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Ray White Toowong

Ray White Real Estate Toowong

Ray White Toowong is an acclaimed premier real estate office, recognised for growing and maintaining a successful service, value and advice that they provide their customers.

The Ray White Toowong team work closely together and are responsible to ensure that your property is marketed and sold to the highest possible standards and timeframes.

The team offers you an assurance that they will be acting in your best interests – legally, ethically and financially, at all times.

Address: 52 High St, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: (07) 3870 0088

Website: Link. (opens in new window)

Location Map: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Search for properties: Properties For Sale or Rent. (opens in new window)


Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm
Saturday 8.30am to 4.00pm

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PRD Nationwide Toowong

PRD Nationwide Toowong

The service philosophy of PRD Nationwide Toowong is:

* To put the your needs first
* To achieve the best results for our clients
* A positive ‘can do’ attitude
* Act with honesty and integrity at all times

These are the backbone of the small but dynamic team that ensures that you won’t get lost in the crowd. They provide excellence in sales, marketing and property management services that are realistic, cost effective and produce results.

We make one statement “We Can, We Will, We Do and YOU Count.”

Address: 3/48 Sherwood Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone (For Sale): (07) 3721 8555
Phone (For Rentals): (07) 3721 8585

Website: Link. (opens in new window)

Location Map: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Search for a property: To Rent, or To Buy. (opens in new window)

Hours: Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.00pm

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Banking Around Toowong

There are many banking facilities in Toowong, making it an ideal spot to handle your cash or investments. As a transport hub, it’s easy to get to and from Toowong, so you’re able to easily get in or out and do your banking when you need to.

ANZ Toowong

ANZ Bank, Toowong

Address: Toowong Village, 3 Sherwood Road, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: 13 13 14

ATM: Available on site

Website: Link (opens in new window)

Location: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Opening Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9:30am – 4:00pm
Friday 9:30am – 5:00pm

Bank of Qld, Toowong

Bank of Queensland (BOQ) Toowong

Address: Toowong Village, 1 Sherwood Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: (07) 3871 6300

ATM: Available on site

Website: Link (opens in new window)

Location: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Opening Hours:

Monday   9:30am – 4:00pm
Tuesday  9:30am – 4:00pm
Wednesday  9:30am – 4:00pm
Thursday  9:30am – 4:00pm
Friday  9:30am – 5:00pm
Closed on weekends and public holidays.

Commonwealth Bank (CBA) Toowong

Address: 9 Sherwood Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: (07) 3870 717

ATM: Available on site

Website: Link (opens in new window)

Location: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Opening Hours: This is an ATM Facility only, there is no Branch in Toowong. Access to the ATM is inside Toowong Village, and the opening hours are 7 days a week, generally between 8am and 10pm (a little shorter on weekends)

National Australia Bank (NAB) Toowong

Address: 29 Sherwood Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: 13 22 65

ATM: Available on site

Website: Link (opens in new window)

Location: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Opening Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9:30am – 4:00pm
Friday 9:30am – 5:00pm

Suncorp Toowong

Address: Shop G2 Toowong Village Sherwood Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: 13 11 55

ATM: Two available on site

Website: Link (opens in new window)

Location: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Opening Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9:30am – 4:00pm
Friday 9:30am – 5:00pm

Westpac Toowong

Address: Cnr Sherwood Rd & Jephson St, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: 13 20 32

ATM: Available on site

Website: Link (opens in new window)

Location: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Opening Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9:30am – 4:00pm
Friday 9:30am – 5:00pm

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Website Design

Sure Fire Web is a Brisbane Web Design company that specialises in small business web design. The key to increasing business and letting more customers find you is to develop your own internet presence, and by using that website as your silent sales force to bring in more customers to your door.

Sure Fire Web is a business that understands your needs, and is able to help you develop your own professional website for your small business. You’ll be able to completely control your own website content without having to pay (untold) hundreds of dollars to web design companies to update your pages.

You could be up and running as early as next week.

Website: Sure Fire Web Design (opens in new window)

Contact: Follow this link (opens in new window)

Message Bank: (07) 3103 1403, will call you back

Address: 105 Beatrice St, Taringa, Qld, 4068


  • Small Business Web Design
  • Email Marketing
  • Search Engine Optimisation (get on the first page of Google)
  • Web Design Improvement
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Webmaster Tools
  • Website Small Course Training for Small Businesses

Package Pricing

1. Premium Package $1,500

– 2 hour one on one interview to produce a detailed design of your website, valued at $1,500
– includes your own photos, images or logo, or we can take the photos for you, valued at $200
– includes your own contact page and email from your domain, valued at $100
– gives you 100% access to change your own content via Admin Panel, no update fees, value: priceless
– a personal screen capture video of your website that shows how to control and modify your site, valued at $150
– submission of your website to the search engines, valued at $350
– follow up and satisfaction guarantee session, valued at $150

2. Advanced Package $2,000

– includes all the items in the Premium Package
– includes 12 months of priority hosting, valued at $250
– includes 12 months of website design modifications, valued at $500
– includes 12 months of website support, valued at $300

3. Platinum Package $2,500

– includes all the items in the Premium and Advanced Packages
– includes the set up of your own visitor tracking via Google Analytics so you can understand your traffic, valued at $250
– personally write 3 articles and distribute them to over 10,000 article directories on the internet, valued at $250
– initiate Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) to get your site ranked higher in the search engines, valued at $500

Personal Coaching $1,000 per 8 hour day

If you’re really wanting to super-charge your business then I’m available on a one-to-one basis as your mentor and guide to help set up your online presence. I can assist with your website design, production, hosting, answer questions about visitor tracking, sales page design, and more. Having been on the internet for a number of years now I am able to assist you with just about every question that you could throw me about internet marketing.

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David Jones

David Jones (Toowong) is located inside Toowong Village Shopping Centre and is spread across three floors. A single person escalator is available directly in front of the Food Court on the Ground Floor entry area, and you may access David Jones from any of the three levels at other points inside the Village.

Services at DJ’s Toowong include a Bridal Registry and Gift Wrapping.

Address: Cnr Benson &  Sherwood St, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: (07) 3243 9800

Website: Link. (opens in new window)

Location Map: Google Map. (opens in new window)


  • Monday 9.30 – 5.30
  • Tuesday 9.30 – 5.30
  • Wednesday 9.30 – 5.30
  • Thursday 9.30 – 9.00
  • Friday 9.30 – 5.30
  • Saturday 9.00 – 5.00
  • Sunday 10.00 – 5.00


  • Ladies Fashion
  • Menswear
  • Shoes & Accessories
  • Beauty
  • Childrenswear & Toys
  • Homewares
  • Stationery
  • Small Electrical
  • Furniture
  • Travelgoods
  • Gourmet & Confectionery
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Toowong Library

The Toowong Library is located inside Toowong Village Shopping Centre.

Located on Level 1 of Toowong Village, the Brisbane City Council Library offers children’s story-time, a local history collection, meeting room hire and access to a huge range of books, magazines, newspapers, CD’s, DVD’s and e-Books.

The Library also offers a wide range of computer and internet training sessions, that are free to the public.

Address: 9 Sherwood Road, Toowong, Qld, 4066
Phone: (07) 3403 2590

Opening Hours:

  • Monday      9.00am – 5.30pm
  • Tuesday     9.00am – 5.30pm
  • Wednesday     9.00am – 5.30pm
  • Thursday     9.00am – 8.00pm
  • Friday     9.00am – 5.30pm
  • Saturday     9.00am – 3.00pm
  • Sunday     Closed

Toowong Library is closed public holidays.

  • Disability Facilities and wheelchair access is available.
  • Bookings are required to use the Word Processor, and a Photocopier is available.
  • Internet Access & Free Internet Classes are also available – though bookings are required, access is free.
  • You will need to be a library member to use the Internet.

Meeting Rooms are accessible during the shopping centre opening hours for Toowong Village. Seats 30 persons.

Meeting Rooms come with the following facilities:

  • Electronic whiteboard
  • Overhead projector
  • TV/Video/DVD
  • Internet access
  • Laptop PCs available for use in meeting room
  • Kitchen.

For more information,contact Brisbane City Council Library Services.

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Property House

Property House Toowong is a boutique real estate agency offering personalised service. They understand their clients needs are unique, and produce innovative marketing ideas to come up with profitable solutions.

Property House Toowong was established in 1989, and their prime service area ranges from the Brisbane CBD, inner Western suburbs through to Chapel Hill, Kenmore and Brookfield.

Address: 2a/49 Sherwood Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: (07) 3870 1800

Website: Link. (opens in new window)

Location Map: Google Map. (opens in new window)

Search for properties: Properties For Sale. (opens in new window)


Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.00pm
Saturday 9.00am – 1.30 pm

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Toowong Village

Toowong Village was opened in 1986 with an office tower and shopping centre. It is situated in Toowong on the crossroads between Coronation Drive, High Street and Sherwood Road. The shopping centre includes 86 specialty stores over an area of approximately 31,000 square metres.

The building is renowned for it’s blue glass office tower – which forms a prominent landmark visible from Toowong and surrounding suburbs. Toowong Village has 10 undercover car parking levels with over 1,600 car parks.

Hours: Seven days a week between the following times:

* Weekdays – 8am – 10pm.
* Saturday – basement car park 8am – 6pm. Multi-deck 8am – 11pm.
* Sunday – basement car park 9am – 6pm. Multi-deck 9am – 10pm.

Parking: There is a 4 hour parking limit at Toowong Village.

Address: Cnr High St and Sherwood Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: (07) 3870 7177

Website: Link. (opens in new window)

Location Map: Google Map (opens in new window)

Aerial View: Photographic view of Toowong Village. (opens in new window)

Special Services: Justice of the Peace available on Tuesday and Thursday, 10am -12.30pm on the Gallery level.


The previous site was a sawmill that was operated earlier during the 1900’s. More recently the shopping center was built over the existing Toowong Railway station. Prior to build, there was controversy over its development – the Queensland Government ruled over the Brisbane town planners to permit the construction of Toowong Village. Until then the Brisbane City Council had refused construction because of traffic concerns that would offshoot into surrounding streets.

The shopping centre includes the Toowong Post Office, the Brisbane City Council Library, photocopying facilities and medical centre.

Inside Toowong Village are four sets of travelators and a (very slow) lift. The travelators enable you to take shopping trolleys to different floors of the building without using the lift.

The exit to the Toowong Railway Station is also located from the Gallery level of Toowong Village, near Sizzler.

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Toowong Roundabout

The Toowong Roundabout (also nicknamed “death by roundabout”, by some) is a combination of two roundabouts in close proximity to each other. Getting on and off the roundabouts takes considerable navigational skills, and is adjacent to Toowong Cemetery.

The first roundabout is the connecting link between the western end of Milton Road and the eastern end the Western Freeway that passes through Toowong. It also intersects the road that runs up past the Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens to meet Sir Samuel Griffith Drive at a T intersection, a popular route that takes you up to the top of Mt Coot-tha.

The second roundabout is for vehicles that pass from the Centenary Highway (or M5 Motorway) onto Milton Rd, or through Frederick St to travel south to Miskin St.

Getting to the Toowong Roundabout is not a pleasant (or particularly safe) experience during peak hour traffic. If you’re travelling south on Frederick Street you can take the overpass to the right over the first roundabout, stick to the right, and get to the second roundabout while staying mostly out of the way of cars.

However if you travel from any other entry point to the second roundabout then you need to get across two lanes of traffic coming from the first roundabout and the third lane coming from the overpass, all of which are accelerating straight ahead to the freeway (bypassing the second roundabout). You need to get across to the right hand side to be able to turn onto the side lane to the second roundabout.

Another alternative is to enter the first roundabout on the road (from Milton Road or Miskin Street) and get across into the right hand lane before the traffic around you has a chance to start accelerating. The overpass lane then joins in from the right and you don’t have much space to get across it as well before you miss the turn off and end up in the middle lane on the freeway (not where you want to be). The traffic coming off the overpass has already had a bit of distance (downhill) to start accelerating, so this is no easy task. This approach is not recommended unless you are really sure you know what you are doing.

Article courtesy Wikipedia.

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