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Walking Tours Toowoomba

Walking Tours Toowoomba is now part of the Toowoomba tourism fabric. If you have a moderate level of fitness, an inquiring mind, an interest in history and like some quirky facts, this is a fabulous way to spend three hours.

Tours are for 2 to 25 people and depart daily from the Toowoomba Railway Station at 9:00am. You will return at midday and mid-morning tea at the lovely Cobb and Co Museum is included in the $50 per person cost.

Morning tea at the Cobb & Co
Photo: Kevin Farmer

Get to the station about 15 minutes before the tour leaves to meet your guide and others joining in the fun. It’s a leisurely stroll with plenty of stops. Take a hat, good walking shoes, water (there are filling stations en route) and a raincoat/umbrella if it looks like there maybe a shower. If it is pouring (or really, really hot!), tours won’t operate and you can get a refund or reschedule.

Bob and a group on tour

Walking Tours Toowoomba have been designed by long-time locals and travel professionals Sue McPherson and Bob Hardie. Sue and Bob have coordinated tours together overseas and are now thrilled to be able to add The Garden City to their tour and travel experiences. They are both passionate about their hometown history and people as well as the beautiful heritage buildings, churches and gardens.

Beautiful Queens Park was once a rubbish tip!

Bookings are essential.

Phone Sue on 0407 344 128 or 0403 441 239 or email sue@suemcphersontoursandtravel.com

Sue McPherson

If cancellation is by the supplier a full refund applies.  Cancellation fees 48-24 hours prior to tour  50% – 24 hours to departure  100%

Some of the footpaths on the tours are uneven and there are several street crossings so, when walking, be mindful to take care.  Walking Tours Toowoomba provides a waiver on arrival stating their duty of care.

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