Ipswich Visitor Information Centre

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The Ipswich Visitor Information Centre is located in the popular Queens Park complex, a mix of playgrounds, parklands, gardens, and native animal zoo.

The information centre has passionate and experienced volunteers and can provide information along with free maps and brochures, and a selection of local and regional art, hand-made gifts, produce and other products.

There is a free booking service for tours and accommodation and also has restrooms with showers.

Address: Queens Park, 14 Queen Victoria Parade, Ipswich City, Queensland.

Website: https://www.discoveripswich.com.au/information-centre/ipswich-visitor-information-centre/

Phone: 07 3281 0555

Email: info@discoveripswich.com.au

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Queens Park – First park developed in Queensland dating back to 1860s, Queens Park in Ipswich is 3 destinations in one. Playground, Australian animal zoo, & Japanese gardens.

The Workshops Rail Museum – The Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich was originally Queensland Rail’s North Ipswich Railway Workshops. Interactive features such as the train driving simulator

To get there:

The easiest entrance to the Visitor Information Centre is from Chermside Rd. Travelling from Brisbane, follow signs to Ipswich Central, following Brisbane Road. Approaching Chermside Road, turn left and the entrance is on the right about 200m from the intersection. The parking area is then 200m along the access track.

If coming from the Ipswich CBD, follow Brisbane Rd for about 1km from East St and turn right into Chermside Rd. The entrance is on the right about 200m from the intersection and the parking area is then 200m along the access track.


Hours:Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm, Sat-Sun 9am-4pm


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