Japanese Garden, Toowoomba
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
In a city of over 150 public parks and gardens, Japanese Garden is often cited as one of its most beautiful and peaceful sites. Situated on the grounds of the University of Southern Queensland, the property covers an area of 4.5 hectares (11 acres), which makes it Australia’s largest traditional Japanese garden. Featuring mountain streams, waterfalls, manicured lawns, and over 230 species of Japanese and Australian native trees and plants, the garden offers visitors a chance to relax and stroll through an area designed to encourage quiet contemplation. Local artists often search for inspiration in these calm landscapes, and young couples frequently choose this site as their wedding venue. To visit Japanese Garden on your trip to Toowoomba, use our Toowoomba itinerary maker.
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This serene and stunning park is a must do activity ! I loved the Japanese theme, so perfectly depicted.
Don't visit Toowoomba without visiting these gardens. They are the best Japanese gardens I have seen outside Japan. In September, the azaleas were ablaze. Serene and tranquil, the gardens will sooth t... read more »
Absolutely amazing place to visit. Loved the ducks and serenity of the place. The ponds and water fearures were a fantastic part of the gardens. We visited twice and hope to return soon.
Very pristine gardens with gorgeous bridges and wildlife. Very relaxing and zen. Next time i will take my good camera and soak up the total environment, just gorgeous a must see in Toowoomba.
Beautifully well kept park, ideal for a family picnic or just a stress free stroll.
Tranquil, relaxing, though very small. A nice place to visit if you need to think.
Best place to relax, bring bread or bird seed to feed the ducks! Good place for family picnic
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Relaxing and peaceful, amazing bamboo gardens and the life is so beautiful
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