Royal Bull’s Head Inn – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Inn (c.1859), is one of the earliest buildings in the Toowoomba area and was a welcome oasis for travellers, as well as being used for meetings, auctions and social functions. The rooms are furnished of a style common during the 1870s, downstairs represents the visitor’s accommodation and upstairs the working men’s rooms. Two rooms survive in original condition.
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