The Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers Festival is a garden lover’s delight and we are proud to be bringing this 3 day tour back again. The festival is a celebration of flowers as well as food, wine and all things spring. Stop and smell a rose or two at the National Rose Garden, visit stunning award winning exhibition gardens, view splendid displays in the public parks and be entertained by the colourful and creative Grand Central Floral Parade.
The Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers Festival is a garden lovers delight. The festival is a celebration of flowers as well as all things spring. Stop and smell a rose or two at the National Rose Garden, visit stunning award winning exhibition gardens, view splendid displays in the public parks and be entertained by the colourful and creative Grand Central Floral Parade.
Views over the Lockyer Valley
Visit Private Gardens and Parklands
Grand Floral Parade
Spring Bluff Railway Station
Ensuite accommodation twin share basis
Taxi home pickup and return within the Greater Brisbane area*
7 quality meals
Travellers Refund Guarantee
Entries and attractions as shown
Modern luxury tour coach
Experienced Coach Captain and attentive Tour Hostess
*As per conditions
Brisbane – Toowoomba
Arriving at the top of the Range the beautiful floral displays unfold. Visit Queens Park with its beautiful camphor laurel lined avenue, stunning floral beds and wide open spaces. Enjoy lunch at a local club before continuing on to discover some of the many prize winning gardens.
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Toowoomba Parade Day
Start the day with a visit to The Japanese Gardens, Australia’s largest and most traditionally designed Japanese stroll gardens. Visit more stunning gardens before enjoying lunch at Picnic Point where the scenic views over the Great Dividing Range and Lockyer Valley are breathtaking and the magnificent gardens and parklands are a must see. Next we make our way to our vantage point for the Grand Floral Parade which promises to deliver a spectacular line up of fresh floral floats, street performers, stilt walkers, walking groups and live bands as it winds its way through the city streets to Queens Park. Later we will stop at Laurel Bank Park, once a private garden owned by Mr Samuel George Stephens who gifted it to the people of Toowoomba for public use in 1939.
Toowoomba – Brisbane
After breakfast, we travel the beautiful scenic route by train to the iconic Spring Bluff Railway Station. Purchase your own morning tea before continuing on to Gatton for lunch and a visit to Pohlman’s Retail Nursery where you may choose to purchase a plant or two. On arrival back in Brisbane, your crew will have your transfers arranged.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
TOUR FARE (incl GST) DEPARTING BRISBANE: $1,079 per person
Single Supplement available @ $204 extra
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