Retirement living in Darling Downs (Queensland)

Retirement villages in the Darling Downs means retiring among rolling hills and vast farmland.

The region is famous for its natural and heritage attractions including the Goomburra State Forest, Queen Mary Falls and Main Range National Park.

The Cobb & Co Museum has displays of horse drawn vehicles and educates visitors about the history of the Darling Downs region. There is also a small zoo near Clifton the ‘Darling Down Zoo.’

The major cities in the region are Toowoomba, Dalby, Warwick, Roma, Oakey, Mitchell and many other smaller towns.

The region is known for its rolling hills and vast farmland. Local farms produce vegetables, legumes, cotton, wheat and barley and many more. You will find many cattle farms as well.

The combined population for the entire region is over 240,000.

 

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