Queens Park‚ Ipswich City

The Ipswich Visitor Information Centre is an award winning tourist centre and is home to passionate volunteers who have over 1,200 years combined experience living and working in Ipswich. They know Ipswich better than anyone and are available seven days a week to assist visitors to our region.

The centre provides free booking services for tours and accommodation, free maps, brochures and WIFI access. It also stocks a wonderful selection of local and regional art, hand-made gifts, produce and products. The centre can also assist you with your event ticketing needs.

Offering ease of parking for cars, buses and caravans, the centre is the ideal rest stop for light café refreshments, accessible friendly, with restrooms and shower for the bonafide visitor.

  • Booking/Tour Desk
  • Cafe/Kiosk/Restaurant
  • Carpark
  • Coach Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shop / Gift Shop
  • Showers

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Recent Reviews


Mar 2020

Info for visitors to Aus

We dropped in to the visitor center to get extra info about the Ipswich region because we will have visitors staying with us from Canada and want to show them around. We have lived in the area all... more »


Feb 2020

What an enjoyable visit to Ipswich!

Today I hosted a trip to Ipswich for our Holland Park Probus Club. We had 37 members and guests on board the bus. The day started with a delicious morning tea at the Information Centre where we were... more »


Feb 2020

Great Bunch of Ladies

Called in here to find out where to go in Ipswich on a Sunday. These ladies were so helpful and gave us plenty of information to fill our day. more »


Nov 2019

Relaxing morning tea

On a day tour outing from the club in Brisbane, We stopped here to have a Devonshire tea on the verandah.The scones were very well made and tasty and we actually had perculated coffee, nice and hot... more »


Jun 2019

Lots of info, with a smile

I got the Queens park cafe mixed up with the cafe at the visitors centre. They are 2 seperate places, some distance apart. The cafe at the visitors centre is coffee & tea, and a few snacks - The... more »