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.
- Explore the history of the region at Cobb+Co Museum housing the National Carriage Collection and learn a heritage trade
- Team-build with water activities or a ropes course at Reflections – Lake Cooby, a 30-minute drive north of Toowoomba, you’ll feel a million miles away from the everyday
- Take a customised tour of the region’s highlights hosted by Stonestreet’s Coaches or enjoy the insights of a local on a two-hour tour
- Enjoy a bushwalk through Crows Nest National Park then cool off with a swim in the rock pool, refreshingly cool even on the hottest summer day
- Tee off for 18 championship holes at the home of the Queensland PGA held in February, the City Golf Club
- Tour the local wineries. Seven wineries, cellar doors and vineyards in the area continue the 150 year tradition of Darling Downs wine making