Ipswich is one of the suburbs in Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland. The suburb is located 40 kilometers west of Brisbane’s Central Business District. The place is well-known for its architectural, natural and cultural heritage. In addition, Ipswich was a major mining centre, predominantly the coal mining.

Population, Postcode and Land area

The estimated population in Ipswich as of 2015 census was 190,000 people and the land area of this place covers nearly 4.2km2. The postcode of this region is 4305.

Suburbs around Ipswich

Suburbs which are surrounded by Ipswich are Woodend, West Ipswich, One Mile, North Ipswich, Churchill, East Ipswich, Tivoli and Raceview.

Climate conditions in Ipswich

Ipswich experiences a humid subtropical climate with hot to humid summers and balmy winters. The average rainfall recorded in a year is nearly 860mm in which the months from December to February receive the most precipitation. However, the average temperature hover around 28 deg Celsius throughout the year making it quite awkward for the people.

Tourist attractions in Ipswich

Ipswich has some fabulous tourist sites such as Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway, Queens Park, Ipswich, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetorium, The Old Windmill, Brisbane, Lake Manchester Dam etc.