Toowoomba: Attractions and more...
Danish Flower Art Complex goes on to offer an amazing combination of art; that too, expressed via sumptuous home-made food, sculpted iron, and dried flowers. Cottage shop has been covered right up to ceiling. Delightful flower arrangements have been made. Martha Moller, one of the floral designers, had carved a niche for herself by having developed her piece of talent within Denmark. She had also inspired Australians through her supplies and creations since the year 1983. The 1st and the foremost thing which would be observed would be hundreds of gourds lining fence by highway.
When one would step inside this complex, he/she would find gourds catering to every size and shape. Every taste has a gift in store. There are also arrangements made to create flower art of one’s own. Visitors would also find ‘Scroll Magic’; i.e. a showroom cum workshop which features hand-made iron products.
Richmond BridgeThe Richmond Bridge is a remembrance of the convict heritage of Tasmania. The construction of this bridge was over in 1825. It is the oldest known large stone arch...
Maritime MuseumThe themes of its galleries are maritime trade, the successful America's Cup yacht Australia II, fishing, the Swan River and the Indian Ocean. It has exhibits...