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What's on at the museum during Carnival

From:Wednesday 28 September 2022
To:Friday 30 September 2022
Time:9:30am - 04:00pm Wednesday 28 September 2022
Location:Cobb + Co Museum, 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350 Australia

The whole family can delight in a blooming brilliant range of experiences across the whole month of September at Cobb+Co Museum. Surround yourself with a spectacular display of more than 50 hanging baskets, lovingly created by local green thumbs, community groups and schools.

Home to Australia’s finest collection of horse-drawn vehicles, step back in history and learn about life in 19th century Queensland. Discover the region’s indigenous culture and stories in The Binangar Centre, see remains of local prehistoric giants in Megafauna, set the kids loose in Sciencentre, and much more.

Plus, don’t miss heritage trade demonstrations in Blacksmithing, Rustic Furniture or Silversmithing being held over the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers period.

9 to 30 September | 9.30am-4pm
Surround yourself with a beautiful display of hanging baskets in the Museum Show Ring. While you're here, cast your vote for the People's Choice best hanging basket. Supported by Yates.

1 to 30 September | 9.30am-3.30pm
Cobb's Coffee Shop is participating in #trEATS, offering a daily springtime special, our re-imagined Tiramisu! 
Open daily from 9.30am to 3.30pm.

Blacksmithing On Display
3-4 September
Watch as our Blacksmith Terry Drennan leads a class of students in creating their own blacksmithing tool set.

Silversmithing On Display
10-11 September | Demonstration
Watch as Jemica Ostrofski leads a class to create beautiful sterling silver rings.

Rustic Furniture On Display
17-18 September | Demonstration
Watch as Andrew MacDonald leads a class to their own unique rustic furniture pieces.

More information:

Cobb + Co Museum
27 Lindsay Street
Contact phone 0746594900
Booking information
Event website
Contact organisationCobb+Co Museum
Is food and drink available?Yes
Are toilets available?Yes
Is there disabled access?Yes
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