Cassidy Davies (left) and Talisha Lane at the Heritage Bank Festival of Food and Wine of the 2019 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, Friday, September 20, 2019.
Cassidy Davies (left) and Talisha Lane at the Heritage Bank Festival of Food and Wine of the 2019 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, Friday, September 20, 2019. Kevin Farmer

WHAT'S ON: Your guide to second day of Carnival of Flowers

ONE of the biggest days of the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers kicks off today, and there's plenty for the thousands of residents and visitors to see and do.

TOUR THE GARDENS

THE stunning winning gardens in The Chronicle Garden Competition will open up to visitors today, and there are a bunch of ways you can get your hands on a map of their locations.

If you would like an interactive driving map on your photo or tablet, click here.

If you'd like to print a digital PDF before you have out on your drive or just want the document on your phone or tablet, click here.

Finally, you can see the full The Chronicle Garden Competition Visitor Guide on your mobile device or desktop here.

Make sure you check out these stunning gardens - you won't be disappointed.

FOOD AND WINE SCHEDULE

THE biggest day of the Heritage Bank Festival of Food and Wine is today, and it's usually the one that sells out.

Whether it's food and beer tastings, cooking demonstrations or live music, there is something for the whole family.

Music starts at 10am, with the biggest bands, Queen Forever and Bjorn Again, helping you groove into the night.

There is still time to buy tickets before you reach the gate.

Head to tcof.com.au to buy tickets, or check out our Visitor Guide for a full list of what's on at the festival today.

CHECK OUT THE PARADE

THE Grand Central Floral Parade starts at 3pm today, with thousands expected to line the streets of Toowoomba's CBD.

To find out how you can get the best view, and a detailed list of street closures, click here.

For a full list of events on, make sure you check out The Chronicle Garden Competition Visitor Guide here.



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