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Are you thinking about a flower delivery in Toowoomba?

Lily’s Florist Toowoomba will adopt a personal approach to your needs in flower delivers in Toowoomba and you can be guaranteed that your order will be handled in a friendly, professional and timely manner, whether you order online or on the phone. 

When only the finest and most beautiful flowers in Toowoomba are your choice, Lily’s Florist Toowoomba have a large array to suit all occasions, including birthdays, Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day, to name only a few; and you will know your flower delivery in Toowoomba will be prepared and delivered by our best local florists. 

There is a captivating history and there are down-to-earth characters that make the Toowoomba region unique and special. 

Located in southeast Queensland, Toowoomba (the Garden City) is 127 kilometres west of Brisbane, the Queensland capital. Having a population of over 131,000 for the entire district, Toowoomba is regarded as the second most populated inland city, and the most populated regional city. 

Toowoomba and the Darling Downs always has much to see and do, whatever your mood. If you wish to take a journey through time, you can discover how roads were built in Queensland, and the circumstances the workers experienced, to the equipment and modern plant that is used on the roads today. All this can be witnessed at the Transport and Main Roads Heritage Centre located opposite the airport terminal.

This particular attraction is the only road building museum in Australia showing an intriguing insight into Queensland’s road network construction. If you are interested in road planning, maintenance and construction, there is so much to explore. 

Another exceptional gallery to check out is the Pittsworth Historical Pioneer Village and Museum. A wonderful display of wearing apparel, early settlers’ hand tools, lace work, and in original condition is a 1928 Austin Tourer automobile. 

This historical village includes the former Post Office in Pittsworth, the Postmaster’s residence, and the Telephone Exchange. There is a Blacksmith shop, a fully furnished cottage from the 1900 era, and a one-teacher school. 

There are also scenes of working life in the early times, displaying farm machinery and cheese making equipment. Memorabilia displays are on show of the world and Australia’s fastest athlete, Arthur Postle who was born in the region. 

We can’t go far from the Garden City without mentioning Toowoomba’s Parks and Gardens. A delightful water attraction is Lake Annand Park which has been shaped along Toowoomba’s East Creek, and is one of the city’s compact recreation spaces. 

Toowoomba’s icon however, is the Parkland and Picnic Point Lookout. This stunningly reformed reserve with picnic facilities and barbecue, playgrounds, displays superb views over Lockyer Valley and the city. The redesigned gardens are a gorgeous spectacle, and as you stroll around the area, you will come to marvel at the rotundas, waterfalls, and discreet grassy seclusions. 

Obviously, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is the Garden City’s highlight. With an abundant array of parks and blossoming gardens to experience, the Carnival of Flowers has something for all to admire.