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The Empire Theatres, Neil Street, Toowoomba City QLD, Australia
Empire Theatre, Toowoomba
The Empire Theatre is a heritage-listed theatre at 56 & 56A Neil Street, Toowoomba, Toowoomba Region, Queensland, Australia. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on May 31, 1994.
The design of the building is art deco in style, reminiscent of the "glory days" of Hollywood with palm trees framing the exterior and two plinth-mounted fish tanks in the metallic gold and bronze of the entry foyer. One of the Empire Theatre's most striking features is the grand proscenium arch.
The stage is over 13 metres (43 ft) wide and 12 metres (39 ft) deep with approximately 20 metres (66 ft) to the grid and more than 15 metres (49 ft) of wing space combined. It has 80 fly lines including 7 overhead lighting bars and an orchestra pit that can be hydraulically raised to audience floor or stage thrust levels.
Grand Central Shopping Centre, Margaret Street, Toowoomba City QLD, Australia
Grand Central Shopping Centre
Grand Central Shopping Centre is a retail shopping centre in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Owned by the Queensland Investment Corporation, it is the largest shopping centre in the Darling Downs, and one of the largest in Australia, with the first stage opening in September 1996. A second stage opened in June 1999, and a third in 2017.
It features a Target, Coles, Birch, Carroll & Coyle five-screen cinema, a Kmart, Woolworths, Big W, Myer, Best & Less, and H&M and over 180 specialty stores over two levels. In November 2014, a $500 million redevelopment commenced that doubled the floor area to 90,000 m2 and the number of parking spaces to 4,000. It was completed in early 2017. New anchor tenants include Country Road, Esprit and H&M among others, taking its size to over 90,000 m2 (970,000 sq ft) making it one of the largest shopping centres in Australia.
Museum in East Toowoomba, Queensland
Cobb & Co Museum
The Cobb & Co Museum is located in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia and was originally established to house The Cobb & Co. Collection of W. R. F. Bolton consisting of over thirty 19th Century horse-drawn vehicles which he collected and had restored over a period of more than thirty years.
43 Lindsay St, East Toowoomba QLD 4350
Queens Park Botanic Gardens
This 25-hectare 19th-century park features landscaped gardens, playgrounds, BBQ grills & more.
Holberton street, Newtown QLD 4350
Laurel Bank Park & State Rose Gardens
Newtown Park feature with about 2,000 roses bushes of many varieties, including heirlooms.
LOT 55 Regent St, Darling Heights QLD 4350
Japanese Gardens USQ QLD
Formal Japanese-style university garden with a mountain-style stream, bridge & azalea-covered hill.
164 Tourist Rd, Rangeville Toowoomba, QLD 4350, Australia
Picnic Point Toowoomba
Coffee, cake, Asian salads and gourmet pizza with outdoor seating and panoramic mountain views.
Street Art in Toowoomba
Various Street Art Installations throughout the CBD of Toowoomba.
16 Cambooya St, Drayton QLD 4350, Australia
DownsSteam Tourist Railway & Museum
The DownsSteam Tourist Railway & Museum was founded in 2001 in the Toowoomba suburb of Drayton in Queensland. the station building on the complex was originally situated at Yuleba, between Roma and Miles servicing the town of Yuleba from 1879 to 2008.
21 Baines Rd, Pilton QLD 4361, Australia
Darling Downs Zoo
Darling Downs Zoo is a zoo situated in Pilton, Queensland, Australia. The zoo is divided into four separate geographical areas featuring animals from Africa, South America, South-east Asia and Australia