Haunted Ipswich CBD Ghost Tour

Take a Friday night ghost tour of the historic City of Ipswich and learn all about its fascinating haunted past, with Haunted Ipswich CBD Ghost Tours, running fortnightly from June 9th.

Haunted Ipswich CBD Ghost Tours

The gothic little town has a fascinating history and this tour will take you to seven sites where you'll hear real ghost stories gathered from archives, newspapers, books and local residents.

Haunted Ipswich CBD Ghost Tours

Included in the two hour tour is a visit to one of Ipswich's most haunted buildings, the Old Flour Mill, whose resident ghost Hubert, a young worker who died from scarlet fever, is thought to roam the building covered in flour.

You'll also hear tales of church organs that mysteriously play behind locked doors at night at St Mary's, Ipswich's most haunted church, along with an eerie story about Mrs Ginn and the Mystery of the Skulls under the floorboards.

Good to know - The Haunted Ipswich CBD Ghost Tour is from Ghost Tours Australia, which is headed by Brisbane's famous 'man in black', renowned historian Jack Sim. You can check out his Ipswich Cemetery Ghost Tour here.

Need to know - Free parking is available at the Ipswich City Council car park on Roderick St, Ipswich. This is on the opposite side of the road to the starting location.

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

Haunted Ipswich CBD Ghost Tours

The Old Courthouse Gallery

Roderick St

cnr East Si


Fortnightly on Fridays 7.30-9.30pm

Jun 11, 25, Jul 9



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