The Great Outdoors
10 Extraordinary Photo Spots in Ipswich
If you’ve never explored the city, you’re in for a treat. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of photo spots in Ipswich to take some Instagram-worthy snaps! Here are 10 of our favourites (this week!) from some incredibly talented photographers.
The Workshops Rail Museum
Speaking of sunrises, this phenomenal snap above was an early morning labour of love from Ian Barnes out at Willowbank.
Mount Walker West
Some of the nicest rural landscapes can be found around Ipswich, as well as some photogenic old shacks from early settler days. Lyle Radford has managed to capture a colourful sunset surrounding a former school at Mount Walker West.
If you can’t afford a flight to Egypt, Ipswich has a mini pyramid of its own. Cunningham’s Knoll, opposite Queens Park, was built during the Great Depression, as a way to give men work. This snap from @yegz2.
Rosewood and Yamanto
St Mary’s Catholic Church
The heritage aspect of Ipswich means an abundance of historical buildings to photograph ad infinitum. Rob Crutcher Senior captured this interesting perspective of St Mary’s Catholic Church in the CBD.
Star trails are aplenty in the city. Micheal Kerwin has captured these ones overnight from his Redbank Plains rooftop.
Catch the moment of daybreak from high with a Floating Images hot air balloon flight over Ipswich in the morning. The early start is worth the photographic opportunities.
Stay tuned for part II of our hot photo spots in Ipswich list!