Booking parks

Many of Council parks can be booked for weddings, sports activities, fitness training and events. Simply contact us to make a booking and be ready to provide your name, address, contact number, type of event, date and time being applied for and the name of the park.

Group doing exercise in park
The region provides a multitude of opportunities for members of the community to enjoy sporting facilities of a very high standard. The facilities are spread throughout the region enabling residents and visitors to have easy access to a wide variety of sporting activities. The region's sports grounds cater for a myriad of sports, including rugby union, rugby league, Australian rules football, softball, cricket, netball, baseball, soccer and touch football. At times, Council's ...
Married couple under tree
Our region has an amazing selection of parks to celebrate your wedding ceremony in. Parks provide a perfect backdrop for your ceremony and photos. Features can include rural landscapes, water features, secluded areas, beautiful gardens, picturesque tall trees and avenues, seasonal floral displays and grassed open spaces. ...
Council parks offer a scenic backdrop for photographing many of the special moments in your life. If you wish to use an area for photography only, you don't need to apply for a permit to do so. However, please be mindful of other park users, especially those who have booked the space for their wedding ceremony. Commercial users are required to book the park - terms, conditions and fees apply. Commercial users are required to book parks ...
Our parks may be used for commercial or non-commercial events. These bookings range from charity events, fundraisers, memorial services and a range of community events such as Christmas Carols and community fun days. To apply to hold an event in a council park you are required to complete an application form and include a copy of your public liability insurance of not less than $10 million.  After accessing the application a Parks & Recreation ...
A permit system is in place for commercial fitness training activities in Toowoomba Regional Council’s parks.  It is required under Council’s Subordinate Local Law No. 1.2 that approval is obtained from Council to conduct any commercial activities within local government controlled areas (including parks).   ...
We have a prominent banner site located above Margaret Street (Toowoomba), that is available for organisations/businesses to promote their upcoming event/s within the region. The high visibility banner can be seen linking the café precinct with the Queens Park playground area directly opposite. Applications to book the site for the following year open on the first working day in October. However, with Monday 2 October 2017 listed as a public holiday, applications for 2018 w ...
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