Take a journey through time. Come discover how Queensland's roads have been built, from the conditions under which road workers laboured, to the modern plant and equipment you see on roads today.
Come and visit the only road building museum in Australia. Located opposite Toowoomba's airport terminal, the Transport and Main Roads Heritage Centre offers a fascinating insight into the construction of Queensland's road network.... more
Travel the winding road throughout our unique museum. Their exhibits offer plenty of information about road planning, construction and maintenance for you to explore. You'll be surprised what you'll discover.
Their cartoon characters and interactive children's trail help teach kids about what has gone into making 'the 'black stuff' and if you love machinery, you'll get a kick out of the fully maintained vehicles and road building equipment we have on display.
Let them tickle your memories. The museum offers the perfect opportunity to reflect and celebrate the journey of those who have helped shape the state.
Come connect with history. Book a free tour today.... less
There is an exciting children's trail in the museum where cartoon characters invite inquisitiveness and exploration of subjects through active learning and hands on experiences.
The Centre is totally accessible to people with disabilities with ramps where necessary and appropriate toilet facilities.
Set in the dynamic environment of Toowoomba's newest museum, this venue offers conference/meeting facilities with a twist. Offer your participants the chance for a unique experience, combining their meeting/conference with an opportunity to explore the history of Transport and Main Roads and its contributions to the economic, social and rural development of Queensland.
A kitchenette is accessible from the theatre with tea and coffee making facilities, including an urn and bar fridge. If you require catering, please make your own arrangements. Their friendly staff will be able to assist you.
The onsite technical equipment includes a data projector with wireless connectivity to a laptop, a DVD player with excellent 5.1 audio system, a lectern, and a wireless pointers/remote control
How To Get There
Travelling west from the city centre, follow the Warrego Highway along James and Tor Streets. Turn left along Taylor Street until you reach Greenwattle Street. Turn right, follow Greenwattle Street to the end and turn left into Mutze Street. The Transport and Main Roads Heritage Centre is on the left, directly opposite the Toowoomba Airport Terminal and carpark.
|All Tickets||$2.00||01 Jan - 01 Feb||Entry by gold coin donation|
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