Toogoolawah (/tuːˈɡuːləwə/ too-GOO-lə-wə) is a small town in South East Queensland, Australia. Toogoolawah is a centre for gliding and parachuting and in the past the centre of a dairying industry. Cressbrook Creek, a tributary of the Brisbane River, passes through the town as does the Brisbane Valley Highway. At the 2011 census, Toogoolawah had a population of 1,162.
The town is located in the Somerset Region local government area. There are three pubs in Toogoolawah, all situated on the main road.