Take a look at the Ipswich Visitor Information Centre – you might be surprised what you discover!
A new trail featuring the best of Ipswich’s vintage, handmade and eclectic stops is luring visitors to the heritage city.
What are the standout dishes on Ipswich’s dining scene? We’re glad you asked. Here are 11 delicious to try right now.
Tales of yesteryear present themselves in myriad ways around the heritage city of Ipswich – you just need to know where to look!
Ben Ungermann continues to melt hearts with wild flavours at the Ipswich ice cream parlour he opened with brother Danny.
For those whole love coffee and all things botanical, here’s a list of some places you might like to try around the Ipswich region.
There’s never been a bigger line-up on Australia Day for the Ipswich region – we’ve even got a Masterchef star opening his new venture!
Pack your camera or binoculars and head outdoors to spy some of the many bird species Ipswich is home to.
Runners from around south-east Queensland are flocking to Ipswich for one of the world’s fastest growing extreme sports – trail running.
There’s a whole city of heritage gems and renewed energy waiting to be discovered on Brisbane’s doorstep – here’s what Lady Brisbane found when she visited Ipswich.
An original donut brand has launched in Ipswich with a unique – and delectable – point of difference.
More than 5000 people will descend on the Ivory’s Rock event space at Peak Crossing next month for a festival called Earth Frequency. So what’s it all about?
Ipswich has its first permanent circus school! Circus Ipswich launches with a summer program of classes for children and teens.
Looking for organic options in the city of Ipswich and surrounds? Here are a few to whet your appetite.
A picturesque olive grove at Pine Mountain, a few minutes from the Ipswich CBD, opens a farmgate shop.
Do you want to give a gift with some wow factor? Here are five ideas sure to dazzle and provide an unforgettable experience.
You might be surprised at the variety on offer this summer at one of Ipswich’s most popular attractions.
Harry’s Place has launched night time dining in the country town of Rosewood on Friday and Saturday nights.
Ipswich’s Top of Town precinct boasts a charming mix, from a 140-year-old hobby shop to contemporary boutiques and artisan showcases.
The heritage city’s got its Christmas on with sparkling events rolling out every week now until December 25.