Paul Rudd in a scene from the movie Ant-Man and The Wasp. Supplied by Marvel.
Paul Rudd in a scene from the movie Ant-Man and The Wasp. Supplied by Marvel. Marvel

5 things to do in Ipswich

Pop up fun for little ones

Wednesday, February 27, from 9.30-11am at 1 Mill Street Rosewood.

BRING down the kids to meet Bee-Bot, the robot, and spark your child's creativity with different activities such as stories, songs, music and more.

Playing with Light

Wednesday, February 27 to March 6, from 10am-5pm at Ipswich Art Gallery.

PLAYING with Light is a full body interactive exhibition exploring our bright and colourful world. This exhibition includes sneaking past laser light security beams, a giant kaleidoscope, painting with infared light, freezing your shadow on a wall and more. Cost is $5 per person or $15 for a family.

How to train your Dragon: Hidden World, and The Grinch

Wednesday, February 27, to Saturday, March 2, from 4pm at the Tivoli Drive-In

COME down to the drive-in from 4pm for market stalls, grab something from the cafe and get comfortable for a 7pm screening of How to Train your Dragon: Hidden World then a 8.45pm screening of The Grinch.

Movies in the park

Friday, March 1, from 7pm at Robelle Domain

PACK a picnic and get to The Circle for this free event, perfect for the family. The movie will be Ant-Man and the Wasp. This event is drug and alcohol free.

Ipswich Jam

Sunday, March 3, from 1.30-6pm at Norths Leagues Club

CALLING musicians of all skill levels to come down and enjoy a barbecue, beer and incredible live music at the monthly Ipswich Jam.


Good samaritan seriously injured at crash scene

Good samaritan seriously injured at crash scene

Rescue helicopter called to help bystander.

Peter Dutton claims victory in key Qld seat

Peter Dutton claims victory in key Qld seat

The Home Affairs Minister faced the fight of his political career

MISSING: Teenager missing from Ipswich

MISSING: Teenager missing from Ipswich

Police and family hold concerns for his safety and well-being.