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Toowoomba / Darling Downs
After the recent floods, Toowoomba and Darling Downs is certainly open for business and there has never been a better time to explore the area - the region is looking greener than ever and the local lakes and dams are brimming full of life and colour. Whatever your mood or fancy, Toowoomba and the Darling Downs has plenty to see and do - from boutique wineries, stylish cafes, galleries, heritage exhibitions and museums to rugged national parks, antique stores, spectacular lookouts, gracious old hotels and stunning gardens. The region is steeped in heritage and natural beauty, just an hour and a half west of Brisbane and two hours from the Gold Coast.
Two major highways bring visitors to Toowoomba and the Darling Downs - the Warrego Highway from the east and west as well as the New England Highway from the north and south. This route is also known as Australia's Country Way.
As one of the few regions in Queensland with four distinct seasons, the Darling Downs ensures that anytime is a great time to experience the natural beauty and charm that awaits you.
Surrounding Toowoomba is the Darling Downs, Queensland's prime agricultural land. The Darling Downs is a patchwork landscape coloured with bright sunflowers, golden fields of wheat and blankets of pure white cotton. Amongst the wide plains, rolling hills and pockets of rainforest, you'll find townships where intriguing histories, fine wine, grand homesteads and regular country celebrations are a way of life.
A visit to the Darling Downs would not be complete without sampling the local wines. Across the Darling Downs you will find cellar doors in the most spectacular locations, on the edge of the Great Dividing Range, within heritage mansions and nestled amongst rolling green hills.
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Queensland's Western Downs is a unique pocket of Australia rich in culture, industry, agriculture and heritage. Stretching from the border town of Goondiwindi in the south to Carnarvon Gorge in the north, from Dalby in the east to St George and Mitchell in the west, the Western Downs has room enough for an ideal country getaway.
If it's classic Aussie pubs, stunning National Parks or colourful country experiences you're chasing, then a trip to Queensland's Western Downs is a must on your holiday itinerary.
The region begins less than a three hour drive west of Brisbane, and can be explored while touring some of Queensland's major arterial highways. Explore wide open spaces and the rich pioneering history of real Queensland country. Enjoy great inland fishing, experience life on a host farm, go wine tasting western style and discover the peaceful lifestyle of rural communities.Why don't you Broaden Your Horizons!
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