Tipped to be one of the best family holiday destinations in Queensland, Ipswich is no ordinary vacation hotspot in Australia. Lined with recreational and entertainment attractions and activity bases those based in a conveniently located Ipswich hotel will have countless activity options to keep the young ones engaged. Similarly, families based in Oaks Aspire Apartments or other establishments in the area will also have the added advantage of being close to some of the county’s top family highlights.
Often regarded as one of the Ipswich’s best activity hotspots for children the Workshops Rail Museum is an attraction that is not only reserved for locomotive fanatics. Ideal for visitors of all ages the interactive and engaging exhibits and interiors of this iconic museum also includes a larger than life model of the state’s extensive railway system. This includes not only suburban trains and sugarcane railways but also Sky Rail. Steam trains are another exciting addition to the museum while nature enthusiast families can head to Queens Park where emus, wombats and wallabies await visitors young and old. Animal lovers will also enjoy a trip to the equally enticing Ipswich Nature Centre which is an excellent venue to discover the many native animals in the area. Barnyard creatures are also up for interactions in the mini petting zoo at the venue which is a big hit with local kids and tourists alike.
Those who are in search of a splash centre to spend the day in should look no further than the Robelle Domain. Home to enchanting lagoons perfect for swimming activities the locale also encompasses a water park, playground and a light and music spectacle for the whole family. Cycling families will also appreciate the 11km long cycling paths, boardwalks and designated walking trails laid out across the park. Scooters and bikes can easily navigate the park’s lush environs so don’t forget to take the kid’s bicycles.
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