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Cobb 100: Celebrating the Centenary of Cobb & Co.'s final journey

9.00am – 4.00pm
14th August 2024
9.00am – 4.00pm
15th August 2024

Immerse yourself in Queensland’s rich history during our centenary celebrations of Cobb & Co.’s final journey. This significant event commemorates the last run of a Cobb & Co. Coach, a historical moment on 14 August, 1924, when the era of horse-drawn coaches gave way to modern technologies like motor vehicles, air mail services, and railways. Come along for a four-day celebration where Cobb & Co. history comes alive. From live demonstrations to expert talks, there is something for all ages to enjoy and celebrate. Things to see and do: - Explore the National Carriage Collection, featuring more than 50 horse-drawn vehicles from Queensland’s transport history - Experience live heritage trade demonstrations from blacksmithing to wheelwrighting and more - Tune in for curator talks and expert conversations on Cobb & Co.’s legacy - Enjoy bush poetry and theatrical performances - Take a Guided Museum Tour to brush up on your history - Sit on a Cobb & Co. Coach for photo opportunity Plus, relive the final journey of Cobb & Co. and be one of the first to visit the refurbished National Carriage Gallery featuring Coach No. 112 – one of the last Cobb & Co. coaches!
  • Facilities
  • Bar
  • Cafe
  • Carpark
  • Coach Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • Non Smoking
  • Parents Room
  • Public Toilet
  • Shop / Gift Shop
  • Accessiblity

    Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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Email Cobb 100: Celebrating the Centenary of Cobb & Co.'s final journey

4659 4900

27 Lindsay Street, East Toowoomba Queensland 4350, Australia

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