Vacy Hall was designed by James Marks and built by Alexander Mays in 1899.
Listed on the Queensland Heritage Register as of the 21st of October 1992 due to the influential persons associated with the building at the time namely Gilbert Gostwyck Corey and his wife Ann Sophy (who was the daughter if James Taylor A.K.A 'King of Toowoomba'
Many characteristics of the building make it unique and and give it an overall significance including it's location, 'L' shaped design, a gable, led light entrance, encircling verandah, substantial English garden, gravel entrance drive way and more.
Today, the building is predominantly used for guest accommodation.
Address: 135 Russell St, Toowoomba City QLD 4350