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Toowoomba Regional Council is partnering with CreativeMornings and some of Toowoomba’s brightest leaders and thinkers to bring you a series of talks on the City Centre Master Plan. Videos added weekly so check back regularly.

CreativeMornings Panel: 9.00am Friday 19th June


Join CreativeMornings and Toowoomba Regional Council as we discuss the 20-year City Centre Master Plan. We’re now 10 years into the plan, so we’ve asked Ann Whitton (TRC’s Principal Urban Designer), Anna Sillett (Ivy Designer Collections) and Lauren Janson-Roberts (Sweet Talk Coffee/Cropt) to join us to talk about the opportunities for the next 10! This will be Q&A style but hosted online on Zoom.

Post-lockdown, we all want to see a revived, thriving heart for Toowoomba. This is your opportunity to join the conversation about how we get there. We’ll be exploring the role creatives and entrepreneurs play in the city-making process, placemaking and why the human element is so important in designing places people love and connect with.

If you missed the morning, you can watch the webinar here!



Design Talks: 'Tuesdays'

Hear from those in Toowoomba’s design industries about the achievements of the past 10 years of Toowoomba’s development and what’s next. Talks will be uploaded each Tuesday for the engagement, so check back weekly.



Week 1
Malcolm Middleton, Queensland State Architect, discusses the opportunities for inner-city living in Toowoomba.

Week 2
Mandy Adams, Richard Adams Homes discusses the Mills Precinct and Wade Eiser, Director, Aspect Architecture discusses the Saba Building and Walton Stores.
Week 3
Stephanie Keays, Architect discusses two heritage buildings in Toowoomba's City and brings alive the statures as she reviews their design.

Week 4
Kyle Jenkins, Coordinator Visual Arts USQ discusses the ways that public art can activate space and attract people as well as opportunities he sees for artists and creatives in Toowoomba.

Week 5
Tegan Steggall, Architect, Aspect Architecture discusses inner city living, laneways and potential future development in Toowoomba.


Thank you for visiting the page during our period of engagement . Should you have any specific questions, please contact yoursay@tr.qld.gov.au and quote "Your City Centre".


Click here to go back to the Your City Centre - Beyond 2020 page.


Toowoomba Regional Council is partnering with CreativeMornings and some of Toowoomba’s brightest leaders and thinkers to bring you a series of talks on the City Centre Master Plan. Videos added weekly so check back regularly.

CreativeMornings Panel: 9.00am Friday 19th June


Join CreativeMornings and Toowoomba Regional Council as we discuss the 20-year City Centre Master Plan. We’re now 10 years into the plan, so we’ve asked Ann Whitton (TRC’s Principal Urban Designer), Anna Sillett (Ivy Designer Collections) and Lauren Janson-Roberts (Sweet Talk Coffee/Cropt) to join us to talk about the opportunities for the next 10! This will be Q&A style but hosted online on Zoom.

Post-lockdown, we all want to see a revived, thriving heart for Toowoomba. This is your opportunity to join the conversation about how we get there. We’ll be exploring the role creatives and entrepreneurs play in the city-making process, placemaking and why the human element is so important in designing places people love and connect with.

If you missed the morning, you can watch the webinar here!



Design Talks: 'Tuesdays'

Hear from those in Toowoomba’s design industries about the achievements of the past 10 years of Toowoomba’s development and what’s next. Talks will be uploaded each Tuesday for the engagement, so check back weekly.



Week 1
Malcolm Middleton, Queensland State Architect, discusses the opportunities for inner-city living in Toowoomba.

Week 2
Mandy Adams, Richard Adams Homes discusses the Mills Precinct and Wade Eiser, Director, Aspect Architecture discusses the Saba Building and Walton Stores.
Week 3
Stephanie Keays, Architect discusses two heritage buildings in Toowoomba's City and brings alive the statures as she reviews their design.

Week 4
Kyle Jenkins, Coordinator Visual Arts USQ discusses the ways that public art can activate space and attract people as well as opportunities he sees for artists and creatives in Toowoomba.

Week 5
Tegan Steggall, Architect, Aspect Architecture discusses inner city living, laneways and potential future development in Toowoomba.


Thank you for visiting the page during our period of engagement . Should you have any specific questions, please contact yoursay@tr.qld.gov.au and quote "Your City Centre".


Click here to go back to the Your City Centre - Beyond 2020 page.