Pittsworth is well known for its tree lined streets, mostly made up of purple Jacarandas and orange Silky Oaks which create a canopy of colour to the town when they are flowering in October-November.
Tours & Attractions
Pittsworth - The Heart of the Darling Downs
Pittsworth is well known for its tree lined streets, mostly made up of purple Jacarandas and orange Silky Oaks which create a canopy of colour to the town when they are flowering in October-November. The beauty of the Darling Downs through the seasons with ever changing colours and vast expanse of seasonal crops makes a visit worthwhile at any time.
The town is 45 minutes drive from the regional city of Toowoomba, and within two and a half hours drive from Brisbane
Pittsworth Pioneer Historical Village
Pittsworth Pioneer Historical Village has been set up to provide a lasting reminder of the early development of Pittsworth and surrounding rural district through the use of original buildings, equipment and artifacts. There are numerous displays including buildings set up in the era, wearing apparel, lace work, early settlers, settlements and machinery. The museum is also home to a display of memorabilia boasting the feats of Arthur Postle, known as the "Crimson Flash", Australia and the world's one time fastest athlete.
- Heather Hanlon's White Mischief confectionary housed in the old Co-op dairy factory at Mount Tyson,
- "West of the Range Womens Artists" Gallery in Yandilla Street,
- Historic Tattersalls Club Hotel towards the western end of Yandilla Street.
- Governor's Choice Cottages Cafe and Winery halfway between Pittsworth and Toowoomba on the Gore Highway.
- Mechanical Repairs
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