The Jephson Hotel is a four and a half star boutique hotel only four and a half kilometres from the Central Business District. Whether you are coming for business or pleasure, the Jephson Hotel offers a great selection of room types, suitable for corporate stays, family getaways or a romantic weekend.
Their service is what they are famous for. Their guests enjoy free parking, free Wi-Fi and free movies. Their rooms are modern and spacious.
Relax and unwind at Covet Restaurant and Bar. Their menu is constantly evolving, with quality food being their key ingredient.
The Event and Conference Room offers a unique venue for conferences, small business meetings and social get-togethers. Complimentary car parking is available. Public transport, including buses, rail and City Cat Ferry Terminal are all located within walking distance.
Property has spacious studio apartments. Breakfasts are available, continental breakfast from $7 per person. BBQ provided in garden setting. Located 200 m from Coronation Drive, Toowong shopping centre and restaurant precinct. Public transport bus, train and city cat ferry close by, and directly linking to CBD, Transit Centre and Roma Street Parklands, Southbank, Convention Centre, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Close proximity to Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens/Lookout. University of Queensland 1.8kms on direct Bus route. Wesley Hospital 1.3kms accessible by bus or train. Indooroopilly and St.Lucia Golf Courses 4kms radius, Suncorp Stadium 2 Train Stations.
** FREE WI-FI, FREE UNDERCOVER CAR PARKING & 8 FOXTEL CHANNELS**
Toowong Central Motel is a 3 5 star Serviced Apartment located in the heart of Toowong.
Centrally positioned offering excellent affordable accommodation close to public transport to Brisbane CBD and within easy walking distance to Toowong Village Shopping Mall, Toowong Railway and the Brisbane River.
All rooms are nicely appointed to make your stay enjoyable All room are serviced daily and have a private balcony plus a kitchenette with all the amenities you need to self-cater on a scale.
TOOWONG INN FEATURES:
Spacious self-contained apartments
Secure undercover parking
Disabled room available
Toowong Inn is located at 24 Lissner Street, Toowong, close to the heart of Brisbane.
Close to St Lucia, Auchenflower, Taringa, Milton, Kenmore, Mt Coot-tha. University of QLD (UQ) & the Wesley Hospital.
The Mt Coo-tha Scenic Drive takes a circuitous route through the Mount Coot-tha Forest and Brisbane Forest Park, beginning at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens and Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium before winding past picturesque barbecue and picnic sites to the city's premier lookout. The lookout is a highlight, boasting breathtaking views out to Moreton Bay and the Sunshine Coast Hinterland during the day and Brisbane's glittering cityscape at night.
The entire Mount Coot-tha area is a natural reserve featuring a number of moderate to steep walks throughout the Mt Coot-tha Forest. The open eucalypt forest is home to a range of wildlife, and a huge variety of bird species.
Visit the J C Slaughter Falls Park where a moderate walk will lead you to the semi-rainforest shrouded falls. An Aboriginal art trail adjacent to this walk allows you to view indigenous art blended into the environment. ...
Perrin Park is a local park with great facilities for kids. Located in the inner-city suburb of Toowong, there are bicycle tracks, picnic areas, a rebound wall and a playground with a pedal powered cars on on a circular track. There is also an area for dogs to be let off their leashes....
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha are Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens. These 52 hectare gardens are situated seven kilometres from the city centre, and offer a variety of environments and natural wildlife. The Gardens also offer a picturesque venue for a wedding.
The Botanic Gardens are open every day, and entry to the gardens is free. Visitors can enjoy free guided tours Monday to Saturday at 11.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. (public holidays excluded). Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha features Japanese Gardens and a Freedom Wall monument; The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium is also located on the grounds.
The Botanic Gardens have a fully licensed restaurant and cafe - Botanical - with a capacity of 150 people. Dining is a breath of fresh air in a relaxing and tranquil setting in the midst of the beautiful gardens. Modern Australian cuisine is served in the main restaurant with light snacks, devonshire teas and ice creams available from the cafeteria....
Toowong Memorial Park, home to Western Districts Rugby Football Club, can be packed with spectators in season, unaware of historic tributes just metres from the footy oval, towards Brisbane River.
Parliamentarian EM Macartney officially opened Toowong Memorial Park on 7 September 1918 in honour of the 101 locals who enlisted in WWI. Decorative wrought iron memorial gates were erected to mark the park's official opening.
Beyond, on the summit of a ridge, is the 12 metre high Toowong Soldiers' Memorial, unveiled by Governor Sir Matthew Nathan on 2 July 1922. A fluted column with a Queensland marble drinking fountain at its base, surrounded by carved wreaths and swags, this memorial's base provides a valuable roll call of local involvement, naming all who enlisted on three marble slabs.
A commemorative avenue of palms was planted in 1918. A large section was relocated in 1993 to run parallel to Sylvan Road from the car park, curving gently towards the memorial gates.
Dawn ANZAC Day services proceed along this avenue, gathering at a more recent RSL memorial cairn, inside the gates....
Toowong Cemetery is Brisbane's largest and most grand burial site. Undertake a tour of this vast necropolis, resting place of 117,000 souls, discover the history of death and dying in Southern Queensland, hear local ghost stories and tales, told by your ghost host, Lily, as she explores the realm between this world and the next. Please note that costs apply for the tours.
Be warned - this can be a very eerie journey....