Colliers Toowoomba

Leaders in Toowoomba's property market since 2009. Specialising in commercial, residential, property management, project management and rural.

Colliers Toowoomba

Leaders in Toowoomba's property market since 2009. Specialising in commercial, residential, property management, project marketing and rural.

Leaders in Toowoomba's property market since 2009. Specialising in commercial, residential, property management, project marketing and rural.

Colliers Toowoomba

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Who are we?

Who are we?

Located in the high growth western corridor at the gateway to metropolitan Brisbane, the Colliers International Toowoomba office offers expertise across all real estate sectors including commercial sales and leasing, industrial, retail, commercial property management, residential sales, residential property management, rural, land and project marketing.

Whether you are an investor, developer or occupier, we provide a breadth of specialised services to provide integrated solutions to manage your property requirements and enhance your investments. From introducing national and international retailers to the region and delivering exceptional residential project marketing to managing, selling and leasing A Grade office and industrial assets, we have the knowledge and skills to accelerate your success.

Our clients benefit from our local knowledge and relationships, backed by the strength of the Colliers International global reach.

Who are we?

Located in the high growth western corridor at the gateway to metropolitan Brisbane, the Colliers International Toowoomba office offers expertise across all real estate sectors including commercial sales and leasing, industrial, retail, commercial property management, residential sales, residential property management, rural, land and project marketing.

Whether you are an investor, developer or occupier, we provide a breadth of specialised services to provide integrated solutions to manage your property requirements and enhance your investments. From introducing national and international retailers to the region and delivering exceptional residential project marketing to managing, selling and leasing A Grade office and industrial assets, we have the knowledge and skills to accelerate your success.

Our clients benefit from our local knowledge and relationships, backed by the strength of the Colliers International global reach.

Area Snapshot

Located just over an hour drive from Brisbane, Toowoomba is Australia’s largest inland city. Toowoomba offers affordable housing, a diversified economy and an emerging industrial and commercial precinct supporting the greater Darling Downs region. Strong commitment by the local government to provide significant infrastructure projects is also anticipated to stimulate demand for office and industrial space over the coming years.

Toowoomba Facts

• It is the largest inland regional city in Australia and is located upon the Great Dividing Range. • The current population in the Toowoomba region is about 163,000 and this figure is set to jump to 205,025 people by 2036. • Over the past five years, the population of the Toowoomba Regional Council area has increased at an average annual rate of 1.05%. • The region’s major enterprises include manufacturing, resources, retail, health and community services, as well as agriculture and export. • The Toowoomba region represents Australia’s leading agricultural sector in production and innovation. • Toowoomba is the economic and commercial hub of the Darling Downs. It services a diversity of primary and secondary industries and plays a significant role in the economic development of a large area of the southern & south western Queensland. • Supported by a number of major highways, Toowoomba is located a leisurely 90-minute drive from Brisbane & approximately 120 minutes to both the north & south coasts. • More than 3 million people visit Toowoomba each year.

Live in Toowoomba

As the fourth most family friendly city in Australia, Toowoomba has much to offer residents. With an abundance of public parks and green spaces, schools and sporting clubs, and just 90 minutes to Brisbane and close proximity to both the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Toowoomba has become an ideal place to raise a family.

The city has more than 80 primary and high schools. It is known as the education capital of Queensland, with many families from rural areas choosing to send their children to board in Toowoomba. It has a leading performer in the Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE while the University of Southern Queensland has forged a reputation as one of the country’s leading providers of on-campus and distance education programs.

Living in Toowoomba couldn’t be more affordable either. The median house price for Toowoomba stands at $352,250, well below the state average. Rent prices are also extremely competitive, with the median rate sitting at $300 a week. Toowoomba’s median income level is $43,435 p.a. It is close to the state average of $44, 574 p.a. however lower house prices mean it is much easier to maintain a better lifestyle in Toowoomba.

The Toowoomba region has Queensland’s lowest rental vacancy rate and unemployment levels. There continues to be imminent job creation through the vast infrastructure projects among the region, as well as the resources sector positioned in close proximity.

Area Snapshot

Located just over an hour drive from Brisbane, Toowoomba is Australia’s largest inland city. Toowoomba offers affordable housing, a diversified economy and an emerging industrial and commercial precinct supporting the greater Darling Downs region. Strong commitment by the local government to provide significant infrastructure projects is also anticipated to stimulate demand for office and industrial space over the coming years.

Toowoomba Facts

• It is the largest inland regional city in Australia and is located upon the Great Dividing Range. • The current population in the Toowoomba region is about 163,000 and this figure is set to jump to 205,025 people by 2036. • Over the past five years, the population of the Toowoomba Regional Council area has increased at an average annual rate of 1.05%. • The region’s major enterprises include manufacturing, resources, retail, health and community services, as well as agriculture and export. • The Toowoomba region represents Australia’s leading agricultural sector in production and innovation. • Toowoomba is the economic and commercial hub of the Darling Downs. It services a diversity of primary and secondary industries and plays a significant role in the economic development of a large area of the southern & south western Queensland. • Supported by a number of major highways, Toowoomba is located a leisurely 90-minute drive from Brisbane & approximately 120 minutes to both the north & south coasts. • More than 3 million people visit Toowoomba each year.

Live in Toowoomba

As the fourth most family friendly city in Australia, Toowoomba has much to offer residents. With an abundance of public parks and green spaces, schools and sporting clubs, and just 90 minutes to Brisbane and close proximity to both the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Toowoomba has become an ideal place to raise a family.

The city has more than 80 primary and high schools. It is known as the education capital of Queensland, with many families from rural areas choosing to send their children to board in Toowoomba. It has a leading performer in the Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE while the University of Southern Queensland has forged a reputation as one of the country’s leading providers of on-campus and distance education programs.

Living in Toowoomba couldn’t be more affordable either. The median house price for Toowoomba stands at $352,250, well below the state average. Rent prices are also extremely competitive, with the median rate sitting at $300 a week. Toowoomba’s median income level is $43,435 p.a. It is close to the state average of $44, 574 p.a. however lower house prices mean it is much easier to maintain a better lifestyle in Toowoomba.

The Toowoomba region has Queensland’s lowest rental vacancy rate and unemployment levels. There continues to be imminent job creation through the vast infrastructure projects among the region, as well as the resources sector positioned in close proximity.

Toowoomba's Way into the Future

Major Developments

There are a number of major developments currently in construction and in planning, set to put Toowoomba on the map as a freight and logistics hub.

The Toowoomba Enterprise Hub is one of the most significant transport, logistics and business hubs in Australia, offering the synergy of a central location encompassing an internationally capable airport and a major freight facility with more than 2000 hectares of industrial land at the western outskirts of Toowoomba.

Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport located in Toowoomba provides interstate, intrastate and international connectivity for the Darling Downs, Granite Belt, Surat Basin and Southern Downs regions. Now with over 70 domestic passenger flights, through 3 airlines and an international freighter service, Wellcamp Airport provides access and opportunities for communities, businesses and organisations across Southern Queensland, improving the livability of the region, and facilitating investment and business opportunities.

The Wellcamp Business Park is a 500-hectare industrial and commercial estate surrounds Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport and is fast becoming the commerce and industry hub of Toowoomba and regional south east Queensland. Wellcamp Business Park offers unparalleled access to world class road and air transport infrastructure, providing a range of opportunities to a variety of businesses and industries.

InterLinkSQ is positioned at the eastern extent of the Type 1 road train network and will provide as of right access from the Warrego Highway for Type 1 road trains including B-triple configurations up to 36.5m long. The InterLink Industrial Park is a master-planned, logistics, warehousing and industrial estate, full road-train accessible and adjoining the InterLink Global Logistics Centre.

Witmack Industry Park and Charlton Logistics Park – WIP is one of Toowoomba’s largest industrial land developments and offers large size industrial land parcels from 2 to 5 hectares. The sites are levelled, with top soil removed, fully serviced and available for occupation. One business situated in WIP is the $100 million Toowoomba Pulse Data Centre that has been approved for construction on a 4ha industrial site. The development is designed to be highly scalable and provide sophisticated cooling, security and energy connections and backup systems to Tier III classification.

The Nexus Toowoomba Second Range Crossing is now completed. The Bypass, which will provide an alternative route for trucks travelling between Brisbane, Toowoomba and further west, will not only enormously reduce traffic congestion but also majorly benefit businesses. It is expected an increase of annual turnover could be as high as 14.6 per cent in revenue across all industry. It is a project that has long been on the wish list of many residents and business members, and one that has been sorely needed for the region.

The Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail Project is also a reality. The Project is set to deliver a rail line which will create a new future for freight movement in Australia’s eastern states, from Melbourne to the Port of Brisbane through New South Wales. Benefits will include efficient market access for agricultural industries and removing almost 4000 trucks off South East Queensland’s roads.

The Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail Project is also a reality. The Project is set to deliver a rail line which will create a new future for freight movement in Australia’s eastern states, from Melbourne to the Port of Brisbane through New South Wales. Benefits will include efficient market access for agricultural industries and removing almost 4000 trucks off South East Queensland’s roads.

The city’s central business district has recently received a major facelift with a $500 million retail centre redevelopment. The much-anticipated integration of Gardentown Shopping Centre and Grand Central Shopping Centre has increased the combined size of the two centres by approximately 30,000 square metres and has created a master-planned and integrated retail, entertainment and leisure destination.

Resources

The Toowoomba region is the service gateway to the vast coal and gas energy reserves in the Surat Basin. The Surat Basin is around two to three hours west of Toowoomba. In 2014/15, Surat Basin contributed 8.6% of Regional Queensland’s Mining employment and 9.1% of its value add. The Toowoomba Region is also well located to service the resource projects in the Cooper Basin.

Most of Queensland’s CSG production and reserves are in the Surat Basin, to which the Toowoomba region contributes 42% of all Exploration and Other Mining Support Services, highlighting its importance as a service hub for the mining industry. This is also reflected in the number of well drilling and servicing businesses locating in the region.

Agriculture & Export

Toowoomba’s rich tradition in agriculture grew from beginnings that took advantage of highly fertile farming land. European settlement dates from the 1840s, with land used mainly for cattle and sheep grazing. The Agriculture industry started to diversify in the late 1800s with land also being used for cereal growing and dairy farming, with some timber-milling in the northern areas, and some coal mining. In 2015, Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing remains an important component of the Toowoomba Region economy with a gross value of $770 million with key outputs in grain, poultry, cotton, beef, pork and dairy products. Its state significance is highlighted by its contribution to Queensland’s economy – Toowoomba Region accounts for 10.7% of Queensland Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing employment (FTE), 10.7% of value add and 11.1% of exports.

Food product manufacturing makes a major contribution to the region’s economy, adding significant value to the agriculture industry by turning raw ingredients into a range of value-added products. Key food product manufacturing activities in Toowoomba Region include meat, bakery and dairy product manufacturing.

What's Next?

Population modelling based on current trends, project the Toowoomba region’s rate of population growth will double, even triple, over the next 20 years. It is conservatively predicted that Toowoomba Regional Council area will be home to over 200,000 people by 2036. There is no doubting that the city is on the cusp of a major growth spurt with an enormous set of opportunities to come its way. With much-needed infrastructure being constructed or in planning, a booming economy and continuing job growth, Toowoomba is ready to lead the way!

Toowoomba's Way into the Future

Major Developments

There are a number of major developments currently in construction and in planning, set to put Toowoomba on the map as a freight and logistics hub.

The Toowoomba Enterprise Hub is one of the most significant transport, logistics and business hubs in Australia, offering the synergy of a central location encompassing an internationally capable airport and a major freight facility with more than 2000 hectares of industrial land at the western outskirts of Toowoomba.

Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport located in Toowoomba provides interstate, intrastate and international connectivity for the Darling Downs, Granite Belt, Surat Basin and Southern Downs regions. Now with over 70 domestic passenger flights, through 3 airlines and an international freighter service, Wellcamp Airport provides access and opportunities for communities, businesses and organisations across Southern Queensland, improving the livability of the region, and facilitating investment and business opportunities.

The Wellcamp Business Park is a 500-hectare industrial and commercial estate surrounds Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport and is fast becoming the commerce and industry hub of Toowoomba and regional south east Queensland. Wellcamp Business Park offers unparalleled access to world class road and air transport infrastructure, providing a range of opportunities to a variety of businesses and industries.

InterLinkSQ is positioned at the eastern extent of the Type 1 road train network and will provide as of right access from the Warrego Highway for Type 1 road trains including B-triple configurations up to 36.5m long. The InterLink Industrial Park is a master-planned, logistics, warehousing and industrial estate, full road-train accessible and adjoining the InterLink Global Logistics Centre.

Witmack Industry Park and Charlton Logistics Park – WIP is one of Toowoomba’s largest industrial land developments and offers large size industrial land parcels from 2 to 5 hectares. The sites are levelled, with top soil removed, fully serviced and available for occupation. One business situated in WIP is the $100 million Toowoomba Pulse Data Centre that has been approved for construction on a 4ha industrial site. The development is designed to be highly scalable and provide sophisticated cooling, security and energy connections and backup systems to Tier III classification.

The Nexus Toowoomba Second Range Crossing is now completed. The Bypass, which will provide an alternative route for trucks travelling between Brisbane, Toowoomba and further west, will not only enormously reduce traffic congestion but also majorly benefit businesses. It is expected an increase of annual turnover could be as high as 14.6 per cent in revenue across all industry. It is a project that has long been on the wish list of many residents and business members, and one that has been sorely needed for the region.

The Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail Project is also a reality. The Project is set to deliver a rail line which will create a new future for freight movement in Australia’s eastern states, from Melbourne to the Port of Brisbane through New South Wales. Benefits will include efficient market access for agricultural industries and removing almost 4000 trucks off South East Queensland’s roads.

The city’s central business district has recently received a major facelift with a $500 million retail centre redevelopment. The much-anticipated integration of Gardentown Shopping Centre and Grand Central Shopping Centre has increased the combined size of the two centres by approximately 30,000 square metres and has created a master-planned and integrated retail, entertainment and leisure destination.

Resources

The Toowoomba region is the service gateway to the vast coal and gas energy reserves in the Surat Basin. The Surat Basin is around two to three hours west of Toowoomba. In 2014/15, Surat Basin contributed 8.6% of Regional Queensland’s Mining employment and 9.1% of its value add. The Toowoomba Region is also well located to service the resource projects in the Cooper Basin.

Most of Queensland’s CSG production and reserves are in the Surat Basin, to which the Toowoomba region contributes 42% of all Exploration and Other Mining Support Services, highlighting its importance as a service hub for the mining industry. This is also reflected in the number of well drilling and servicing businesses locating in the region.

Agriculture & Export

Toowoomba’s rich tradition in agriculture grew from beginnings that took advantage of highly fertile farming land. European settlement dates from the 1840s, with land used mainly for cattle and sheep grazing. The Agriculture industry started to diversify in the late 1800s with land also being used for cereal growing and dairy farming, with some timber-milling in the northern areas, and some coal mining. In 2015, Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing remains an important component of the Toowoomba Region economy with a gross value of $770 million with key outputs in grain, poultry, cotton, beef, pork and dairy products. Its state significance is highlighted by its contribution to Queensland’s economy – Toowoomba Region accounts for 10.7% of Queensland Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing employment (FTE), 10.7% of value add and 11.1% of exports.

Food product manufacturing makes a major contribution to the region’s economy, adding significant value to the agriculture industry by turning raw ingredients into a range of value-added products. Key food product manufacturing activities in Toowoomba Region include meat, bakery and dairy product manufacturing.

What's Next?

Population modelling based on current trends, project the Toowoomba region’s rate of population growth will double, even triple, over the next 20 years. It is conservatively predicted that Toowoomba Regional Council area will be home to over 200,000 people by 2036. There is no doubting that the city is on the cusp of a major growth spurt with an enormous set of opportunities to come its way. With much-needed infrastructure being constructed or in planning, a booming economy and continuing job growth, Toowoomba is ready to lead the way!

Community

The Colliers International Toowoomba team is committed to providing an exceptional level of service to their clients and going above and beyond to provide innovative solutions to achieve outstanding results together. They are experts in their field, but it is not enough to just deliver great real estate services, the team strive to accelerate the success of everyone in their local community.

With our business base here in Toowoomba, we realise that our community is a close-knit city and one of many personal, business or social connections. Through our clients support of our business we indeed like to return the favour by supporting theirs, and as such further supporting our region’s economy.

We are proud to support a number of local and national initiatives including the Road Boss Rally, It’s A Bloke Thing Prostate Cancer Foundation, Run with Dad, Run Ride Race for Research, Diner en Blanc, the annual Toowoomba of Carnival of Flowers parade as well as providing support and sponsorship to many local schools and sporting clubs.

Community

The Colliers International Toowoomba team is committed to providing an exceptional level of service to their clients and going above and beyond to provide innovative solutions to achieve outstanding results together. They are experts in their field, but it is not enough to just deliver great real estate services, the team strive to accelerate the success of everyone in their local community.

With our business base here in Toowoomba, we realise that our community is a close-knit city and one of many personal, business or social connections. Through our clients support of our business we indeed like to return the favour by supporting theirs, and as such further supporting our region’s economy.

We are proud to support a number of local and national initiatives including the Road Boss Rally, It’s A Bloke Thing Prostate Cancer Foundation, Run with Dad, Run Ride Race for Research, Diner en Blanc, the annual Toowoomba of Carnival of Flowers parade as well as providing support and sponsorship to many local schools and sporting clubs.

Accelerating your

Investment Success

The Toowoomba region is abuzz with an influx of investor interest. We are a local hotspot for beginning or continuing your real estate investment journey. Accompanying you through each stage to secure the maximum benefit from your purchase. From searching for your property acquisition through to your search for a secure tenant, we are a valuable decision in sustaining your properties success.

Commercial Property Management

Synonymous with commercial real estate services, Colliers International Toowoomba hosts a Commercial Property Management division servicing our clients through their investment management requirements. Versed among Industrial, Retail and Office categories, our team concentrates on the management, maintenance and leasing of our Managed Assets on a day-to-day basis – taking the worry out of your investments future bottom-line. From assisting in vacancies, outstanding arrears or a simple agency transition – our team is here to assist you in building your commercial portfolios success.

Residential Property Management

With an outstanding reputation among our Residential Sales division, it is only natural we endorse this with an outstanding Residential Property Management structure. This allows us to offer our well experienced property investors, as well as our first-time investment buyers the assistance they require in appropriately managing their properties facet requirements, alongside the legislation. We offer a complete service to our local, out of state and national landlords, investors and tenants as we understand that real estate investment should provide you with a consistently outperforming service. With the very foundation of our services grounded by the strength of our team, our clients depend on our ability to draw on years of direct local market experience.

Property Portfolio

Our strong track record in difficult and complex negotiations means we strategically minimise risk and maximise cost savings for your business.

Accelerating your Investment Success

The Toowoomba region is abuzz with an influx of investor interest. We are a local hotspot for beginning or continuing your real estate investment journey. Accompanying you through each stage to secure the maximum benefit from your purchase. From searching for your property acquisition through to your search for a secure tenant, we are a valuable decision in sustaining your properties success.

Commercial Property Management

Synonymous with commercial real estate services, Colliers International Toowoomba hosts a Commercial Property Management division servicing our clients through their investment management requirements. Versed among Industrial, Retail and Office categories, our team concentrates on the management, maintenance and leasing of our Managed Assets on a day-to-day basis – taking the worry out of your investments future bottom-line. From assisting in vacancies, outstanding arrears or a simple agency transition – our team is here to assist you in building your commercial portfolios success.

Residential Property Management

With an outstanding reputation among our Residential Sales division, it is only natural we endorse this with an outstanding Residential Property Management structure. This allows us to offer our well experienced property investors, as well as our first-time investment buyers the assistance they require in appropriately managing their properties facet requirements, alongside the legislation. We offer a complete service to our local, out of state and national landlords, investors and tenants as we understand that real estate investment should provide you with a consistently outperforming service. With the very foundation of our services grounded by the strength of our team, our clients depend on our ability to draw on years of direct local market experience.

Property Portfolio

Our strong track record in difficult and complex negotiations means we strategically minimise risk and maximise cost savings for your business.

Our strong track record in difficult and complex negotiations means we strategically minimise risk and maximise cost savings for your business.

Hover over images for project details

Property Portfolio

Our strong track record in difficult and complex negotiations means we strategically minimise risk and maximise cost savings for your business.

Hover over images for project details

Our strong track record in difficult and complex negotiations means we strategically minimise risk and maximise cost savings for your business.

Hover over images for project details

Harvey Norman

  • Commercial Management

57 Heinemann Road

  • Commercial Management

Pittsworth Plaza

  • Commercial Management

632 Ruthven Street

  • Large Format
  • 535m2 office
  • Leased for $260, 000

41 Carrington Road, Torrington

  • Leased to global transport and logistics company Manfreight
  • Leased for $280, 890

5 Rome Street, Newtown

  • Sold via Expression of Interest campaign
  • Sold for $1,650,000

199-207 Margaret Street, Toowoomba City

  • Sold for $3,350,000

Taylor Byrne Portfolio

  • Toowoomba and Emerald
  • Sold $1,720,000

Caltex Service Station

  • 40 Faisal Hatia Way, Karawatha
  • Sold at auction for$2,960,000

11 Gentle Street, North Toowoomba

  • Sold at Auction for $1,530,000

43 Curtis Street, East Toowoomba

  • Sold for $1,302,000

18 Moloney Street, North Toowoomba

  • Sold at 2 days after auction for $1,250,000

Shoesmith Estate

  • 3 stages comprising of 76 lots
  • No investment builds

“Colliers Commercial Property Management has looked after my commercial building right from the purchase date which was some years ago and in that time I have never had any problems or concerns about how it is managed, in fact the whole process happens with a minimum of fuss. I know as a Landlord communication is important and I am always kept up to date with regular inspections and maintenance issues that arise and importantly Colliers also have a good working relationship with the tenant of my property. I would say that overall I am very happy with the service they provide.”

Clive Berghofer AM

“I currently have my home managed by Colliers International Toowoomba. I decided to go with Colliers, as my ‘first impression’ was that the Agent cared about my property, was thorough in explaining the do’s and don’ts and as it was my first property to rent, she made me totally feel at ease providing weekly reports and regular updates. It also comforts me knowing that my property is in great professional hands to manage. I recommend Colliers to any home owners looking at renting their homes!”

J Walsh

Testimonials

“Selling our house with Dominic Ryan has been an excellent experience. We simply wouldn’t sell our house with anyone else in Toowoomba. He has proven himself to be honest, hardworking and easy to work with. From the beginning of the process through to the end, Dominic has been available to help with the smallest of matters and has gone above and beyond to make sure we were happy with the final outcome of the sale. We would recommend Dominic’s services to any potential buyer or seller.”

Seller

"Louise from the Dominic Ryan team was the perfect professional from the first consultation through to settlement. Her expert advice and attention to detail were key contributors to our quick sale and negotiation of the best price. She was unwavering during post-contract communications, including ensuring items identified during the building inspection were sorted swiftly to the agreement of all concerned. Thanks Louise!"

Seller

“Being an investor looking for good solid returns on my property investments, I have found Dan and the management team at Colliers International Toowoomba to be exceptional with their knowledge, expertise and professionalism when looking after my properties. With the knowledge that my properties are in the capable hands of Colliers this allows me to enjoy the benefits of property investment without the hassles. I would highly recommend their services.”

D MacTaggart

"My husband and I recently sold our house in East Toowoomba with Colliers International. We found the agents outstanding with eye for detail in their chosen field. We would highly recommend Colliers Toowoomba to anyone wishing to buy or sell. Their professionalism is paramount to other agents as they go above and beyond to achieve the best result required. Many thanks!"

K & M Fitzgerald (Seller)

Testimonials

Testimonials

“Colliers Commercial Property Management has looked after my commercial building right from the purchase date which was some years ago and in that time I have never had any problems or concerns about how it is managed, in fact the whole process happens with a minimum of fuss. I know as a Landlord communication is important and I am always kept up to date with regular inspections and maintenance issues that arise and importantly Colliers also have a good working relationship with the tenant of my property. I would say that overall I am very happy with the service they provide.”

Clive Berghofer AM

“Selling our house with Dominic Ryan has been an excellent experience. We simply wouldn’t sell our house with anyone else in Toowoomba. He has proven himself to be honest, hardworking and easy to work with. From the beginning of the process through to the end, Dominic has been available to help with the smallest of matters and has gone above and beyond to make sure we were happy with the final outcome of the sale. We would recommend Dominic’s services to any potential buyer or seller.”

Seller

“Being an investor looking for good solid returns on my property investments, I have found Dan and the management team at Colliers International Toowoomba to be exceptional with their knowledge, expertise and professionalism when looking after my properties. With the knowledge that my properties are in the capable hands of Colliers this allows me to enjoy the benefits of property investment without the hassles. I would highly recommend their services.”

D MacTaggart

“I currently have my home managed by Colliers International Toowoomba. I decided to go with Colliers, as my ‘first impression’ was that the Agent cared about my property, was thorough in explaining the do’s and don’ts and as it was my first property to rent, she made me totally feel at ease providing weekly reports and regular updates. It also comforts me knowing that my property is in great professional hands to manage. I recommend Colliers to any home owners looking at renting their homes!”

J Walsh

"Louise from the Dominic Ryan team was the perfect professional from the first consultation through to settlement. Her expert advice and attention to detail were key contributors to our quick sale and negotiation of the best price. She was unwavering during post-contract communications, including ensuring items identified during the building inspection were sorted swiftly to the agreement of all concerned. Thanks Louise!"

Seller

"My husband and I recently sold our house in East Toowoomba with Colliers International. We found the agents outstanding with eye for detail in their chosen field. We would highly recommend Colliers Toowoomba to anyone wishing to buy or sell. Their professionalism is paramount to other agents as they go above and beyond to achieve the best result required. Many thanks!"

K & M Fitzgerald (Seller)

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Dan Dwan Managing Director

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Nicole McEwan Executive Assistant to Dan Dwan

Megan Watson Executive Assistant to Dominic Ryan

Tyhla Larkin Marketing Manager

Allison Faulkner Finance Manager

Sarah Collison Contracts Administrator

Kristy Baker Client Services to Dan Dwan

Rebecca Steinmuller Office Manager

Brittany Davidson Commercial Administration

Hannah Wright Residential Administrator

Daniel Cullimane Executive Investment Services

Justin Eastwell Commercial Sales & Leasing Agent

Mike Turley Commercial Sales & Leasing Agent

Arthur Carpenter Commercial Sales & Leasing Agent

Kim Wann Head of Commercial Property Management

Lisa Skuse Commercial Property Manager

Angi Kuehnemann Commercial Property Manager

Chloe Woodall Commercial Property Management Administration

Louise Bizzell Residential Sales & Marketing

Rhyce Coleman Residential Sales & Marketing

Heston Marino Residential Sales & Marketing

Liam Hopkins Executive Assistant to Heston Marino

Jake Morrisby Residential Sales & Marketing

Aimee Morrisby Residential Sales & Marketing

Helen Austin Residential Sales & Marketing

Jon Austin Executive Assistant to Helen Austin

Dean Delaney Residential Sales & Marketing

Brad Lipp Land Sales & Marketing

Luca Greenleaf Executive Assistant to Brad Lipp

Rachel Skuse Head of Residential Property Management

Heather Geiger Residential Property Manager

Tamie Paroz Residential Property Manager

Jacquelyn Nicholson Residential Property Manager

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Hayley Smyth Receptionist

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Nicole McEwan Executive Assistant to Dan Dwan

Allison Faulkner Finance Manager

Sarah Collison Contracts Administrator

Kristy Baker Client Services to Dan Dwan

Rebecca Steinmuller Commercial Sales Associate to Dan Dwan

Hannah Wright Residential Administrator

Justin Eastwell Commercial Sales & Leasing Agent

Mike Turley Commercial Sales & Leasing Agent

Arthur Carpenter Commercial Sales & Leasing Agent

Kim Wann Head of Commercial Property Management

Lisa Skuse Commercial Property Manager

Angi Kuehnemann Commercial Property Manager

Chloe Woodall Commercial Property Management Administration

Brooke McCartney Commercial Administration

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Liam Hopkins Executive Assistant to Heston Marino

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Helen Austin Residential Sales & Marketing

Jon Austin Executive Assistant to Helen Austin

Dean Delaney Residential Sales & Marketing

Robon Ryan Residential Sales & Marketing

Ray Mortimer Rural Sales & Marketing

Brad Lipp Land Sales & Marketing

Luca Greenleaf Executive Assistant to Brad Lipp

Ashley North Residential Sales Agent

Heather Geiger Head of Residential Property Management

Tamie Paroz Residential Property Manager

Jacquelyn Nicholson Residential Property Manager

Raymond Ross Residential Property Manager

Anna Dowdle Receptionist

National Expertise

Dan Dwan Managing Director

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