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Toowoomba Region makes up part of South East Queensland, a dynamic region that generates one-fifth of Australia’s economic growth and is home to one in seven Australians. We are also the gateway to South West Queensland, being the largest centre.

The Region spans almost 13,000 km2 including the Toowoomba City and the regional centres of Cambooya, Clifton, Crows Nest, Goombungee, Greenmount, Highfields, Millmerran, Oakey, Pittsworth and Yarraman, along with numerous smaller townships. Each area has its own unique history and stunning landscapes.

Perched on the edge of the Great Dividing Range, Ravensbourne Park was a traditional bush tucker refreshment stop for Aboriginal people en route to and from the Bunya Mountains nut festivals. Once, rainforest covered most of the area but timber ...
Pittsworth is located 40kms south west of Toowoomba on the Gore highway and has a population of about 3000 people. The area boasts some of Australia's richest farming land, with cotton being one of the most widespread and valuable crops. ...
Toowoomba has a population of about 105,000, is situated approximately 700 metres above sea level on the edge of the Great Dividing Range and located 127kms or a 90 minute drive west of Brisbane. The city is the largest centre in ...
Yarraman is favourably located at the junction of the New England Highway and the D’Aguilar Highway, approximately 120 kilometres north of Toowoomba. Yarraman is nestled in a fertile valley which produces a range of goods including timber, grain, beef and ...
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