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Queens Park

May 18

About Queens Park

The Ipswich Nature Centre is a place where you can enjoy Australian wildlife and lush landscaped gardens while learning more about the local flora communities. It's open six days per week, located within Queens Park ( Milford St ), free admission but if visiting during peak times be sure to donate some gold coins for the great care of animals as well future improvements!

Queens Park is one of the oldest parks in Queensland, and it boasts enormous shady trees scattered throughout its picturesque green expanse. A perfect place to spread out your picnic rug or fire up that barbie while you enjoy some time spent relaxing under these immense branches with children who are too young for formal education but still want an opportunity for fun! There's no need to worry about what they'll eat; Queens park has got them covered by offering Kids' menu options at both indoors-outdoor cafés next door which includes dishes such as chicken nuggets (or any other meat) served on a skewer together alongside.

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What to do in Queens Park

The Ipswich Nature Centre is a place where you can be charmed by native animals such as wallabies and other creatures. The historic rotunda entrance will charm visitors, while they are delighted at seeing contented natives in their natural habitats all around the barns or gardens of this authentic Australian preserve - Nerima Gardens was designed with consultation from our sister city Japan! We have constant water flowing through winding paths leading to charming gardens perfect for meditation; it's no wonder people come here often because each time feels like an escape from reality (or maybe just some good old fashioned relaxation).

Your mini visit can't resist exploring all corners including a barn full of London souvenirs that were brought over from England before coming here for refuge during colonial times; such as pigs (who might even make friends), calves, guinea pigs/lambs. If he needs more convincing simply step inside Nerima Gardens' traditional Japanese tea house design which includes flowing water.

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One local company in Ipswich that is involved in this tourist attraction is;

Name: Ipswich Decking

Address: 7 Limestone St, Ipswich QLD 4305

Telephone: (07) 3555 8933