Toowoomba CBD


Smart Parking In Toowoomba CBD Switched On

Smart Parking in the Toowoomba CBD has been switched on from 28th July, with paid parking in bays recommencing.TRC Infrastructure Committee Portfolio Leader Cr Melissa Taylor welcomed the new technology which will allow residents to easily find available parking bays, offer contact-less payment and the option to extend parking time within the existing time limits.“ […]

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CBD Parking Fees Reinstated From July 1, 2020

Paid parking resumes across Toowoomba’s CBD at Toowoomba Regional Council’s (TRC) on-street and off-street car parks from Wednesday, July 1, 2020. TRC Infrastructure Services portfolio leader Cr Melissa Taylor is reminding motorists that the regular schedule of parking fees will apply at all Council-operated parking spaces from the start of the new financial year. Cr […]

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Toowoomba CBD Parking Changes Introduced

Toowoomba Regional Council has announced changes to the CBD parking times to boost retail turnover in the city. Feedback from stakeholders indicated the two-hour parking was being used by some local workers and business owners for all-day free parking with cars commonly being shifted several times a day to avoid parking fines. Infrastructure spokesperson Cr […]

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Toowoomba’s Margaret Street Markets A Resounding Success

On Sunday, April 6th the Toowoomba CBD Markets were held in Margaret Street for the first time, with many thousands of people streaming through, some even from before the official opening time of 8am. The City Heart Toowoomba Group led by President Gary Wilson are appreciative of the invaluable assistance of Greg Johnson and the […]

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Toowoomba’s Clifford Street Opens As Four Lanes

A long-standing inner-city road project was opened to traffic for the first time when Toowoomba Regional Council unveiled a new-look Clifford Street which has been upgraded to four lanes between Margaret and Russell Streets and forms a vital connection as part of the city’s Outer Circulating Road project. Toowoomba Regional Council Mayor Paul Antonio has […]

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Council Connections: Special Flood Disaster Edition

Following Monday 10th of January’s  Severe Weather occurrence in Toowoomba, the Toowoomba Regional Council requests the cooperation of residents and visitors in the recovery phase to the flash flooding in the CBD which has claimed at least 2 lives Darren Burton with Advice to Residents from TRC .

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