Helicopters and hot air ballooning – this is how one visiting travel writer got some air in Ipswich.
Great Houses of Ipswich, run by the National Trust of Australia, opens three beautiful homes and a window into Ipswich’s past.
A high-energy pyrotechnics show with daredevils in jetpacks is just the beginning as Ipswich Festival fires up for 2018.
For 60 days, Google Street View footage will be captured around the Ipswich region at more than 40 locations.
Google Trekker has arrived in Ipswich – but what’s it all about?
With Google Street View Trekker heading our way, Ipswich put out the call for a ‘Human Wanted’ … and landed ‘The Bear’.
The Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway (QPSR) are trying something new for the Autumn School Holidays… their first Swanbank Food Fair Express on Sunday 8 April.
What’s on and where to find coffee around Ipswich over the Easter long weekend.
Photographer Dave Reid shares some photos from his 20 years trackside at Willowbank Raceway.
Pack the basket and head to Ipswich – here are seven destinations to get on your picnic radar.
Effervescence champagne festival returns to Spicers Hidden Vale this September – and tickets are available right now.
If you’re steering clear of Commonwealth Games crowds – here are seven things to do in Ipswich instead!
Ipswich’s new night market brings food trucks and fun to Booval every Saturday.
MUD World will bring big squelchy mounds of the stuff to Ipswich this April just so that kids can get stuck in for some serious fun.
Specially for CMC Rocks week in Ipswich – a round-up of top breakfast options matched with songs by some of the visiting artists.
Catch science guru Dr Karl when he presents ‘Extreme Moments in Science’ at The Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich.
Chance leads a couple through the creaky front door of a heritage-listed manse in Ipswich… and so begins a new chapter for the 19th Century relic.
Pumpyard Bar & Brewery has a double celebration happening this weekend – and you’re invited!
Super early supporter tickets have been released for next year’s Earth Frequency festival at Ivory’s Rock.
Just as the face of Ipswich has changed over the last decade, so too has the face of beer.