Rangeville, a residential suburb 5km south east of the Toowoomba CBD, is known for its tree-lined streets and views from properties perched on the edge of the range.
Rangeville has 10 parks, including Picnic Point which is one of Toowoomba’s oldest recreation areas. It presents a panorama that encompasses the Lockyer Valley with Tabletop Mountain in the foreground. Located at the eastern end of Rangeville is a remarkable house called Geeumbi which stands on over 4 acres of land. Both Picinc Point and Geeumbi are listed on the Queensland heritage register.
Rangeville has major amenities such as schools, parks, shops and churches, all within a five minute drive to the city.