City of Ipswich


The City of Ipswich is located in south-east Queensland. The City encompasses a total land area of about 1,100 square kilometres. The City of Ipswich is a rapidly growing residential area, with substantial rural, rural-residential, commercial and industrial areas. The main urban centre is Ipswich, with developing residential areas in the east, and numerous small townships including Grandchester, Marburg, Rosewood and Walloon. Rural land is used largely for agriculture.

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NOTE: The land use shown in the map is derived from ABS Mesh Block categories. Mesh Blocks broadly identify land use and are not designed to provide definitive land use. It is purely an indicator of the main planned land use for a Mesh Blocks. For more information please refer to ABS Mesh Block categories.

Transportation Networks

  • Ipswich Motorway
  • Logan Motorway
  • Brisbane Valley Highway
  • Cunningham Highway
    Warrego Highway
  • Brisbane Road
  • Ipswich and Rosewood railway lines


  • Brisbane CBD 40km
  • Brisbane Airport 60km
  • Port of Brisbane 70km

Major Industrial Precincts

  • Amberley - RAAF Base Amberley
  • Bundamba - north of Brisbane Road
  • Camira - part of Greenbank Military Training Area
  • Carole Park
  • Churchill - west of Lobb Street
  • Goodna - around Lower Cross Street
  • Ipswich - south of the Cemetery
  • New Chum
  • North Ipswich - including Railway Workshops and around Lowry Street
  • North Tivoli - including Westlink Business Park
  • Raceview - around Briggs Road
  • Redbank - north of the railway line, including Queensland Rail Workshops
  • Redbank Plains - south of Eagle Street
  • Riverview - north of Warrego Highway
  • Swanbank - including Swanbank Enterprise Park and Swanbank Power Station
  • West Ipswich
  • Wulkuraka - including Wulkuraka Industrial Estate
  • Yamanto - around Saleyards Road

City of Ipswich

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