The Masonic Centre is located at 58 Neil Street which is situated between Margaret and Herries Streets and is next door to the Empire Theatre in the Toowoomba CBD. There is some free onsite parking, as well as paid street parking and two Council car parks across the road.
Cash, EFTPOS, MasterCard and Visa are all accepted. Cheques will be accepted but must be accompanied with ID. There is no ATM on-site but several are located close by.
how is the event set out
Bush Christmas is an exhibition with works exhibited together, not a market with stalls. It is similar to a gallery presentation with all works sold over one desk. While some exhibitors are always present at the exhibition, the majority cannot attend as they reside in the rural and remote areas that are simply too far to travel.
wheelchairs & prams
Those with wheelchairs and prams are warmly welcomed. Access to the building is available by proceeding down the right hand side of the building and through the back door. It is less likely to be crowded on weekday afternoons so if you come then you should have more room to move around.
when to visit
Bush Christmas runs for ten days from 9am to 6pm so there is a time for everyone! Those who are searching for a special one-off work may need to come during the early days of the exhibition. No matter what day of the exhibition you attend, there will always be something new and exciting to see with stocks replenished daily.
how to get to toowoomba
Perched on the top of the Great Dividing Range in South East Queensland, Toowoomba is a great destination to explore and enjoy. It is an easy one and a half hour drive west of Brisbane and two hours from the Gold Coast and only around an hour from a number of towns including Ipswich, Warwick, Dalby and Millmerran. So come on a day trip to visit Bush Christmas or stay overnight and enjoy all the other great things to see and do in Toowoomba.