Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_top position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_bottom position below the menu.

Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.
Toowoomba has been named a 'real estate hot spot' by Austwide Realty with typical house prices in many suburbs under $300,000.

Toowoomba

Toowoomba, twice recently voted Australia's most liveable city, is the gateway to the Surat Basin region and home to 150,000 people (and growing) with a large number of the population falling into the 30-49 or family age group. The town itself, Australia's second largest inland city, is nestled on the edge of the Great Dividing Range, 90 minutes west of Brisbane. Toowoomba has been named a 'real estate hot spot' by Austwide Realty with typical house prices in many suburbs under $300,000. Toowoomba is considered to be the fifth most affordable city in Australia.

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, TAFE and university. It is the home of the main campuses of the University of Southern Queensland and the Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE. Community clubs include Rotary, Toastmasters, Apex, Lions, QCWA, RSL, Scouts and Guides. There is also a number of vibrant and robust faith communities based in Toowoomba.

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 favourably with larger centres like Brisbane.

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 an affordable living opportunities, but also business opportunities.