After spending a couple of hours at the Ipswich Nature Centre, we headed over to the Environmental Centre, right next door to the Queen's Park Cafe.
The Environmental Centre is a smallish building situated at the top of Queen's Park. There were a few touchy feely tables out with various items from nature. The children loved these.
A nice collection of birds nests, eggs and snake skins are kept behind glass in this cabinet.
The centre offers an array of brochures covering many environmental issues within Ipswich. There were also flyers showing off things to do around Ipswich, including many great looking walking trails.
The back corner was complete with children's tables and chairs and an abundance of nature inspired colouring pages.
We took the opportunity to wander through the Nature Centre whilst waiting for our lunch to be prepared at the next door cafe.
A word of note, take your own lunch with you and have a picnic, unless of course you are happy to pay nearly $50 for a few basic sandwiches and a couple of drinks.Both my mum and my jaws nearly hit the floor when the cashier gave me the total of our bill......definitely the only downside to our day.
We visited the Ipswich Nature Centre earlier in the day, you can read about that here.