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Withcott Region 

With a population of approximately 1,000 Withcott is located eight kilometres down the range from Toowoomba CBD.
The township has a Daycare/Pre-school and a Primary School plus a comprehensive range of local shops and tradespeople including:
* Medical Centre * Pharmacy * Newsagent
* Fuel Stations * Motor Mechanics *Hairdressing Salons
* Supermarket * Hotel & Bottle shops * Bakeries
* Garden Nursery * Antique Shops * Butcher
* Mower & small engine repairs *Hardware Store * Produce Store
* Landscape Supplies * Take away food * Pizzeria
* Withcott Times Monthly Newspaper * Withcott veterinary services * Withcott Op shop

Withcott State primary School caters for approximately 300 children; A network of buses pick up children in country areas to transport students to Withcott Primary School and the Withcott bus interchange. Primary school and Secondary School Students can then board designated buses that service nearly every state and private school in Toowoomba.
Community Organizations:
* Withcott & Helidon Lions Club * Withcott Rural Fire Brigade * Withcott Soccer Club
* Helidon Cricket Club * Withcott / Helidon Pony Club * Helidon RSL
* Withcott P & C Association * Withcott Indoor Bowls * Community Markets
* Upper Lockyer/Withcott QCWA * Withcott Church of Christ *Withcott Catholic Church

Warrego Highway 

The Warrego Highway is located in southern Queensland, Australia. It connects coastal centres to the south western areas of the state, and is approximately 750 kilometres in length. It takes its name from the Warrego River, which is the endpoint of the highway. The entire highway is part of the National Highway system linking Darwin and Brisbane: formerly National Highway 54, Queensland began to convert to the alphanumeric system much of Australia had adopted in the early-2000s and is now designated as National Highway A2.
The highway commences at the end of the M2 Ipswich Motorway, near Ipswich, and climbs the Great Dividing Rage to Toowoomba. The first section of highway between Ipswich and Toowoomba is motorway grade, a four lane divided highway with motorway-style on-ramps and off-ramps.
From Toowoomba, it then crosses the Darling Downs and continues to Charleville where the road is two lanes with many passing lanes along the route.

Lockyer Valley 

The Lockyer Valley is area of rich farmlands that lies to the west of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and east of Toowoomba. The Lockyer Valley is rated among the top ten most fertile farming areas in the world. The intensively cultivated area grows the most diverse range of commercial fruit and vegetables of any area in Australia and is often referred to as "South East Queensland's Salad Bowl".
The valley is experiencing increasing urbanisation at both its eastern and western extremities. As commuters move into the area, its towns are becoming dormitory suburbs and satellite towns of the Brisbane-Ipswich conurbation in the east and Toowoomba in the west. Urban planning measures have been implemented to preserve the good quality agricultural land and rural feel of the valley. Such measures largely confine future development to non-arable land on the slopes of the hills.

Toowoomba/Lockyer Valley Region 

Toowoomba is located approximately 128 kilometres west of Brisbane and is the gateway to the Darling Downs, one of Australia's richest agricultural regions.
Toowoomba enjoys a unique position on the crest of the Great Dividing Range 800 meters above sea level and is the home of the new Toowoomba Regional Council, Queensland's largest council covering in excess of 13,000 Sq km and containing a population of approximately 151,000 people.
Toowoomba has all the benefits of urban living without any of the big-city 'hassles'. Enjoy the best of both worlds, with relaxed lifestyle and family-friendly atmosphere, as well as easy access to the larger population centres of Brisbane and the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
As the hub of the Darling Downs, Toowoomba lies at the convergence of an extensive rail and road network that links directly to the national ports of Brisbane, Sydney and Gladstone.
From the southern states, three major highways feed in to the region are:
The New England Highway - Sydney (919km)
The Newell Highway - Canberra (1,111km) Melbourne (1,543km)
The Warrego Highway - East to Brisbane (125km) Northwest to Darwin (3,305kms)

To enhance the ease of transport through the region, pilot drilling for a new road range crossing to facilitate the transport of freight into South East Queensland began in 2007. When completed, the second range crossing will reroute trucks to the 110 km/hr bypass road on the main inland route between Sydney and Brisbane. The bypass will also join the Warrego Highway at the Charlton Wellcamp Integrated Employment Area. 

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