Day Tripping in Marburg

The charming country township of Marburg, on the outskirts of Ipswich and less than an hour's drive from Brisbane, is a great place to spend a day (and a night). With fantastic antique shops to fossick through, a stately manor to dine at (and stay overnight), a gin distillery, hobby farm and creative outlet that can organise a bespoke picnic in the historic church grounds, there's plenty of reasons to go day tripping here:

The palatial historic mansion with 360 degree views of the Marburg Valley makes a great weekend escape
This quirky antique and collectables store is named after Scotland Yard's collection of crime artefacts and exhibits
Tommy Smith Cafe sits within the elegant surrounds of Woodlands of Marburg, a sprawling 250 acre historic estate

Just off the Warrego Highway in the charming country township of Marburg, you’ll find one of the most interesting and browse-worthy antique shops in all of Queensland

Owned and operated by the same family for more than 80 years, no trip to Marburg is complete without a visit to this local institution, a grand old heritage-listed hotel that date from 1881... more

These fabulous styled picnics in bell tents are set in the grounds of the historic Old Church at Marburg
Special Branch Collective is brewing quality Dancing Bean coffee and selling premium potted plants in the country town of Marburg
This artisan distillery on the outskirts of Ipswich crafts heavenly gin and brandy
The popular hobby farm, just outside of Marburg, is closed for the month of February but will re-open to visitors at the start of March

And, for more great things to see and do in Ipswich, visit Discover Ipswich HERE.

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