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Oaks Aspire Ipswich
Oaks Aspire offers affordable, stylish Ipswich accommodation in the heart of town. Offering close proximity to all the landmarks and attractions of Ipswich, including the Railway Museum, Art Gallery, Willowbank Raceway, Riverlink Shopping centre, Queens Park & Nature Reserve.
The birthplace of Queensland rail and the state’s oldest provincial city, Ipswich carries its old boy charisma through an amalgamation of well-placed and expansive parks, heritage charm, and chic city sophistication.
Well known for its gracious and ornate architecture, lavish basilica, the 49 room Blackstone castle, and stunning green spaces, Ipswich has another lesser-known side. A beautiful shopping district, quaint restaurants and cafés, groovy tapas and wine bars, nature centre and museum, free mini wildlife zoo, Ipswich Little Theatre designed by Walter Burley Griffon and the Ipswich art gallery. There are a plethora of attractions that make Ipswich a must-visit destination.
Brisbane Street, the main street of Ipswich, has an aesthetic appeal like no other in Australia with one of the longest frontages of early colonial buildings including the Old Flour Mill building whose inside has been renovated into a gorgeous café.
Top of the Town is a funky hipster district of Ipswich occupying two blocks of the city’s most beautiful heritage buildings filled with boutiques, wine bars, cafés, restaurants, and hotels. Jam-packed with fine foods, good coffee, fantastic shopping (alternative and mainstream), a dash of history, and of course a selection of wine, beer, and spirits puts Top of the Town at the start of the things to do list! If you are visiting on a Friday be sure to drop by the sunset markets from 3pm to 7pm.
Denmark Conservation Park is situated just south of Top of the Town and literally sits atop a network of abandoned mining tunnels. There are several bush walks to explore, one of which loops around an old neglected quarry, another rewards adventurers with a Triassic discovery hut, but the crème de la crème is the track leading to the water tower offering spectacular 360 degree city-wide views.
Ipswich accommodation can vary from modern 5 star rooms to indulging in the local charm of old Queenslander holiday houses to 3 bedroom apartments above historic bars. Whether it’s family fun, a shopping extravaganza, outdoor adventure, or historic weekend away looking back at the bygone days Ipswich is worth your time. So speak to the experts at Discover Queensland, they can help you find the perfect Ipswich accommodation to suit your needs at the best rates. Call today on 1300 788 553!
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Situated approximately 45 kilometres west of Brisbane, Ipswich enjoys a sub-tropical climate that is just slightly cooler than Brisbane.
Ipswich weather is characterised by hot summers and mild to warm winters with cool night temperatures.
Holidaying in Ipswich is enjoyable year round, with casual clothes easily worn in both summer and winter, with just a light jacket needed in the cooler months.
Current WeatherTemperature: 24.2°C
Dew Point: 0.5°C
Relative Humidity: 21%
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