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Historic Ipswich Tours

Ipswich the Capital city of Queensland?

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Queensland's oldest provincial city is less than an hours drive from Brisbane. What better way to be shown the historic sites is on a trike complete with a full tour guide commentary. Ipswich Heritage Tour bookings are becoming very popular with not only Ipswich residents themselves who are proud of their City's Heritage. Also with Brisbane's residents and tourists from around the globe who are keen to see the fantastic architecture and hear stories from the colonial days.

 

Established in 1877 as a convict out-station for the quarrying of limestone and farming soon grew to become a busy port on the Bremer River. In the 1850's residents had their sights on becoming the capital of Queensland as many of the buildings of the time are testament to this expectation. 

Cost $120.00 for one passenger, $180.00 and $240.00 for three passengers.    

St Mary's Roman Catholic Church is a heritage-listed church precinct at Mary street, Ipswich

City of IpswichQueensland, Australia. It was built from 1874 to 1970s. It is also known as the former St Brigid's Convent. It was added to the 

Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.

Heiner Road Railway Overpass is a heritage-listed road bridge within the Riverlink Shopping Centre at 2 Downs Street, North IpswichCity of IpswichQueensland, Australia. It was built in 1865. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 28 May 2004

Ipswich Club House is a heritage-listed villa at 14 Gray Street, IpswichCity of Ipswich

Queensland, Australia. It was designed by 

George Brockwell Gill and built from c. 1915 to 1916. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 August 1992,

North Ipswich Railway Workshops is a heritage-listed former Australian railway workshop at North Street, North Ipswich, Queensland. It was built from 1878 to 1980s. It is also known as the 

Workshops Rail Museum. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 April 1997.

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Flour Mill is a heritage-listed former mill at 231 Brisbane Street, IpswichCity of Ipswich

Queensland, Australia. It was designed by George Brockwell Gill and built from 1901 to 1902. It is also known as Bridal Mill, F.W. Johnson and Sons Motor Showroom, and Old Flour Mill. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Registeron 21 October 1992.

Overlooking Ipswich from Ellenborough Street, Denmark Hill