New exhibition celebrating neurodiversity opens at Crows Nest Gallery

An exhibition titled There will always be flowers if you look: A group exhibition celebrating neurodiversity is now open at the Crows Nest Gallery. The exhibition, which runs until 3 April, showcases...
 

Rural landholders invited to have their say

Rural landholders in the Toowoomba Region are invited to participate in a survey to provide feedback on the Darling Downs Moreton Rabbit Board (DDMRB) and rabbit fence. Toowoomba Regional Council Env...
 

TRC, Western Downs call for tenders for waste, recyclables services

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) and Western Downs Regional Council (WDRC) are spearheading a new direction in waste management via a joint procurement activity for contracts covering waste and recycl...
 

Explore the great outdoors in Parks Week 2022

Grab your hat, pack a lunch and head to one of the many events on offer at Toowoomba Regional Council’s (TRC) Parks Week from March 5 to 13, 2022. TRC Parks and Recreation Services portfolio leader...
 

Work progressing on Soldiers’ Memorial Hall rehabilitation

The rehabilitation of Toowoomba’s State Heritage-listed Soldiers’ Memorial Hall is progressing to the installation of a new lift, along with a new Herries Street entry. Toowoomba Region Mayor Pau...
 

Toowoomba selected to host Meatstock 2022

Australia’s biggest music and barbecue festival, Meatstock, is heading to Queensland for the first time this April, with Toowoomba the proud host of the mouth-watering event. Toowoomba Regional Cou...
 

Neil Street upgrade required

With the substantial rain event from the past week fresh in the minds of the community, Toowoomba Region Mayor Paul Antonio said it was critical action was taken now to ensure the Region was bett...
 

Council to make sand available

With more rain predicted this week, Toowoomba Regional Council is working with the SES to ensure sandbagging options are available for the communities most in need. Mayor Paul Antonio said it was imp...
 

Mayor Antonio calls for patience as recovery operations start

Toowoomba Region Mayor Paul Antonio is calling for the community to be patient, while staying vigilant on the roads, as the focus shifts to recovery operations after the weekend’s extensive rain. M...
 

Take care on the roads

After days of substantial rain, the Toowoomba Region Mayor and Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) Chair Paul Antonio is reminding residents of the need to be careful on the roads. “Fortunately ...
 

‘Watch and Act’ alerts for Oakey and Jondaryan

Residents in Oakey have been issued with a ‘Watch and Act’ emergency alert today and should not be alarmed at this time. Toowoomba Regional Council Mayor and Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG...
 

Cooby Dam spilling; no immediate risk to Oakey

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) is advising there is no immediate risk to Oakey township from water spilling over the Cooby Dam wall. Council is monitoring the situation. TRC Local Disaster Manageme...
 

TRC monitoring dam levels

A Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) Water Operations centre is monitoring the Region’s dam levels around the clock. TRC Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) chair, Mayor Paul Antonio, said Cooby D...
 

Local Disaster Management Group monitoring rain event

It may be a new day but the message from Toowoomba Regional Council Mayor Paul Antonio remains unchanged – stay safe! As Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) Chair, Mr Antonio urged for caution f...
 

TRC Local Disaster Management Group monitoring rain overnight, across weekend

Toowoomba Regional Council’s Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) is monitoring the rain event overnight (Friday, February 25, 2022) and across the weekend. LDMG chair, Toowoomba Region Mayor Pau...
 

TRC monitoring effects of heavy rain; urges caution on roads

Toowoomba Regional Council is well prepared to respond, if and when required, to any situation across the Region as a storm system moves across southern Queensland. Toowoomba Region Mayor Paul Antoni...
 

Upcycled, repurposed works herald Crows Nest Gallery reopening

An exhibition of upcycled and repurposed works feature in an exhibition titled, OUT: Not down, IN: Now up, heralding the reopening of the Crows Nest Gallery. The exhibition, which runs to March 6, ce...
 

Chessercise puts oomph into board game at regional venues

Don your active wear and brush up on your chess strategies for the first season of Chessercise that is coming to three venues across the Toowoomba Region in the first half of 2022. Toowoomba Regional...
 

Council offers range of contact channels for customers

If there’s something wrong, in the neighbourhood, who you gonna call? Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC). During January alone, Council’s customer service officers received almost 9000 phone calls ...
 

Free parking this March

You won’t need to land on a Monopoly square to receive free parking in the Toowoomba CBD this March. As a way of showing its support to local businesses, Toowoomba Regional Council Infrastructure C...