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The Boho Hut (17km CBD) Rustic Luxury
SUPERHOST
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

The Boho Hut (17km CBD) Rustic LuxuryThe Boho Hut will enable you to reconnect with nature. The fireplace is wonderful in winter. The hut is unique and beautiful; a timber slab hut that is fully insulated and air-conditioned. The setting is three acres of bush land and lawn. The space has been furnished with unique and vintage pieces. Wallabies graze on the grass most early mornings. King parrots, owls and kookaburras will be your neighbours. Local walking trails are on our doorstep

Ipswich Riverside Unit
SUPERHOST
Entire guest house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 bathrooms

Ipswich Riverside UnitThe unit is situated in a convenient location, Riverlink shopping centre, clubs, cafes, CBD, hospitals and train all within a ten minute drive. Also only 6 Minutes from the Warrego Highway.

“Milibarn” modern home in a relaxed rural setting
Entire residential home · 11 guests · 6 beds · 3 bathrooms

“Milibarn” modern home in a relaxed rural settingMilibarn Homestead is set on a beautiful 120 rural acre property located on the boundary of Somerset, Lockyer Valley and Ipswich Shires with the local community of Marburg /Rosewood only 10min drive respectively. We have recently purchased the property and are running the AirBnb in the same style and service as the previous owners with a few new and exciting changes to come.

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Popular amenities for City of Ipswich holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great holiday rentals in City of Ipswich

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  1. Private room
  2. Regency Downs
Beautiful Queenslander with wide shady veranders
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Marburg
Two Tree Hill Get-A-Way at Marburg
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Walloon
Ashlyn Retreat
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  1. Farm stay
  2. Tallegalla
Tallavalley Farm
PLUS
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Ipswich
Ipswich Central Cottage, Close to Hospitals & Entertainment.
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Basin Pocket
Millie the Caravan Netflix, wifi & pool
  1. Entire residential home
  2. North Ipswich
Spacious 3 Bedroom House - Close to centre of town
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Tallegalla
Tallegalla High Gardens - Eco rural retreat
PLUS
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Ipswich
Cozy, Comfy Cottage for the Ultimate Ipswich Experience
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Camira
Rustic country cabin in the woods
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Raceview
Pet Friendly and Foxtel Apartment in Ipswich
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Tallegalla
Offerton House

Top-rated things to do in City of Ipswich

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  • The Woolstores of Teneriffe
    The tour will give guests a special opportunity to take a look at some of the oldest surviving woolstores in Teneriffe. Guests will hear about the special place that wool occupied in the history of Queensland, and the living legacy that the woolstores have stamped on Teneriffe. Learn about the features that made the woolstores special buildings, designed for a particular purpose and a particular location. You will also learn about the associated industries that occupied Teneriffe right up until the 1970s. Hear how changes in the wool markets lead to the abandonment of the woolstores and the decline of Teneriffe as a suburb. And learn how the area was included in the Building Better Cities Program, from which Teneriffe has emerged as a renewed suburb. Other things to note The tour does not require guests to bring any specific equipment. General photography of the building is permitted, but no photography of, or access to individual private residences is permitted.
    From Price:£15/person
  • Street photography with a local pro
    We'll meet at a local cafe hidden in a small laneway where we'll learn some photographic theory, camera (or phone) settings and tips and tricks to apply when it comes to street photography. We'll then set out to explore the streets and alleyways of the Brisbane CBD where I'll show you the best spots to capture striking street photographs. As we go, I'll be there to critique your photos as you shoot and to offer suggestions for how you can achieve better results. You'll find the two hours will fly by, but you'll leave with great images, and the skills and confidence to continue creating stunning street photography. Of course you'll also have seen parts of the city you would have been unlikely to stumble on yourself. Other things to note Make sure you have comfortable shoes, as we'll be walking or standing for most of the experience.
    From Price:£32/person
  • Photograph the skyline at sunrise
    We'll be up bright and early, meeting at Kangaroo Point Lookout. We'll have a chat about what you know and what you don't about photographing sunrises and I'll give you all the tips and tricks you'll need to take stunning cityscape photographs as the sun rises, illuminating Brisbane's downtown area and the Brisbane River. In between photos, I'll point out some of the significant landmarks that you can see from the lookout. I'll also be happy to share with you local knowledge of places you may be interested in visiting based on your individual interests. By the end of the experience, you'll have so many beautiful photos of Brisbane city lit up by the sun's golden rays that you'll have a hard time choosing which ones you like more! If it's a rainy day, don't fear, we'll learn how to capture cityscapes that use the weather to add mood to your photos. Other things to note While the sunrise is most spectacular on a clear or partly cloudy day, the skyline at dawn can be just as picturesque on a cloudy or even rainy day thanks to the city lights and reflections in buildings' glass facades. I will show you how to get the best camera settings to leave with great photos.
    From Price:£22/person
  • Woolstores and warships
    We shall take an easy and relaxing walk along the Brisbane River in Teneriffe to learn about the history of the area and to understand its historical significance as a centre for the wool trade and as a former naval base during WW2. We shall also discover how the Urban Renewal programme meant Teneriffe became one of Brisbane's most livable suburbs. But don't take my word for it; come and see for yourself. Other things to note Don't forget your camera; and your inquisitive mind.
    From Price:£15/person
  • Private MTB Tour - Gap Creek
    We will meet at a time and location of your choosing - I suggest Brisbane Lookout at Mt Coot-tha. We will descend, to the Gap Creek Reserve on unsealed fire road and single track. The areas adjacent to the Gap Creek Reserve offer some of the best mountain bike single track in Queensland. You will determine the pace and duration of our ride. I will ensure that you don't get lost and that you experience the best tracks the area has to offer. The proposed route is difficult to navigate and less enjoyable in the absence of a local guide. We will stop for photographs as required. I will capture and share video footage of your ride using my phone and/or action camera. Other things to note 1. Bike and helmet hire (fortheriders.com) 2. Dress appropriately for the conditions 3. Helmet is mandatory 4. Ride may be cancelled due to severe weather (>32C)
    From Price:£32/person