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Carnival GETS UNDER WAY

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HUNDREDS of families were out and about enjoying the floral displays in our parks during the first Carnival of Flowers weekend.

The 2021 event will be different to those of years gone by with the festivitie­s spread through September.

Queens Park came alive at the weekend with light entertainm­ent and plenty of sunshine.

The Toowoomba Regional Council’s staff are putting the finishing touches on several garden beds and if all goes to plan the flowers will hit their peak in mid-September.

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 ??  ?? BUNDLES OF JOY: Walking together are (from left) Nicola Crank holding Winx, Ben Crank, Damian Glover and Lauren Glover carrying Scarlett Glover. Pictures: Kevin Farmer.
BUNDLES OF JOY: Walking together are (from left) Nicola Crank holding Winx, Ben Crank, Damian Glover and Lauren Glover carrying Scarlett Glover. Pictures: Kevin Farmer.
 ??  ?? One of the many families in Queensland Park are (from left) Rachel and Sonny Slater with their daughter Poppy.
One of the many families in Queensland Park are (from left) Rachel and Sonny Slater with their daughter Poppy.
 ??  ?? Enjoying the cherry blossoms during the first weekend of the Carnival of Flowers are Richa and Ashok Lama.
Enjoying the cherry blossoms during the first weekend of the Carnival of Flowers are Richa and Ashok Lama.
 ??  ?? In the park together are (from left) Ainas Khdhir, Shanaz Sheebo and Hanan Sheebo.
In the park together are (from left) Ainas Khdhir, Shanaz Sheebo and Hanan Sheebo.

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