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Cool Companions

PO Box 164, Redbank QLD 4301

Cool Companions is the education branch of Dreamtime Wildlife Sanctuary. We’re a private wildlife sanctuary located west of Brisbane, housing over 1000 animals and more than 300 species.

We deliver a range of education and exciting presentations to schools and community groups throughout south-east Queensland.

We conduct wildlife-based training courses on topics such as reptile husbandry and venomous snake identification.

We help you have the coolest birthday party in town!

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Booval War Memorial

Green Street, Booval QLD 4304

One of Australia's best known sculptors, Daphne Mayo, is believed to have created the Booval WWI memorial while apprenticed to Ipswich monumental mason Frank Williams. The memorial, a slightly smaller than life-sized soldier standing on a plinth, was unveiled on 15 February 1919 by Governor Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams. The marble and granite memorial honours the 221 local men who served during WWI. A committee representing the Ipswich suburbs of Booval, Silkstone, Newtown and Raceview had raised £499 through entertainment and public subscriptions during the previous year. A voluntary 'working bee' had prepared the foundations. War had delayed Daphne Mayo from taking up a travelling scholarship and she bided her time learning the art of carving with Williams. The Booval statue is attributed to her because of timing and the strong resemblance it bears to a model she made. Its style echoes Williams'. Mayo's work includes the Brisbane City Hall tympanum and the Queensland Women's War Memorial in Brisbane's ANZAC Square. Plaques honouring 16 local men who died in WWII as well as tributes to later conflicts have since been added.

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Pumpyard Bar and Brewery

88 Limestone Street, Ipswich QLD 4305
4 Hearts Brewing Pumpyard Bar and Brewery is a microbrewery/bewpub in Ipswich, Queensland. The Pumpyard Bar and Brewery is the first brewery in Ipswich since 1903, located in a 100 year old heritage listed building in the Ipswich Central Business District. The craft beers are brewed on site and they also have a wide selection of other beverages, including other beers, cider, wine, spirits and soft drinks. The bar menu consists of gourmet burgers, pizza, souvlaki, beer ice cream and other items all made in house and from scratch.
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The Workshops Rail Museum

North Street, North Ipswich QLD 4305
The Workshops Rail Museum is an AUD20 million wholly interactive authentic heritage and cultural experience located at Australia's oldest operating railway workshop. Hands-on exhibits and multi-media encounters bring rail to life with modern displays, train simulators, real trains to climb aboard, the Nippers Railway kid zone and the largest model railway of Queensland. The Workshops Rail Museum also plays host to a range of exhibitions and exciting school holiday events throughout the year, including the annual "Day out with Thomas" event. Take a tour into Queensland Rail's active heritage workshops to see the gems of the State's heritage Steam Train fleet being restored and maintained. See sparks fly and feel the heat of the furnaces as you enter the largest industrial site in Australia open for public access. Enclosed footwear required. The Workshops Rail Museum is part of the Queensland Museum and winner of Australian and Queensland Tourism Awards for Heritage and Cultural Tourism.
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Ipswich Antique Centre

86 East Street, Ipswich QLD 4305
Ipswich Antique Centre is a multi-dealer Antique Centre housed in a Landmark Heritage Listed Building, the 1895 Congregational Sunday School Hall. The Centre is air-conditioned and has a large car park accessed off Roderick Street. It adjoins the hospital and medical precinct in Ipswich Central. Their ever changing range of antiques and collectables covers the full spectrum from Australian, English, Country and Retro Furniture to jewellery, collectables, bric-a-brac, china, glassware, prints and posters, 'boys' toys, vintage clothing, clocks and gramophones, and Australian pottery. Ipswich Antique Centre is only 30 minutes by road from Brisbane and at the gateway to Western Queensland, and the Southern States. They are the largest antique centre in regional Queensland.
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Queens Park In Ipswich

10A Milford Street, Queens Park, Ipswich QLD 4305
Queens Park was the first park to be developed in Queensland, first being surveyed in 1842 and the design dating back to 1862. Visitors to the park will experience old world charm with modern day conveniences. Its close proximity to Ipswich City Centre allows for easy access to shady gardens and a relaxing lunch-time outing. Features include extensive formalised gardens, Nerima Gardens (a Japanese-styled garden), the Ipswich Nature Centre, children's play facilities, Bush House, Bush Chapel, several sporting clubs, a kiosk and the new Environmental Education Centre. Queens Park is open 24 hours per day (though only selected areas have lighting).
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Ebbw Vale Memorial Park

Brisbane Road, Ebbw Vale QLD 4304
In the Ipswich suburb of Ebbw Vale, the memory of young men cut down in their prime in WWI lingers by a football field. The AL Petrie soldier statue memorial was originally unveiled near Ebbw Vale railway station on 14 May 1918. It was relocated in 1969 to Ebbw Vale Memorial Park, once known as the Whitwood grounds, named after a local colliery which had fielded two soccer teams since the 1890s. Among the 22 names of those who enlisted in WWI are soccer team members William Jeffrey, Peter Jeffrey, H Mills and LW Breslin. Unlike other states which favoured more architectural monuments, many Queensland communities chose the soldier statue for its traits of youth, masculinity, loyalty, bravery and innocence. Soccer is still played on the grounds, along with cricket, softball and touch football and major community gatherings.

White Rock - Spring Mountain Conservation Estate

School Road, Redbank Plains QLD 4301
Located just 20 minutes from the Ipswich Central Business District and 35 minutes' from Brisbane Central Business District, White Rock - Spring Mountain Conservation Estate features the distinctive, sculptured, rocky outcrops of White Rock and Spring Mountain. Covering over 2,500ha of regionally significant bushland, the Estate also features extensive forested ridges, escarpments and valleys that are home to an amazing array of plant and wildlife species. Visitors can enjoy the full gamut of outdoor activities including hiking, bird-watching, horse riding (bring your own horses), mountain bike riding and nature study. For the bushwalker there's everything from a leisurely 200 metre walk to the more challenging 19 kilometre round trip trail with most of the trails are suitable for hiking and mountain bike riding. If you're on horseback, then the Yaddamun Trail is perfect. The entry to the Estate is the Paperbark Flats Picnic Area, at the end of School Road in Redbank Plains. Amenities on site include toilets, picnic facilities and horse float parking. Don't forget to take a hat, sunscreen and drinking water. Visit the website for trail updates and to download the trail guide. ...

Inspirations Ipswich Gallery

Shop 801 Ipswich City Mall, Ipswich QLD 4305
Inspirations Ipswich Gallery is right in the heart of the Ipswich Central Business District in the Ipswich City Mall. Located at the top of the escalators (near Harvey Norman), Inspirations Ipswich is a gallery and retail outlet for local artists. The artistic talents of this local co-op are featured through various media including textiles, jewellery, ceramics, porcelain and paintings. New works are regularly being added to the gallery, creating a dynamic exhibition of inspirational pieces. Emerging and budding artists can develop and reinvigorate traditional skills through a series of workshops delivered by local artists. If you’re looking for inspiration for that special piece, this is the place for you....

Ipswich Jets Leagues Club

15 Downs Street, North Ipswich QLD 4305
Jets Leagues Club is a complete entertainment and gaming venue, housing Restaurant 18EightySeven which offers high quality dining in Ipswich. Aligned with the Ipswich Jets Rugby League Football Club, Jets occupies the gracious historic building formerly known as the Hotel Cecil (built in 1887). Restaurant 18EightySeven serves up tempting a-la-carte meals and weekly specials. There are pasta, burgers, salads, and meat lovers are spoilt with choices such as 400 gram Rump served with Lattice Cut Chips and Fresh Garden Salad. There's also the award-winning JBS Beef City Black Rib Eye Fillet, or if you prefer fish, how about Skin On Snapper - Celeriac Remoulade, Broken Capsicum and Caper Dressing, Lemon Wedge and Fine Herbs. The Kids' Menu offers youngsters' favourites like Pork Sausage with Chips and Salad, and they can work off some extra energy in the Jets Cadets Play Centre - an unsupervised play room. The Coffee Shop, open until the club closes, offers lighter meals as well as delectable sweet treats, and there are two bars - the Sports Bar, with TAB, KENO and sports television, and the Bank Bar in the Gaming Lounge. Jets is also a popular place for private functions....

Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve

408 - 492 Mt Crosby Road, Chuwar QLD 4306
A wonderful way to cool down and enjoy the great outdoors in Ipswich is at Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve. The crossing is a low-lying bridge that crosses the Brisbane River in the suburb of Chuwar, and this long-time favourite with locals and visitors has all you need for a relaxing day out for all ages. Although Colleges Crossing has been severely damaged by floods in recent years, each time it's bounced back bigger and better, meaning that many of the facilities are fairly new. This includes a nature-based children's playground covered by shade sails with equipment such as a fort, musical wall, spinning seats, tree log tunnel and frog sculptures. There's a lake for fishing and kayaking, and while it's advised not to take the full plunge for a swim, you can enjoy paddling in the shallows and skimming stones. The large, grassed area has plenty of room for sports and there are also bike/scooter paths and walking tracks. After all that exertion, sit back and enjoy the treats served at the café with beautiful views of the river, or bring your own picnic or barbecue to enjoy at the sheltered tables. ...

Ipswich

45 Roderick Street, Ipswich QLD 4305
Ipswich as a tourist destination has much to offer visitors who want to savour a rich heritage and cultural activities, have some adrenalin-charged adventure, bask in the great outdoors or attend some of Queensland’s biggest events. It’s all here in the thriving provincial city just 40 minutes’ drive from Brisbane City. Renowned for its beautiful sprawling homes and public buildings with historical significance, Ipswich has some wonderful heritage trail tours so you can explore the city and beyond. The region is also rich with picturesque natural areas where you can walk, hike or bike, with tracks suitable for any skill level. And make sure you pop in to the award-winning Ipswich Art Gallery and The Workshops Rail Museum. If you’re up for a physical challenge or fast thrills, Ipswich has all sorts of experiences on offer, whether it’s to get behind the wheel of a race-prepared V8, as a passenger in a purpose-built rail dragster, or hitting the clouds with a hot air balloon or helicopter flight. Then there are the major annual sell-out events such as CMC Rocks Queensland, Winternationals and V8 Supercars motorsport events, and Ipswich Cup horse race. You’re certainly spoilt for choice!...