Ipswich Council

Locksmiths around Ipswich Council

Hotline: (07) 3041 1918

The list below shows the suburbs in the local council area of Ipswich. If you’re looking for a professional locksmith and you’re located in any of these suburbs, please click on the suburb name. Remember help is just a call away.

Augustine Heightshttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-augustine-heights.html
Barellan Pointhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-barellan-point.html
Basin Pokethttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-basin-poket.html
Bellbird Parkhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-bellbird-park.html
Blackstonehttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-blackstone.html
Boovalhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-booval.html
Brassallhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-brassall.html
Bookwaterhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-bookwater.html
Bundambahttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-bundamba.html
Camirahttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-camira.html
Churchillhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-churchill.html
Chuwarhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-chuwar.html
Coalfallshttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-coalfalls.html
Collingwood Parkhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-collingwood-park.html
Dinmorehttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-dinmore.html
East Ipswichhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-east-ipswich.html
Eastern Heightshttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-eastern-heights.html
Ebbw Valehttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-ebbw-vale.html
Flinders Viewhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-flinders-view.html
Gaileshttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-gailes.html
Goodnahttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-goodna.html
Ipswichhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-ipswich.html
Karaleehttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-karalee.html
Karrabinhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-karrabin.html
Leichhardthttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-leichhardt.html
Moores Pockethttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-moores-pocket.html
Newtownhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-newtown.html
North Boovalhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-north-booval.html
North Ipswichhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-north-ipswich.html
North Tivolihttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-north-tivoli.html
One Milehttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-one-mile.html
Raceviewhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-raceview.html
Redbankhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-redbank.html
Redbank Plainshttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-redbank-plains.html
Riverviewhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-riverview.html
Sadliers Crossinghttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-sadliers-crossing.html
Silkstonehttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-silkstone.html
Springfieldhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-springfield.html
Springfield Lakeshttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-springfield-lakes.html
Tivolihttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-tivoli.html
West Ipswichhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-west-ipswich.html
Woodendhttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-woodend.html
Wulkurakahttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-wulkuraka.html
Yamantohttps://bestlocksmithbrisbane.com.au/locksmith-yamanto.html

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History of Ipswich

Ipswich is the second-oldest local government area in Queensland, after Brisbane. On 16 November 1859, after the enactment of the Municipalities Act of 1858 in New South Wales, a petition containing 91 signatures was received by the Governor of New South Wales seeking to have Ipswich, which at the time had 3,000 people, granted municipal town status. The petition was gazetted the following day, and no counter-petition was received.

On 29 November, the letters patent authorised by Queen Victoria which were to make Queensland a separate colony were published in New South Wales, and the petition was forwarded to the new Queensland governor, Sir George Ferguson Bowen. On 10 December 1859, the same day that the letters patent were published in Queensland, the petition was regazetted. On 3 March 1860 the Borough of Ipswich was proclaimed, and its first elections were held on 19 April 1860, where John Murphy became its first Mayor. The Municipality’s corporate logo was designed by Reverend Lacey H. Rumsey, the rector of St Paul’s Church in Ipswich in 1861.

Ipswich applied on 22 November 1904 to become a City, the status being conferred by the Government of Queensland on 1 December 1904 and its first mayor was Hugh Reilly. On its declaration, the City of Ipswich covered only the central area of Ipswich itself – even what are today considered inner suburbs were parts of different entities.

Beginning in 1994 Ipswich adopted an innovative, community-based, information technology project which aimed to make the city a technology hub at the forefront of the growing move towards the information superhighway. The most prominent feature of the initiative, which was called Global Info-Links, was the development of a new library with free public internet access and the development of a wide area network to which people could subscribe.