Often it’s what happens outside the classroom that makes the difference between a good and a great meeting or conference.
Delegates and their partners remember the special destination experiences, long after the meeting content is forgotten.
With its range-top location, Toowoomba is one of the few places in Queensland that offers four distinct seasons, but there’s lots more.
Here is a taste of the sights and experiences that Toowoomba and the surrounding Darling Downs can offer.
Combine these themed ideas into an itinerary or mix them up to suit the profile and interests of the group. Don’t forget, though, to confirm with individual operators opening days and times for groups.
Toowoomba Conferences can advise about other activities and attractions available to customise a truly unique experience for your group.
So now there’s no excuse not to get out of the classroom to sample and savour the delights of Toowoomba and the surrounding area. Simply select one of the themes below…
For lovers of food, wine, produce and dining, these gourmet delights provide a perfect taste of Toowoomba and the surrounding areas.... Read more
Revive the creative spirit with experiences for lovers of art and craft featuring galleries, performing arts and traditional and decorative crafts.... Read more
With more than 150 public parks and gardens, it’s no wonder Toowoomba is known as “the garden city”…... Read more
The Toowoomba region retains many relics and reminders of its early days following settlement in the 1840s.... Read more
Mountains, lakes, waterfalls, rainforest and scenic country drives are some of the natural attractions in Toowoomba and surrounds.... Read more
Clear days, cool nights and the warm colours of Autumn leaves make meeting in Toowoomba beautifully memorable.... Read more
Winter is a popular time for meeting in the Toowoomba region with brisk cool clear days, crackling open fires and the promise of a warming glass of red wine.... Read more
Spring activities illustrate why Toowoomba is known as the “garden city” with the iconic horticultural event, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers held annually in September.... Read more
With warm days and cool nights, summer is the perfect time to meet in Toowoomba. January’s average maximum temperature is 27.6 degrees Celsius. Located 700 metres above sea level means cooler temperatures, less humidity and more comfort in Toowoomba than lower and coastal areas.... Read more