Located five kilometres’ south-east of Toowoomba centre, Rangeville is a peaceful, tree-lined suburb with plenty on offer for those seeking a tranquil life with every convenience close by.
The carefully planned suburb boasts greenery and parkland on every corner, while modern homes and classic Queenslanders with manicured gardens give Rangeville an established, elegant atmosphere.
Four expansive reserves make up the eastern boundary of Rangeville, including Picnic Point Park, Mount Tabletop, McKnight Park and J.E. Duggan Park, all of which command breathtaking views east toward Queensland’s coast. While only two schools are situated within the suburb’s boundaries, a host of public and private schooling options in neighbouring suburbs makes Rangeville an attractive choice for young families.
Rangeville is also home to the 19 acres of Toowoomba Water Bird Habitat, ensuring that thousands of native birds are protected with a suitable place to feed, nest and roost.
High Street Shopping Centre has almost every service on offer, including eateries and restaurants. The charming and free Community Library in the shopping centre where locals are encouraged to donate and borrow books at their leisure.
If serenity and stability are vital characteristics of a suburb when looking for a place to settle, the community of Rangeville will deliver the perfect lifestyle.
Rangeville State School
St Joseph’s College Toowoomba
Centenary Heights State High School
St Thomas More’s Catholic Primary School
Middle Ridge State School
Christian Outreach College Toowoomba
Martin Luther Primary School
Toowoomba Grammar School
126km from Brisbane
6km from Toowoomba
QConnect buses run daily services through Rangeville and surrounding neighbourhoods
A Westlander train operates twice weekly between Toowoomba and Brisbane
However, with several coach companies managing the route in half the time a coach is a more efficient option
Picnic Point Park
J.E. Duggan Park
Middle Ridge Golf Club
Toowoomba Water Bird Habitat
High Street Shopping Centre
Community Little Library
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