Quest Ipswich Serviced Apartments

These brilliant apartments are relatively new and are therefore spotlessly clean. With an extremely professional staff and spacious well-equipped apartments, Quest Ipswich come highly recommended. The only downside is the lack of on-site dining facilities, but with such a well-stocked kitchen, there really is no need to eat out.

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Experiences in Australia

Ipswich is a Queensland city located approximately 30 kilometres south-west of Brisbane on the Bremar River. Ipswich is popular for it's historical buildings, wineries and bushwalking trails outside of the city centre.

Ipswich travel

Bellevue Homestead and Vineyards
This historic homestead is heritage listed and is a rare example of a Victorian and Edwardian mix of architecture. The rooms are loving restored with period furniture to match the bygone era. West Road, Coominya (07 5426 4209).

Denmark Hill Conservation park
A historic reserve with walking tracks. The Triassic Fossil display has fossils found in Ipswich from 210 - 250 million years ago.

Haig Street Quarry
This former quarry good for bushwalking and some good views.

Ipswich Art Gallery
This gallery is chock full of visual, interactive and multi media art displays. There is a kid's friendly zone that allows children to create their own original artwork. D'Arcy Doyle Place, Nicholas Street ( 07 3813 9222).

Ironbark Ridge
This winery produces many award winning wines. The historical tasting room built in the early 1900's, was originally a miner's cottage and now offers Cellar door tastings and sales along with a selection of cheeses, olives and coffee. Middle Road (07 5464 6787).

Nerima Gardens
These peaceful gardens in the city are a tribute to Ipswich's sister city Nerima in Japan. It is a lovely garden to stroll in or have a picnic in.

Purga Nature Reserve
Some 15 minutes from Ipswich is an area of Swamp Tea Tree Forest.

Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway
Operates on some weekends between Swanbank and Bundamba Racecourse. (07 3102 7421)

Rosewood Railway Museum
This community oriented Railway Historical Society provides an opportunity to experience the bygone era of steam train travel. Train rides between Kunkala and Cabanda Stations available on the last Sunday of each month. Kunkala Station, Freeman Road, Rosewood (07 5464 4552).

The Workshops Rail Museum
This rail museum has 15 exhibition zones and tells the story of Queensland's rail history in a fun, interactive way. North Street, North Ipswich ( 07 3432 5100).

White Rock
To the southwest of Ipswich an area for hikers.
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