Historic Walk Through Mort Estate Information
The Mort Estate, Toowoomba's oldest subdivision, was established in 1862 and its intriguing history and architecture can now be enjoyed on a self-guided walk through the precinct.
This pleasant walk starts and finishes at Toowoomba's historic Railway Station. Follow the trail of historic sites along Taylor Street, Boulton Terrace, Norwood Street and Mort Streets.
Drop in to the Toowoomba Visitor Information Centre (86 James Street) for a copy of the brochure to guide you along your way.
Allow a minimum of one hour for a brisk walk and longer for a leisurely stroll.
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