Our towns

Toowoomba Region is made up of one city and many towns and localities. Each area has its own unique history and stunning landscapes.

Field in Cabarlah with cattle
Cabarlah is located on the New England Highway between Toowoomba and Crows Nest. Specialty shops, cafés and restaurants are located along the highway, together with the Black Forest Hill Grandfather and Cuckoo Clock Centre that has an impressive collection of traditional cuckoo clocks.  ...
Field of wheat in Cambooya
Cambooya is the heart of Steele Rudd Country and located south of Toowoomba. Australian author Arthur Hoey Davis, who wrote under the pen-name 'Steele Rudd' spent much of his childhood on his family's small block at Emu Creek near East Greenmount. Steele Rudd is best known for creating the Australian characters Dad 'n' Dave. ...
A short distance south of Toowoomba, you will find the quintessential country town of Clifton. Located on the rail line halfway between Toowoomba and Warwick, Clifton offers ‘acres of opportunity’ at affordable prices. Clifton is a picturesque town, particularly when the sunflowers start to bloom on surrounding agricultural properties. A number of Australian films and television series have used Clifton as a background, with the most recent production bein ...
Cooyar is located on the New England Highway north of Crows Nest. The small town has a general store, community hall, primary school and post office. The suspension bridge in Swinging Bridge Park was rebuilt in 1988 after a devastating flood swept the previous bridge away. Swinging bridge park is located along the banks of Cooyar Creek, where platypus can sometimes be spotted. Cooyar's annual show features great country competitions. The ...
Perched on the crest of the Great Dividing Range, the old timber town of Crows Nest is located among undulating hills and is built around the attractive village green. In the centre of the green, is the statue of Jimmy Crow, after whom the town was named. Its streets are filled with striking old buildings that house antique shops, restaurants, cafés and galleries. The town has day care facilities, a ...
Goombungee has a population of about 800 and is located 35kms north of Toowoomba. It is nestled amongst the picturesque Darling Downs farming country and is famous for its magnificent jacaranda and silky oak trees. These beautiful trees form the backdrop of the local Jacaranda Day Festival held in early November. A desirable destination for 'day trippers' particularly at weekends when visitors experience country hospitality, antiques, art and gift shopping. ...
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