Crave Trail

Ipswich

CRAVE is a cleverly conceived acronym for Ipswich's own "Creative, Retro, Antiques, Vintage and Eclectic" trail. 20 shops are part of this inspirational trail - all of which stock a colorful array of treasures to be purchased, adored and admired.

Beginning in the historic Top of Town shopping precinct of Ipswich, visitors are guaranteed to find something special at Furniture & Homewares Revival's big white shed or R & R Behind Red Doors. Here you'll also find Ipswich's oldest shop - CJ Vogler & Son, packed with quirky collectables. Venturing further down Brisbane Street, housed within heritage-listed buildings are Upcycled Treasure, Limestone Emporium, and The Vintage Advantage.

To finish the CRAVE trail, crafters and quilters will be keen to pay a visit to ART Time, The Art & Craft Cottage, Kaela's Patch, Country Quilt Co and Queen B's Collective to discover plenty of supplies and materials to last until next time.

In a nutshell - Follow this creative, retro, antique, vintage and eclectic trail through the Ipswich region in order to find and make memories to treasure forever.

Nice to know - Ipswich CBD has cheap metered street parking, and Ipswich Mall is a central parking location to access the many locations along the CRAVE Trail.

Find the full list of shops on the trail HERE.

By Lucy Hordern

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

CRAVE Trail

Ipswich & Surrounds

Shop opening times vary.

Map

<br />Brisbane St cnr Ellenborough St Ipswich

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