Discover Ipswich Magazine 2023
The Soul Nook Collective
Oh! JoJo Boutique
By Rachel Vickary Journalist, writer, broadcaster facebook.com/rachelvickary
Soul Sista Fashion
While you’re visiting Ipswich, pop into The Vintage Advantage in the Top of Town for quirky repurposed fashions, homewares, collectables and ephemera to create the perfect boho vibe at home. The Ipswich Antique Centre is another collector’s dream with retro and vintage items from hand-painted bowls and trinket dishes, antique jewellery and more. The Ipswich Antique Centre picked up a Best of Queensland status in last year’s judging. Country House Gifts and Homewares in The Boulevarde on Limestone Street is an eclectic emporium filled with boho-inspired gifts, fashions, accessories, jewellery and homewares. For a truly bohemian experience, visit Banshees Bar & Artspace on Brisbane Street for a fix of
alternative art and music, in the combined gallery, bar and performance space. They feature banjo workshops, open mic nights and a regular line up of alternative performers and musicians. Nothing says boho quite like an organic or handmade market, and Ipswich has plenty to offer when it comes to beautiful, unique and one-of-a-kind markets. Visit Tulmur Place, on the second Saturday of the month, and check out more than 100 stalls featuring handmade clothes, homewares, gifts and accessories at the Handmade Expo . Visit The Soul Nook Collective located at the Old Church in Marburg, for boho styled picnics and events. Browse the boutique shop and relax in the coffee nook or book an artisan workshop and learn to make resin boards, painted glassware, candles and more.
The true bohemian is a free spirit who embraces beauty, simplicity, and eccentricity, whilst celebrating the creative, the unconventional and the natural world. Ipswich is home to an eclectic mix of boho fashion, lifestyle and experiences. Follow the boho fashion trail in Top of Town and find your look with crisp linens, natural fabrics and flowing styles at Oh! JoJo Boutique and Soul Sista Fashion or wander further down into the Nicholas Street Precinct and visit Trottie Becke for a treasure trove of boho fashions, jewellery and homewares. Ulli’s New Age Rockz also in Nicholas Street is your go-to for crystals, spiritual and new age products. Find beautiful dream catchers, a huge range of incense and oils, jewellery, books and gifts.
Ipswich Antique Centre
My Local Market
The Vintage Advantage
A treasure trove of vintage and retro clothing, kitchenalia, glassware and collectables. A shop full of an eclectic mix of glamour, unusual, interesting and must haves. Open Monday to Saturday 10.00 am to 2.00 pm. Location-Dot 185 Brisbane St, Ipswich QLD 4305 phone 0419 622 005 envelope firstname.lastname@example.org
Ipswich Antique Centre is a multi-dealer, located in a restored 1895 heritage listed air-conditioned building in Ipswich Central with free on-site parking. Specialising in ‘city antiques at country prices’. Location-Dot 86 East Street, Ipswich Central QLD 4305 phone (07) 3281 2330 ARROW-POINTER Ipswichantiquecentre.com.au
My Local Market – where city and country mingle. Located in Walloon just 15 minutes west of Ipswich. Handmade, home grown, artisans, plants and so much more. Check our Facebook page for up to date info. envelope email@example.com FACEBOOK-SQUARE Facebook.com/MyLocalMarketJumble ARROW-POINTER Mylocalmarketdirectory.com.au
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