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September 7, 2020 Visit Queensland No Comments Email Email

Reaper Challenge launches

The Pumpyard Bar and Brewery’s Head Chef Shawn has put the call out those brave enough to try the Reaper Challenge. Shawn is always striving to make his menu items the hottest and still taste amazing.  He’s a native New Yorker and his cooking repertoire has covered everything from high end fine dining, to classic Australian pub fare.  His menu showcases his love of southern style comfort food with his passion for BBQ and beer!  The challenge, if you can handle it, is 3 reaper sliders, 3 reaper wings and 1 scoop of reaper ice cream – if you can finish it in five minutes you can win a $30 venue voucher and you’ll go on the wall of fame!

Contact Abbie Glossop 3282 9076 – video available

New stay deal for Spring

Quest Springfield releases new Spring deal in time for Father’s Day.  The deal includes a room, free gift and free beer tasting paddle at Ballistic Springfield. Starting from $169.00 per night.

Contact Danrie Le Roux 3155 1300

Animal Encounters are back for school holidays

Pre-booked sessions will be back these school holidays Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9am and 11am during the school holidays.

Contact Carly Morrissey 3810 7712

Sip ‘n’ Dip kids art classes

The hot new trend for school holidays is kid’s art and craft classes.  Run by Sip ‘n’ Dip Ipswich these classes will keep the kids busy for a few hours and inspire them to be more arty.  The classes range for cupcake decorating to making dream catchers, painting skate decks, painting pets, making resin earrings, pom pom keychains, making cactus rock planters, Halloween styled soap, tape painting and much more.  Classes are being held at Ipswich Jets, The Soul Nook Collective, Coffee Club Springfield and the studio at 98 Brisbane Tce.

Contact Jaana Brown 0438 758 269

Ipswich Cemetery Ghost Tour

The haunted history tour at the Ipswich Cemetery is back for school holidays with historian Jack Sim.  Book in for September 19, 26 and October 3 at 7.30pm.

Contact Rick Burden 0401 666 441

Dami Im is coming to Ipswich

See the singer in a covid safe event at the Ipswich Civic Centre.

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Hops and Hounds

On the last Sunday of every month The Pumpyard Bar and Brewery is holding Hops and Hounds.  It’s a dog friendly day with house made doggy treats that use the spent grain from the brewing process – saving them from going into landfill.

Contact Abbie Glossop 3282 9076


This year’s 99 Bikes Cycle Epic takes place over September 19 and 20 on the trails at Hidden Vale Adventure Park.  It’s a weekend with something for everyone from walking to riding, the novice to professionals.

Contact Hayden Brooks 0414 343 579


Australia’s favourite Cruising Car Show, Powercruise, is back this month with hundreds of muscle cars expected at the event.  This family friendly event is great for any muscle car enthusiasts, with loads of on and off track entertainment. The event includes cruises and competitions involving burnouts, off-street drag racing, powerskids, drifting and Miss Powercruise.  Kids rides, trade stands, show-n-go awards and stunt entertainment, are all a part of the must see entertainment.  Event runs from September 12-13.

Contact Neil Lewis 0466 11 270

Kenda Radial

If you’ve been missing drag racing then this is the event for you. The Kenda Radial Redemption gets underway with testing on September 24 and 25 and the competition starts around noon on September 26.

Contact Harry Roswell 0418 881 678

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