Best Western Ipswich

Ipswich City, Ipswich Area

Indicative Rate * AU$130 to AU$450

Stay at this centrally located Ipswich motel, within walking distance of hospitals, show grounds, the University of Queensland Ipswich and the city centre. They are a 15 minute drive to Willowbank Raceway and Amberley Air Force Base and are set in peaceful surroundings with delightful sub-tropical gardens.

They offer you fresh, spotlessly clean motel rooms, self-catering apartments, and friendly hospitality. Choose from executive rooms, self-catering one or two bedroom family apartments, or three-bedroom self-contained cottages. All suites are luxurious, large and airy. The fresh, comfortable interiors have been renovated several times, and the road-facing windows have all been double-glazed so that traffic noise, once a problem, is an issue no more.

Guest facilities include a barbecue area, swimming pool, high-speed wireless Internet access, reverse cycle air-conditioning, Foxtel cable channels and on-site restaurant. It is an excellent venue for small events.

There is an excellent restaurant and piano bar on-site. The Heritage has an extensive menu and caters for most tastes. The meals are traditional fare, featuring old favourites like potato and leek soup, oysters kilpatrick, rib-eye steaks, chicken parmigiana, sticky date pudding to name a few.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Our Rooms

3 Bedroom House

They have two freestanding three-bedroom houses on the property grounds. Each house contains a full kitchen, three bedrooms, open plan living/dining areas, and each has been refurbished and modernised within the last few years.

Standard Queen with Single

Their standard rooms are well-appointed and comfortable, having all been renovated within the last few years, and contain a queen bed and a single bed. Double-glazed windows insulate them from traffic noise. They contain a flat screen LCD television, a desk and chairs, a small refrigerator as well as tea and coffee making facilities. There is also a hairdryer. The rooms feature good quality carpet underfoot, and there are full blockout curtains to keep the sun at bay in the mornings, and reverse-cycle split-system air conditioning to keep the temperature at your desired level.

All Standard rooms are on the first (upper) floor.

Superior Room

Superior Queen rooms feature a queen bed, a two-seater sofa and a dining setting for two. There is a large (40 inch) LCD television. Double glazing is unnecessary because the rooms are well away from the road. These rooms contain the same facilities (tea and coffee making, refrigerator, air conditioning, hair dryer) as the standard rooms.

All Superior Rooms Queen are on the first (upper) floor.

1 Bedroom Apartment

Each of these rooms has a kitchenette with two-burner cooktop, microwave oven, refrigerator, cutlery and crockery. There is a separate bedroom containing a queen bed. The open plan living/dining area contains comfortable furnishings and a large (40 inch) LCD television.

Maximum occupancy is two.

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Jambin, Banana Area
A rural hub with a pub to service weary travellers, Jambin is on the Burnett Highway just south of Smoky Creek. Part of the Callide Valley, the town is wedged between the Callide Creek to the west and the highway to the east, making it a picturesque spot to stop.

Thangool

Thangool, Banana Area
More than 130 years in the making, Thangool first opened to settlers, who tried it as a sheep run in the 1850s. Soon to fail, beef cattle were introduced and later, dairy and cotton took hold. Based on the success of these industries, a make-shift town sprang up.

Mount Morgan

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Callide Dam

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Isla Gorge National Park

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Free Entry
Year-round, Isla Gorge is amazing. Each season and even at different times of the day, the park offers outstanding experiences with the land covered in thick evergreen foliage and a backdrop of coloured cliffs and gorges that put on quite a display as the sunlight shifts throughout the day.

Mount Scoria Conservation Park

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Mount Scoria rises up from the surrounding cultivated plains, a single and spectacular highlight against an otherwise flat landscape. Across its peak, multi-sided rocks are regimented into large vertical and semi-vertical pillars or columns, blunt at the top as if they’d been cropped.

150th Meridian

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