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  • Ipswich City Council

    Ipswich City Council

    A: Queens Park, 14 Queens Victoria Parade, IPSWICH
    T: 0732810555
    E: info@discoveripswich.com.au
    W: www.discoveripswich.com.au

    Lying just 40 minutes south-west of Brisbane is Ipswich, Queensland's oldest provincial city, with a rich heritage and an assortment of hidden gems just waiting for visitors to discover. Whether you are after family fun, the chance to get outdoors and active or to connect with the local culture or you simply want to indulge yourself, than Ipswich and the Scenic Rim is the perfect destination.

  • Lockyer Valley Regional Council

    Lockyer Valley Regional Council

    A: 26 Railway Street, GATTON
    T: 1300 005 872
    E: mailbox@lvrc.qld.gov.au
    W: www.lockyervalley.qld.gov.au

    The Lockyer Valley Regional Council was created as a result of the amalgamation of the Gatton and Laidley Shire Councils. The council has a clear vision to move forward with balanced view to explore sustainable development to build upon our unique rural lifestyle in the Lockyer Valley - our Valley of Variety.

  • Logan City Council

    Logan City Council

    A: City Administration Centre, 150 Wembley Road, LOGAN CENTRAL
    T: 07 3412 3412
    E: council@logan.qld.gov.au
    W: www.logan.qld.gov.au

    Logan City Council (LCC). Logan City is the 3rd largest city in Qld. LCC's mission is to strongly pursue the city vision ("A City for Families, Lifestyle & Business") in partnership with its communities and other stakeholders. An aspect is to pursue niche opportunities in nature-based and lifestyle tourism in tune with an approved strategic direction.

  • Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism

    Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism

    A: 55 Miller Street, KIPPA-RING
    T:
    E: info@visitmoretonbayregion.c...
    W: www.visitmoretonregion.com.a...

  • Redland City Council

    Redland City Council

    A: Corner Bloomfield & Middle Streets, CLEVELAND
    T: 07 3829 8962
    E: info@redland.qld.gov.au
    W: www.more2redlands.com.au

    Redlands on Moreton Bay - More to Life, More to Explore. Just 35 mins from the CBD, offering unique nature-based experiences, Bay adventures, unforgettable North Stradbroke Island weekends, hinterland winery, markets & boating. Visitor Information Centre - 1300 667 386

  • Scenic Rim Regional Council

    Scenic Rim Regional Council

    A: 82 Brisbane Street, BEAUDESERT
    T: 07 5540 5111 or 1300 360 555
    E: mail@scenicrim.qld.gov.au
    W: www.scenicrim.qld.gov.au

    Possessing a unique rural feel, the Scenic Rim Region covers an area of 4,256km and home to almost 35,000 people, with a large proportion involved in the tourism, agriculture and equine industries. Among the many wonderful attractions residents and visitors will find in the Scenic Rim are picturesque mountain ranges, stunning waterfalls, cattle peacefully grazing in lush green paddocks, and markets filled with fresh produce and locally-made arts and crafts.

  • Somerset Regional Council

    Somerset Regional Council

    A: 2 Redbank Street, ESK
    T: 07 5424 4000
    E: tourism@somerset.qld.gov.au
    W: www.somerset.qld.gov.au

    Somerset Regional Council was formed in 2008 by the amalgamation of Esk and Kilcoy Shires. Somerset Regional Council has an area of 5379 sq km. Esk Shire comprised the western and southern parts of the Somerset Regional Council, nearly three-quarters of its area. The most densely populated part of the Somerset Regional Council is in the south, around the Lockyer Valley. In addition to horticultural holdings there are rural/residential sub-divisions.

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