotlight on Friday 18 August when National Science Week celebrations come to Cobb+Co Museum. After Dark: Science Fusion is a ticketed all ages event which will run from 5:30pm to 9pm and include talks from scientists, hands-on science activities and live music set in the surrounds of the iconic […]

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Blood Donors Needed This Winter In Toowoomba And Ipswich

The Australian Red Cross Blood Service in Toowoomba needs another 200 donors and Ipswich another 80, to give blood in the coming weeks, as winter takes its toll on national blood stocks. Sandee Thompson from the Blood Service urged new and lapsed donors to roll up their sleeves and give blood this winter, when the […]

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Don’t Miss Visiting The Camellia Show Winter Garden

Rangeville’s “Stirling” was officially announced as the Toowoomba Camellia Show and Garden Expo’s “Winter Garden” at a ceremony on Friday, 30th June.  “Stirling” is the proud home of popular gardeners Dr Viola Nicolson and Colin Fitzgerald and sits at 32 Leslie Street, Rangeville. It was previously known as “Manooka” however Viola and Colin renamed it […]

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