Ipswich Nature Centre
About Ipswich Nature Centre
Ipswich Nature Centre is a must-see for all nature lovers. You'll find Australian wildlife and lush landscaped gardens that have been recreated to represent local bushland, as well as exhibits showcasing different types of flora communities in the area--from rainforests down under Queensland's Moreton Bay region right up through New South Wales' border with Victoria! The nature centre also hosts educational programs on topics like ecotourism or bird watching so you can learn more about what it takes to take care of these fascinating creatures while they're still here (and not gone). Whether your family wants an adventure-seeking out glow worms underneath Soft Night GREENS...or just want some time outdoors playing football.
Open six days per week with free admission for all ages however donations are appreciated; gold coins will go towards caring for these animals as well as future improvements at the site! For schools that would want to visit should make sure you get your visit on time please book at least one month in advance or contact us today about flexible scheduling options if needed.
What to do in Ipswich Nature Centre
What's more family-friendly than an animal sanctuary? The Ipswich Nature Centre in beautiful Queens Park is the perfect place to take kids who are fascinated by all things furry. With over 42 species and around 200 animals waiting for you on your visit, there will be no shortage of wildlife interacting with them!
Families can enjoy looking at these amazing creatures up close while also learning about how they live their lives through educational exhibits inside too - including interactive displays that teach children why protecting threatened habitats matters so much right now.
The grounds of this park are so beautiful that it's not only the animals in enclosures who call them home. Many free-roaming native birds fly around and live here, such as water dragons or rainbow lorikeets (depending on what season you visit). You may also spot fruit bats hanging out near an aviary while walking between exhibits--their numbers increase during certain times because they feed off seeds deposited by songbirds feeding atmk insects! And if your scent doesn't reach them yet... bush stone curlews have a different way than most creatures tell each other.
One local company in Ipswich that is involved in this tourist attraction;
Name: Ipswich Decking
Address: 7 Limestone St, Ipswich QLD 4305
Telephone: (07) 3555 8933