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Ipswich is the birthplace of Queensland Railways, and one of the oldest settlements in the country. Since 1846, Ipswich has developed into a thriving community located in the Bremer River Valley. The area is rich in history, and you can visit one of Australia’s oldest railway workshops — which is still in operation. Set just a 40 minute drive outside of Brisbane, there is plenty to do in Ipswich, including making your very own didgeridoo.
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Ipswich Caravan Village sits at 95 Mount Crosby Road in Tivoli. The establishment offers a wide variety of accommodations including cabins, and both powered and unpowered sites. Facilities include a barbecue area, amenities block, cooking facilities, playground and swimming pool.
Ipswich Antique Centre is a large antique centre and the best place to see and buy wide variety of antiques and collectables. The centre is located at 86 East Street, Ipswich within an attractive heritage listed building.
Ipswich Art Gallery sits at d’Arcy Doyle Place within a well-restored heritage building that dates back to 1861. The gallery showcases changing exhibitions, including a wide range of heritage displays and special events. It also offers a number of fun activities and workshops that people of all ages would enjoy.
The Workshops Rail Museum is a must-see location on North Street. The museum contains interactive displays that tell the story of the country’s oldest operating railway.
Queens Park can be found at 10A Milford Street, Ipswich City. The first park to be developed in Queensland, it is a child friendly park complete with a picnic area, car parking spaces, wheelchair access, walking tracks, and a shaded area with beautifully landscaped gardens. Popular within the park are the Japanese inspired Nerima Gardens, sporting clubs and children’s play facilities.
Didgeridoo Festivals is the place to find out all about this uniquely Australian instrument. Make your own or sit in on an open mic event. Open daily at 10 Lorikeet Lane, Augustine Heights.