Large numbers expected at ANZAC Day 2022 commemorations

19 April 2022

ANZAC Day 2022 will see commemorations return to near normal across the region, with big turnouts expected following the return of in-person services.

Epic warbird and helicopter flyovers part of Ipswich’s Planes, Trains and Autos

14 April 2022

The skies above North Ipswich will become a stage for aerobatic historic warbirds and luxury helicopters when the city’s premier adrenaline-charged festival Planes, Trains and Autos returns on Saturday 30 April 2022.

Council ramps up Federal Election campaign

14 April 2022

The starter’s gun has been fired on Federal Election 2022, and with five weeks to go until the nation votes, Ipswich City Council has let local federal election candidates know its priorities for the city from 2022 and beyond.

COVID-19 restrictions easing for council venues and Ipswich businesses

14 April 2022

Queensland COVID-19 health restrictions have eased from 1am Thursday 14 April 2022, allowing full community access to all council-controlled venues and facilities regardless of vaccination status.

Looking for something to do? We’ve got you covered with the Ipswich Visitor Guide

13 April 2022

The 2022 Ipswich Visitor Guide is hot of the presses and showcases Ipswich as a tempting tourism destination, giving local business and the tourism industry a much-needed boost after more than two years of hardship.

Free kerbside collection commencing Collingwood Park, Ebbw Vale and New Chum

13 April 2022

It is time to clean out the spare room or under the house as Ipswich City Council’s free large item kerbside collection begins on 26 April 2022 for one week in Collingwood Park, Ebbw Vale and New Chum.

Flood recovery focus supports environmental action

11 April 2022

The recovery for Ipswich’s flood-impacted flora, fauna and natural environment has been boosted by Ipswich City Council funding support.

Second river crossing to bust Ipswich Central congestion

07 April 2022

A second river crossing in Ipswich Central is desperately needed to unlock bottlenecks and improve road safety by providing an alternate cross-river route to the aging and congested David Trumpy Bridge.

Free kerbside collection commencing in Bundamba

07 April 2022

It is time to clean out the spare room or under the house as council’s free large item kerbside collection begins on 18 April 2022 for one week in Bundamba.

Next stage of $250 million Ipswich CBD revealed

06 April 2022

The construction fences will come down in coming weeks to reveal the latest dining, retail and entertainment destination in council’s $250 million Nicholas Street Precinct in the Ipswich CBD.