Heritage Conservation


Federation through the pages of the QT, 1864-1901
Learn about the major events occuring in Ipswich, leading up to Federation, through the pages of The Queensland Times newspaper.
Heritage Conservation
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.
Ipswich Heritage – Ipswich City Council
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.
Queens Park Heritage Trail
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
Remember When
This wiki features personal stories from locals about life in Ipswich in days gone by.


Fryer Library
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.
John Oxley Library
This library was opened in 1934 and is a centre for research and study relating to Queensland.
National Archives of Australia
is an executive agency of the Australian Government that stores, manages, and preserves Australian government records for the people. This site provides access to photographs
QImagery – Queensland Government
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.
Queensland State Archives
manages, preserves and facilitates public access to the state’s permanent archival public records. They also have a blog.
Text Queensland – Queensland’s past online
provides free access to a collection of digitised and searchable resources on Queensland’s colonial and state history.