International relationships

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Sister cities & international relations

Developing and nurturing our global connections are important elements in ensuring the Toowoomba Region’s success now and into the future. By sharing our communities’ ideas and experiences with our international friends, opportunities abound to make our cities more liveable, productive and sustainable.  

Some of the ways to get involved with international relations in the Toowoomba region are mentioned below. 

International students
The Toowoomba region has international sister city relationships with Takatsuki, Japan; Paju, South Korea and Whanganui, New Zealand (North Island).  The purpose of these relationships is to enhance cultural exchanges between the cities and to foster strong business opportunities. As a result of ...
Delegation from Shaoxing, China and Toowoomba meeting
We are working to seize the emerging opportunities in China as their demand for fresh food, education and tourism experiences continues to grow. Mayor Paul Antonio and Chief Executive Officer Brian Pidgeon met with representatives of Shaoxing in October 2016 ...
How to become involved with international relations from home Through the International Relations Program our communities have become richer, more culturally diverse and understanding. These programs are only possible if members of the community become involved and participate. This can be ...
Our International Relations Strategy vision aims to promote opportunity for our region and our global partners; “A dynamic region whose communities embrace the benefits and opportunities enabled through participation in a diverse network of global partnership.”   Business development benefits Build friendships, networks and business ...
The Toowoomba Region International Relations Strategy guides the development of international relationships that promote the Toowoomba region. View the full strategy here. ...
In celebration of the 70th anniversary we invited The Chronicle Garden Competition entrants of the City Residential Class sections 1 – 7, Country Residential Sections 1 – 7 classes and the Toowoomba Exhibition Gardens to enter the Singapore Gardens by ...
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