Preston - Panoramic Drive Park

Tuesday, 06 Nov 2018 12:38

Address: 44 Panoramic Drive, Preston QLD 4352

With spectacular views to the east, this park provides a covered children's playground and picnic shelter in the north-east corner at the end of Panoramic Drive.

Address: 44 Panoramic Drive, Preston

How to get there:

From Toowoomba: Head south to Preston to find the park located at 44 Panoramic Drive.

Icons: Playground, picnic tables, shelter, toilets, parking, drinking water

Panoramic Walk

Best for: Walking                            Classification: Grade 2

Distance: 877 m one way                Walking time: Approximately 15 min

Description: This walk begins at Panoramic Park at the top of Panoramic Drive. It rolls along through scrub land to Carroll Road. The walk is very steep but offers magnificent views of the southern part of Toowoomba.

As you make your way down the steep paved walkway, you will find a wooden gate on your left. Go through the gate onto the grassy area and continue walking until you arrive on Carroll Road. From Carroll Road, you will need to walk back along the trail and sealed road until you reach the carpark.

With spectacular views east this park has a covered children's playground and picnic shelter in the north-eastern corner at the end of Panoramic Drive.

Panoramic Walk

Best for: Bushwalking

Classification: Grade 2

Distance: 877m one way

Walking time: Approximately 25-30 minutes return

Description: This walk begins at the Panoramic Park and lookout at the top of Panoramic Drive in Preston. It traverses through scrub land to Carroll Road. The walk is very steep but offers magnificent views of the southern part of Toowoomba.

As you make your way down the steep paved walkway, you will find a wooden gate on your left. Go through the gate onto the grassy area and continue until you arrive in Carrolls Road. From there you have to go back up to the carpark. Please leave your pets at home.

Features

Playground covered
Picnic tables
Shelter
Toilets
Walking
Bush walking
Parking
Drinking water

Map

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