Environment Matters Spring/Summer 2019

Things to do these holidays Are your adults telling you to put your devices down and get outside? There are plenty of things to these holidays that will get you outside and let you continue to use your gadgets. Check out the QuestaGame app – The Ipswich Eco-Hunt runs through the month of September. Snap pictures of Ipswich’s flora and fauna, challenge your friends, level up! Can you get the highest score? Nature Play passports – Keep your eyes peeled for the Ipswich Nature Play passport. Pop into the Queen Park Environmental Education Centre to grab your copy and check out what’s new and who’s who in the centre. Alternatively, there are plenty of excellent Nature Play activity ideas that can be accessed through their website – log on and check it out! Kids Go Wild and Active Breaks – Jump on to council’s Facebook events to check out what fun activities are scheduled that will get you out of the house and into the ‘wild’. Get in quick as places are limited and bookings essential.

‘View from the ridge’ by T Del Fabbro, 2017 p’comp


Ipswich City Council provides in excess of 8,500 hectares of open space for your enjoyment, with over 550 different parks and reserves in Ipswich. Queens Park was the first park to be developed in Queensland, more than 150 years ago.


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