Queens Park is one of the oldest parks in Queensland and it’s easy to see why it’s a popular destination: the free mini zoo, Japanese gardens, Environmental Education Centre and cafe are all located on site in the heart of the city of Ipswich.
If you like hiking and going for long walks, Ipswich is worth a visit. With multiple tracks at White Rock and Flinders Goolman and several other spots, we have you covered if you're searching for outdoor adventure.
Well, as I learned, there are a tonne of great things to see and do in Ipswich. So, Brisbane and Gold Coast, this blog post is for you. Here are 13 things you probably didn’t know you could do in Ipswich!
With over 42 species and around 200 animals in care - dingoes, bilbies, wallabies, water dragons and a whole petting zoo - the Ipswich Nature Centre , located in beautiful Queens Park is an unmissable experience.
Discover White Rock Spring Mountain Conservation Estate at dusk. Meet the furry locals and their feathery friends on this rare opportunity to explore the estate as the sun goes down on a guided walking tour to explore the Great Trails of Ipswich
Just 20 minutes from the Ipswich Central Business District and 45 minutes from the Brisbane Central Business District, the Hardings Paddock campground is perfect for a weekend getaway for the whole family.