Ipswich in Autumn 2023
Message from Ipswich Mayor, Teresa Harding
As we come into Autumn, I hope the weather will be a little kinder to us than last year so we can continue to focus on working towards repairing and enhancing our wonderful places and facilities across the city. With the cooler weather comes the time for longer walks to soak in the wonders of our natural areas, parks and gardens. There will be plenty of events and activities over the April holidays to prepare you for the adrenalin- charged Planes, Trains and Autos Festival in the first weekend of May. Ground displays, aerial flypasts and history exhibits will all be on show at the Workshops Rail Museum. Trees for Mum day is a great day to celebrate mother nature or the special mums in our lives. Plant a tree onsite, or in your own backyard, to create a living memory and be a part of making Ipswich a sustainable city.
The Ipswich Arts Awards return in 2023, celebrating the city’s new and established local artists. Everyone is welcome to come and see the exhibition at 1 Nicholas Street in late May and June showcasing the works from these extremely creative and passionate artists. While visiting the exhibition, make a day of it and enjoy a coffee, some food or a little pampering in the Nicholas Street Precinct. With new tenants and Tulmur Walk open, it’s even easier to enjoy the revitalisation of Ipswich Central. Autumn is also a special time to remember those who served to protect our country. ANZAC Day services will be held at cenotaphs and in local communities and I welcome all to attend and acknowledge our heroes near and far. I hope you enjoy all that there is to do and see in Ipswich this season. I know I am looking forward to the changing sunsets over the city and seeing you at an event or show soon. As activities, programs and events may cancel or move subsequent to publication of this brochure, no responsibility is accepted for accuracy of content. This publication is copyright. Other than for the purposes of and subject to the conditions prescribed under the Copyright Act 1968 (C’wlth), no part of it may in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, micro copying, photocopying, recording or otherwise) be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted without prior written permissions. If you wish to disseminate or share this information and or images please contact Ipswich City Council for permission.
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