The Caledonian Estate is an area in East Toowoomba bound by Burstow St to the west, Herries Street to the south, Lindsay Street to the east and Austral Lane to the north.
The estate is named after the Caledonian Society, which is the formation of a group of people of Scottish ancestory who observe Scottish traditions. The estate is the area in Toowoomba that was used by the Caledonian Society for their sporting activites.
Many of the buildings in the estate have unique character from the era. Some of the unique landmarks in the area include the Toowoomba Gaol, Toowoomba Mothers Memorial and the camphor laurel lined Herries Street.
The Caledonian Estate is part of Toowoomba's Historic Walks. For more information please follow this link: Historic Walks.