Charles and Motee Rogers were Toowoomba residents well known for their musical talents and their substantial contribution to the dairy and grain growing industries. They donated the Bushland Reserve to Crows Nest Shire Council in 1993, and bequeathed the remainder of their Highfields property to the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Charles and Motee Rogers Park celebrates their considerable generosity.
The Nature Trail was a project of the former Crows Nest Shire Council Natural Resource Management Program and was officially opened by the the Crows Nest Shire Council Mayor Cr Geoff Patch and was documented in the Toowoomba Chronicle Newspaper on 21st December 2001 (see article below).
|Feature Newspaper Article from The Chronicle dated 21st December 2001 regarding the opening of the Nature Trail through the Charles and Motee Rogers Bushland Reserve.|
Charles Rogers passed away at age 78 in December 1994. (see newspaper article below from the Toowoomba Chronicle).
MAPS AND PLANS FOR CHARLES & MOTEE ROGERS BUSHLAND RESERVE
|Plan and Lot Numbers for the three blocks that make up the Charles & Motee Rogers Bushland Reserve at Highfields.|