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Mount Peel bushwalking, mountain biking and horse-riding trails

Stretching across 123.5ha on Toowoomba's western escarpment, Mount Peel Bushland Park provides bushland, green space near the city. It is located to the southwest of Toowoomba CBD near the small township of Westbrook, in the suburb of Drayton. Mount Peel has a network of bushwalking, horse-riding and mountain bike trails that provide access to outdoor recreation and nature appreciation opportunities. The lookouts showcase the best views of Toowoomba and deliver iconic trail experiences. Being a bushland reserve, it is possible that you will see various bird species, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas and, sometimes, koalas out and about. Mount Peel Bushland Park is located on the south-western edge of Toowoomba and has two main carparks: 1) Darling Street car park (corner of Darling and Westminster Streets): Follow Anzac Avenue south and turn north-west onto Darling Street. The reserve has a well-signed car park at the intersection of Westminster and Darling Streets. This is the preferred carpark with plenty of car spaces. 2) Boundary Street entrance (Boundary Street South): Follow the Toowoomba-Millmerran Road and turn north at Boundary Street South. The reserve entrance is signed. Park your car near the wooden fence making sure not to block the entry gate.

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78-96 Westminster Street, Drayton Queensland 4350, Australia

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Southern Queensland Country Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways that run through these regions. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.