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Telstra Floating Images Pterodactyl Helicopters Metro Hotels National Paintball Fields The Woolshed at Jondaryan Empire Theatre Burke and Wills Hotel

OUR EXHIBITORS • Stonestreets Coaches • Cobb and Co Museum • Downs Steam Tourist Railway and Museum • Somerset Regional Council • Toowoomba & Surat Basin Enterprise • Fraser Coast Regional Council

• Western Downs Regional Council • Longreach Regional Council • Gladstone Area Promotion & Development • Advance Cairns • Townsville Enterprise • Kyogle Council

• Central Highlands

Development Corporation

• Capricorn Enterprise • Cassowary Coast Promotions • Wide Bay Burnett Regional

Organisation of Councils

A taste of RQL The Woolshed The Woolshed at Jondaryan is a world-class event and function facility with 150 years of history and a focus on authenticity. The historic Woolshed is the centrepiece of the museum village. A day visit can include history tours, sheep and working dog demonstrations, live music and other activities. Annual events take place at the property, only 30 minutes from Toowoomba in the heart of South East Queensland. A unique, stunning wedding venue, the complex is also home to a peaceful caravan and camping facility and excellent onsite catering.

The well established and successful business operates an extensive fleet of vehicles from depots in the Toowoomba, Dalby, Brisbane, Bowen Basin and Gladstone regions. The fleet of luxury coaches, 4x4 coaches, mini coaches, school buses, is constantly being updated to ensure clients enjoy modern air conditioned, seat belt equipped vehicles. The team are very proud to have an environmentally friendly fleet of vehicles which comply with the latest stringent Euro emission standards It's possible you may see a Stonestreets Coach operating anywhere throughout Australia. Whether it be performing a luxury coach tour, a charter or on an industrial project somewhere.


Cobb+Co Museum

Stonestreet’s Coaches Stonestreet’s Coaches is a family owned and operated company specialising in providing quality vehicles for tours, charters, schools and project bussing to industry. 2013 is Stonestreets 20th anniversary of operations in Queensland.

The interior styling has been faithfully restored to the finest detail. The grand proscenium arch, thought to be the only one of its kind remaining in the Southern Hemisphere, is back lit with a parade of colours to create a perfect frame for performers and gives theatre patrons a grand sense of occasion. Since reopening in 1997 the Empire Theatre, in its third incarnation, is still the largest performing arts theatre in regional Australia and has received commendation from visitors, patrons and performers alike.

It’s all about what you can do at Cobb+Co Museum. You can touch the exhibitions, create in hands on workshops, taste handmade delights, try daily ‘Have a Go’ sessions and discover in the children’s areas. Full details of all exhibitions, hands on workshops and school holiday programs are available online.

Empire Theatre Heritage listed, the Empire Theatre in Toowoomba boasts the latest purpose-built facilities and retains the grandeur and superb acoustics of the original theatre.

DownsSteam is a community based volunteer organisation dedicated to the establishment of a tourist railway for the Darling Downs region. DownsSteam shares with local, national and international visitors the best in lifestyle and produce the region has to offer. They run regular passenger services part of an integrated transport trail service to attractions such as Cobb+Co Museum, Milne BAY Military Museum, Toowoomba Railway Station, Spring Bluff Railway Station, The Amy Aviation Museum at Oakey, the Bulls Head Inn and Jondaryan Woodshed. Fine food excursions to Warwick and Stanthorpe will give patrons the opportunity to sample the best the region has to offer. Trips to Nobby, Pittsworth will celebrate the regions rich rural, rail and literary heritage. Visit these business and more at the Regional Queensland Expo in July. n

Issue 27


Mt Isa Airport Magazine issue 27  

Mt Isa Airport Magazine issue 27

Mt Isa Airport Magazine issue 27  

Mt Isa Airport Magazine issue 27