EP 59 | Carnival Month | 13 Sept 2021

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Well hello Toowoomba, welcome to Episode 59 of the Talkin Toowoomba podcast,

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Hope you are enjoying the many events of the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers happening all this month.

EP 59 What’s On at the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

The Ergon Energy Night Garden is on every day 6 pm till 8.30 and it’s free

Now let’s catch up with what’s on this week.

Monday 13.09.2021

Story Time @ Crows Nest Library 9:15am – 09:45pm

Out and About with First 5 Forever Peacehaven Park, Highfields, 11:00 am – 11:30 am


Story Time @ Pittsworth Library 9:30 am – 10:00 am

Story Time @ Clifton Library and Community Centre 11:30am – 12:00pm

Wednesday 15.09.2021

Out and About with First 5 Forever, 9:30 am – 10:00 am Queens Park

A breathtaking month of flowers, flavours, and sounds, the Carnival of Flowers takes over Toowoomba in the most beautiful of ways each September. Stay tuned to the podcast for what to do and where, or go to tcof.com.au for more event details.

The Night Garden at the Botanic Gardens, Queens Park every day in September 6 pm till 8:30


Carnival of flowers garden tours

Departing 9 am and 1 pm from the visitor information centre on James street daily during September

Full commentary, air-conditioned bus, a flower extravaganza, Book now to secure your seat at www.toowoombasightseeing.com.au or call Lindsay on 0447 070 635. $30pp for 3 hrs

Parking in Kitchener Street,

Friday 17.09.2021

Story Time @ City Library Community Meeting Rooms 9:45 am – 10:15 am

Story Time @ Highfields Library (Sports Centre) 10:30am – 11:00am

Toowoomba Orchid Show at St Paul’s Lutheran Church hall, James & Phillips Streets 8:30 am – 03:00 pm daily until Tuesday 21st

Festival of the Big Cow at Highfields Pioneer Village Recognising the history of the dairy industry in Australia 9:00 am – 05:00 pm Daily until Sunday 26th

There is a Carnival of Flowers Info Hub running 8:30 till 4:30 Fri Sat and Sun thru-out September. at Laurel Bank Park Queens Park and Picnic Point get all your carnival info at these locations.

Saturday 18.09.2021

The iconic Grand Central Floral Parade starts at 10 am departs from the corner of Herries & Hume Streets, continues along Herries Street, turns right into Ruthven Street, right into Margaret Street, left onto Hume Street, and finishes on Godsall Street Oval on the corner of Hume & Godsall Streets. There are road closures in place around Toowoomba CBD on Saturday 18 September

Chalk Art in the Park at the Botanic gardens Cnr Lindsay & Campbell Sts 9.30 to 12.30

The Toowoomba Farmers markets on from 07 am under the windmill at Cobb n Co museum

Sunday 19.09.2021

The Toowoomba PCYC Markets at the PCYC Toowoomba from 6 am

For all the information on the various Carnival of Flowers events happening throughout this month check out the website tcof.com.au download the Offical Program or to get your hands on a hard copy – drop into the Toowoomba Visitor Information Centre (86 James St) from 16 Sept.

Programs are also available at the Info Hubs, Friday, Saturday, Sunday in Queens Park, Laurel Bank Park, or Picnic Point in September too!

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