Contains information for Ipswich residents and owners of historic Ipswich properties on how they can preserve our city’s heritage and web links of other relevant online resources.
Contains information for owners of heritage registered properties and provides access to the Queensland Heritage Register and any upcoming heritage applications or decisions currently in place.
A wonderful new addition to the Heritage Trails of Ipswich series that includes an online audio tour of the famous park and its many wonderful features
This library is located at the University of Queensland and it contains significant Australian studies resources as well as rare books, architectural plans and manuscripts
This library was opened in 1934 and is a centre for research and study relating to Queensland.
Queensland Government’s online collection of photographs from the 1930s to 2009. Search this historical collection to see how Queensland’s landscape has changed over time.
Provides free access to a collection of digitized and searchable resources on Queensland’s colonial and state history.
“Elanda” Queen St., Harrisville 4307
Phone: (07) 5464-6518
P.O. Box 295, Ipswich 4305
Cooneana Heritage Centre, 1041 Redbank Plains Road
Phone: (07) 3282-0358
65 Bryces Road, Pine Mountain 4306
Phone: (07) 5464-3827
73 Edmond St, Marburg
Phone: (07) 5464-4808
South Amberley Rd, Amberley
Phone: 1800 623 306
Open once a month. A collection of Australian military memorabilia and a limited collection of historic aircraft. Admission is free.
North Street, North Ipswich QLD
Phone: (07) 3432-5100
Ground Floor, Jubilee Building, Ipswich Hospital (adjacent to Court Street)
Phone: (07) 3810 1254
Search billions of historical documents from over 48 countries, millions of historical photos, public records, indexes and additional resources.
Contains web links to historical State and Territory birth, death and marriage records. Each site allows you to specify, last name, first name and the approximate year of the event.
Contains guides that assist Family History researchers in tracing their heritage through resources such as Blue Books, Police Gazettes, convict databases, censuses and musters, electoral rolls, directories and almanacs, immigration and land records, naturalizations, newspapers, publican indexes, adoption, parish records and more.
Search for billions of names across hundreds of records in a bid to discover your family history. Records span from countries around the world and include births, deaths, marriages, probates, land and military.
Contains fact sheets that provide assistance with tracing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage.
Includes how-tos and tips on conducting family history research, how to look after your photos & documents, as well as access to the online collection of records and photographs held by the National Archives.
Contains indexes of cemeteries from all State and Territories of Australia. Search by surname or cemetery name to find transcripts of the gravesites as they appear onsite.
Includes war history dating from the colonial period (1788-1901) to the present and online access to nominal rolls (for all conflicts), WW1 Red Cross wounded or missing, WW2 POWs and honours and awards as well as the Roll of Honour, Commemorative Roll and Remembrance book.
This register commemorates and records the details of those men and women who died in the two world wars.
Learn the personal stories of Anzacs through archival records from the National Archives of Australia.
A free index to funeral, death and legal notices appearing in Australian newspapers.
Cnr. Haig & Hunter Sts., Brassall
Phone: (07) 3201-5182