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Ipswich RSL Memorial Hall Museum

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A sad but uplifting place where people have dedicated years to keep it. It's a wonder the council havnt knocked it down

Get a parking spot. NOT FREE in the place. Busy traffic noise in the garden so don't take a coffee... read more

Reviewed September 3, 2016
Francis D
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Ipswich, Australia
A credit to "the Passing Parade of our glorious forefathers"

Plenty of reading material , memorabilia, personal stories etc.available for your research and/or... read more

Reviewed February 25, 2018
David W
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Southern Queensland, Australia
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Feb 25, 2018
“A credit to "the Passing Parade of our glorious forefathers"”
Sep 3, 2016
“A sad but uplifting place where people have dedicated years to keep it. It's a wonder the council havnt knocked it down”
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Corner of Limestone and Nicholas Streets, Ipswich, Queensland 4305, Australia
+61 7 3812 3822
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Reviewed February 25, 2018

Plenty of reading material , memorabilia, personal stories etc.available for your research and/or Family Tree.

Thank David W
Reviewed September 3, 2016

Get a parking spot. NOT FREE in the place. Busy traffic noise in the garden so don't take a coffee. The place is opposite the Civic Centre which is a shamble from the Whitlam days. I was pleased to see the displays but was interested...More

Thank Francis D
Reviewed March 1, 2016

The Ipswich Memorial Hall, located in a park opposite the Civic Centre is a beautiful building that was erected to honour the Ipswich and district servicemen of WWI and is built in a classic style of that period. Inside, three levels connected by a grand...More

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