Toowoomba is famous for its education facilities - over 80, including public and private schools (Preparatory Year followed by Year 1 to Year 12), special education,
Toowoomba has a vibrant festival calendar, from the Easter Laneway Festival, through to the Carnival of Flowers in
Spring time in September.
There is a strong tradition of community engagement which is supported by the region's newspaper, the Toowoomba Chronicle, part of the APN Group
Sporting clubs and facilities including the Milne Bay Aquatic Centre, golf, archery, bowls, swimming, cricket, tennis, softball, baseball, basketball, netball, hockey, all codes of football, BMX track, velodrome and skate bowls.
Health services are excellent and compare
The climate is not typical of Queensland and it has a short lived but very brisk winter. Toowoomba has a vibrant festival calendar, from the Easter Laneway festival, through to the Carnival of Flowers in Spring time in September.
Toowoomba Regional Council actively supports and encourages new business in the region. Toowoomba offers not only