Royal Bull's Head Inn - Toowoomba
Explore a nineteenth-century inn built by an ex-convict!
A must visit in Toowoomba! The Royal Bull’s Head Inn was acquired by National Trust of Queensland over forty years ago.
Discover rooms that seem as if their nineteenth-century occupants have never left. Some feature artefacts similar to those used in the Inn’s earliest trading days, others the furniture used and loved by the members of the Lynch family.
Marvel at the utensils in the old kitchen, the part of the Inn which has seen least change. Explore the many rooms to see if you can determine the use of different artefacts from 150 years ago! Stroll through the rambling garden surrounding the Inn.
Visiting the Royal Bull’s Head Inn is like entering a doorway into the early days of settlement on the Darling Downs.
The Royal Bull’s Head Inn also hosts monthly paranormal evenings in partnership with Toowoomba ghost tours, South East Paranormal team and have become increasingly popular since starting in 2014.
The Royal Bull’s Head Inn is open the first Sunday of every month from 10am to 4pm by dedicated volunteers. The committed National Trust branch host a series of heritage special events, celebrating their unique history.
Small entry fees apply to the general public. Entry is complimentary for National Trust members.
Plan Your Visit
Brisbane Street, Drayton, Queensland, 4350
First Sunday of the month 10am to 4pm.
07 4637 2278
Adults - $7
Children - $5
Concession - $5
Family (2 Adults + 2 children) - $20
National Trust Members - Free