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The towns of Ipswich- more than just a city!
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This quaint village earned  its special place in Queensland history when,    in 1865, the first section of railway built  in the Colony was completed between Ipswich and Grandchester, then known   as Bigges Camp ... more

The pretty town of Marburg was once at the centre of a huge timber-getting area called Rosewood Scrub    that extended from nearby Rosewood all the way to Fernvale. German settlers named the township Marburg ... more   Rosewood owes its establishment and early development to timber, coal and the railway. In the pioneer days a dense forest of hoop pine, rosewood (which gave the town its name) ... more The Walloon area was known by many other names, like Five Mile Waters, Guilfoyles Creek, Campbell’s Gully and, for many years, Ten Mile Peg. Like many of the towns in the region, Walloon was settled by German migrants who  ... more

Did you know… Ipswich is fast becoming the home of cycle events with the Ipswich 100 Bike Ride, Brisbane to Ipswich Challenge and Flight Centre Cycle Epic all on the calendar.