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Toowong is a suburb in the city of Brisbane, situated in the Australian state of Queensland. It is located about 5 km (3 miles) west of the city’s central business district. Lying between Mount Coot-tha and the Brisbane River, Toowong is made up of residential and commercial areas. The terrain consists of rolling hills, parks and bush lands. The centre contains the Toowong Village and several office buildings. The population of the suburb is around fifteen-thousand inhabitants.
Major economic sectors in Toowong include education, food services, architecture, engineering, technical services, legal, accounting, and healthcare. Toowong Village hosts a lot of shopping options and office space. Brisbane itself is home to many companies including DHL Global’s Oceanic, Asia Pacific Aerospace, Virgin Australia, Credit Union Australia, and Boeing Australia.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Toowong Village is prominent landmark in Brisbane, with its blue glass tower, shopping opportunities, and offices buildings. There are ninety specialty stores, as well as David Jones department store, Kmart, and Coles supermarket. There is also the Toowong Post Office, the local library and medical centre. Other points of interest include the Toowong Cemetery, Toowong Memorial Park, Anzac Park, the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium. Toowong is a home for the West Juniors Australian rules football club, Toowong FC soccer club, and Western Suburbs Bulldogs Rugby club. The suburb of Toowong has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Make your way to Mariosarti Ristorante Italiano for some fresh pasta, A Night in India is the place to go for a curry, Bangkok Milton serves Thai food, Boatshed Restaurant does Seafood, and Brent’s brings a taste of France to the table.
Getting to Toowong by plane is simple, as the Brisbane International Airport is 20 km (12 miles) away. Most of the bus and train routes from the western suburbs of Brisbane pass through Toowong. The suburb has its own train station, which is on the Ipswich Line. By car, Toowong is accessible on several roads: Coronation Drive, Benson Street, Moggill Road, and the Western Freeway. The first and the last of those have parallel bike lanes, providing environmentally friendly connection to the University of Queensland.