Check out some of favourite things to do in Queensland below! Ipswich Central Street Art TrailWith seven new amazing murals now complete across Ipswich Central created as part of the Brisbane Street Art Festival, now is the time to view this inspiring art trail that is a must-see when visiting Ipswich. New Farm and Fortitude ValleySitting on the fringe of Brisbane City you’ll find the capital’s creative centre, tempting visitors from near and far with their bevy of activities for both day and night. Ipswich Nature CentreWith over 42 species and around 200 animals in care – dingoes, bilbies, wallabies, water dragons, and a whole petting zoo – the Ipswich Nature Centre is an unmissable experience. 48 hours: What to do in Brisbane If it’s been a while between visits to Brisbane, you’re in for a surprise. Explore the natural surroundings, heritage-listed sites, and latest additions to the River City. Floating Images Hot Air Balloon FlightsEnjoy glorious views whilst floating majestically over the heritage city of Ipswich, the Scenic Rim and Somerset countryside. Southbank: the best of BrisbaneParks, galleries, restaurants, cafes and even a man-made beach bring this precinct to life, to fuel your days of discovery from your first cappuccino through to cocktail hour. 75 things to do in IpswichFrom world class mountain biking and hiking trails to adrenaline-charged thrills, markets and boutique shopping there have never been more reasons to visit this adventure playground. Mulgumpin (Moreton Island)An adventurer’s dream just 75 minutes by ferry from Brisbane, Moreton the third-largest sand island in the world, lies waiting for you to step into its natural wonder Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island)Ideal for day trips, weekend visits and longer stays, ‘Straddie’ is the world’s second largest sand island offering a unique island getaway for all ages and budgets. MORE HERE!