Cycling is a great way to get around. It’s cheaper than driving, causes less pollution and can be quicker for short trips, especially in peak hour. You can also get all the exercise you need each day just by riding your bicycle to the shops, school or work.
Ipswich, Queensland’s oldest provincial city, is an alluring blend of heritage charm, metropolitan sophistication and expansive green spaces. With more pathways, bike trails and dedicated mountain bike trails being provided all the time, there has never been a better time to get on your bike.
This Cycle Ipswich webpage will help you find a ride that will suit every member of the family.
Starting at the Workshops Rail Museum, this ride follows the Brassall Bikeway towards Wulkuraka Train Station with lots to discover along the way.
Ride along Goodna Creek from Redbank Primary School to Lawrie Drive park.
Ride from Redbank Plains State High School through the Rec reserve to Farmer Court.
Ride from Goodna train Station to Redbank Station, along a mostly off-road bike path.
Ride from Bundamba to Ipswich Central on this on-road and off-road bike path.
This bikeway follows the Ipswich Motorway in both directions, with access to all the train stations.
Starting from Limestone Park, this ride heads west to Wulkuraka Train Station using a mixture of open road and off-road paths.
Ride around Opossum Creek bikeway, and around Woogaroo Creek.
Ride through the rejuvenated Small Creek on a scenic bike path.
This bi-directional bikeway connects Springfield Central Train Station with the Springfield Central Sports Complex and Springfield Central State School.
Ride from Leichhardt to West Ipswich, passing Jim Finimore Reserve and Ipswich West State School.
This bikeway connects many community hubs including Wulkuraka Train Station and the Workshops Rail Museum