Visit the Royal Bull’s Head Inn at Drayton, only a ten minute drive from the city of Toowoomba and see hat making, knife making, sock knitting, sewing hexagons plus a scrapbooking display. These activities provide a fantastic opportunity for children to experience old style handicrafts during the school holidays.
The Royal Bull’s Head Inn, dates back to the 1850s and is a rare, surviving inn building of pre-Separation Queensland. From the period when Drayton was an important stopping place between Moreton Bay and the Darling Downs, RBHI features some uncommon building methods and intact and unusual internal features.
Hot soup will be on sale for $5 and entry fees apply to the Inn.
Free – National Trust members
Royal Bull’s Head Inn, 59 Brisbane Street, Drayton
T: 07 4637 2278