Bring a picnic or grab something from the Queens Park Cafe during the day, but come ready to explore and enjoy. The Children's Playground is a favourite for kids of all ages with a flying fox, fixed model train and the revolutionary Liberty Swing, a new concept in playground equipment for people with disabilities allowing children in wheelchairs to enjoy a swing.
The Ipswich Nature Centre has exotic and native animals. Then there's the world class Frank Manthey Bilby Burrow where endangered bilbies and spinifex hopping mice can be viewed through a specially designed enclosure.
The Environmental Education Centre shows how to be 'green' and has a wealth of information about other fun local action such as bush walks, bird watching spots, canoeing trips and picnic areas.
When in need of a quiet moment, the tranquil Japanese-themed Nerima Gardens is a calming cultural experience and a peaceful place to relax after a full day of active play. Both Nerima Gardens and the Nature Centre are closed on Mondays except during school holidays.
NOTICE: Improvement works are occurring in the Ipswich Nature Centre in Queens Park from 28 March to 4 April 2014 (weather permitting). During this time the Centre will be closed. Your patience and consideration is appreciated.
Features of the park:
...- Ipswich Nature Centre & Ampitheatre
...- Nerima Gardens
...- Environmental Education Centre
...- Lions Lookout
...- Bush Chapel
...- Queens Park Nursery
...- BBQs, gazebos, rotundas & shelters
...- Playground featuring Liberty Swing
...- Recreational pathways & open kick around area
...- Tennis, lawn bowls & croquet clubs
Click here to download a map of Queens Park.