Ipswich City Council facilities to reopen after lockdown

Ipswich City Council’s various community facilities will reopen after the three-day lockdown ends Friday 2 July at 6pm.

While council facilities will be open and providing services, social distancing and face mask requirements will be maintained by visitors and staff.

Queensland Government restrictions, in effect until 6pm, 16 July 2021, include carrying a mask at all times and wearing it outside of the home.

Council facilities resuming their normal opening hours from Saturday, 3 July includes all council libraries, the Ipswich Art Gallery, Ipswich Civic Centre and public pools.

Following is the list of council managed facilities that will resume normal opening hours:

  • All libraries
  • Ipswich Art Gallery
  • Ipswich Civic Centre
  • Visitor Information Centre
  • Fire Station 101

These include all public pools, including the Orion Lagoon at Robelle Domain, the Queens Park nursery and all mobile nursery events.

The Ipswich Nature Centre and Queens Park Education Centre will reopen.

Picnic areas across natural estates remained open, as did council parks and dog off-leash areas.

Council’s Active and Healthy Ipswich program will resume as will school holiday activities run by council such as Kids go Wild, School Holiday Active Breaks program and activities. Visit for times.

The customer support area at 1 Nicholas Street and the council contact centre have remained open and will continue unchanged.

Safe City operations also remained open unaffected by the lockdown restrictions.

Council’s waste transfer stations remained open, with residents using these facilities reminded that EFTPOS or credit card are the preferred method of payment.

Domestic waste services also continued unaffected.

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