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Couple at Ipswich Art Gallery
Couple at Ipswich Art Gallery. Tourism QLD
Global Arts Link Building in Ipswich QLD
Top of Global Arts Link Building. Tourism QLD
Ipswich Races at Ipswich Racecourse
Ipswich Races as Ipswich Racecourse. Tourism QLD
Ironbark Ridge, Ipswich QLD
Iron Bark Ridge, Ipswich. Tourism Queensland
Couple at Ironbark Ridge Vineyard, Ipswich
Couple at Ironbark Ridge Vineyard. Tourism QLD
Ironbark Ridge Winery, Ipswich QLD
Ironbark Winery in Ipswich. Tourism QLD
Kid at Ipswich Rail Museum
Kid at Ipswich Rail Museum Disel Simulator
Library of University Of Queensland, Ipswich
University of Queensland, Ipswich. Tourism QLD

Ipswich Queensland

Ipswich in Queensland is a very populated city of about 170,000 people who live and reside here. Captain Patrick Logan discovered Ipswich in 1826 when he sailed up the Brisbane River. In 1904 Ipswich was declared a city.

The community has large industries with coal mining, sawmills, abattoirs and agriculture. Also the Royal Australian Air Force headquarters is based in Ipswich.

Ipswich is also home to the Prestigious University of Queensland. Many overseas students and some of the brightest in our society study here.

Every May the Queensland Pastoral and Agricultural Society hold the annual Ipswich Show. There are rodeos, agricultural displays and various show rides to keep you excited and it is a great event not to be missed in Ipswich.

Another exciting festival held every year is the Jacaranda Festival held in October. There is heaps of entertainment with street festivals, market stalls and a side show alley. One favorite event at the festival with the crowds is the tug a war competition.

Ipswich holds various Museums such as the Rosewood Railway, Workshops Rail, Australian Motorcycle, and the Harrisville Historical Society Museum. All provide different experiences and history to discover.

Nature seekers will enjoy the Ipswich Nature Centre located at Queens Park. There are 22 hectares of hills and nature walks to enjoy. During your walk enjoy the scenery of Australian native animals like emus, wallabies, dingoes, cockatoos and wombats that can be seen throughout.

There are lots of tours and things to experience. Action sports like skydiving; motor racing, paintball fields, Ballooning and gliding are very popular. If you want something more passive then try canoeing along the Brisbane River.

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The Workshops Railway Museum Ipswich
The Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich, Photo Tourism Queensland
Ipswich in Queensland Australia
Ipswich in Queensland Australia. Photo Tourism Queensland