About Laurel Bank Park
Imagine a place where you can escape from your busy life, relax in the fresh air and enjoy nature’s beauty. Laurel Bank park is just that – one of many reasons why it has quickly become one of Toowoomba’s most popular parks!
The manicured gardens are perfect for picnicking or simply sitting back with an ice-cold drink while watching birds flit between tree tops high above; there’s also scented walks along flowerbeds.
Laurel Bank Park, a heritage-listed park at the corner of West Street and Herries street in Toowoomba City is one that was built from 1904 to 1943. The creator behind this beauty should be commended for their hard work as well as dedication towards creating such an iconic landmark! The Laurel Bank Park is a beautiful 4.5 hectare parkland close to Toowoomba’s city centre, featuring spectacular manicured gardens with scented trees and flowers that are seen in abundance during autumn months as well when there’s Cherry Blossom Season which happens every September.
What to do at Laurel Bank Park
If you’re looking for a place to get away from it all, look no further than Laurel Bank Park. This beautiful park is one of the premier locations in Toowoomba and provides an oasis close by with lush green trees that provide shade from hot summer suns rays as well picnic areas completed off by manicured gardens perfect just sit back and relax under them while enjoying your meal or read widely accessible books available at a cost within these premises!
Amenities at this venue include: -An outdoor playground for children of all ages (and adults) who want some fresh air while they enjoy themselves; -A picnic area available where you can sit down on uncomfortable white plastic chairs or lay out your red carpet under blue skies filled by fluffy little cotton clouds.
One local company in Toowoomba that is involved in this tourist attraction;
Address: 177 Stephen Street, Harristown QLD 4350
Telephone: (07) 4580 2871