Come explore Queensland’s oldest provincial city!
Renowned for its architectural, natural and cultural heritage, Ipswich has all kinds of attractions and highlights ranging from steam trains, over 550 parks (including the heritage-rich Queens Park and modern Orion Lagoon), as well as eateries, cafes, restaurants, cinemas, shopping centres and more!
Fox Superflow® is racing the way you ride. Ride up at your own pace. Drop in with your buddies on each other’s tyre or leave a space to pin. It’s about doing party trains, railing berms and SENDING IT!
This is friendly enduro racing without a tight schedule. You can pick the order in which to tackle the race stages, which makes this event social and action-packed at the same time! You can do up to five runs on each stage, the fastest one counts and there are no start orders, which means whatever category you’re in, you can ride together and still lock your own best race run in!
Get ready for an absolute adrenaline rush as you smash down our Superflow race tracks to hunt down those precious seconds for the win!
Supported by Ipswich City Council, this really is your mountain bike life with the volume turned up!
This race is part of the Fox Superflow QLD South Series!
For the first time we are offering a series in three iconic MTB locations in the Sunshine State: Nerang, Ipswich and Mt Joyce! Six days of racing, 45 timed runs all up, 3 weekend getaways within an 8-week timeframe.
Please note – Special COVID-19 race rules are in place
All competitors need to sign up online and please note that event Check-In is mandatory for any non-racer, including spectators and supporters, via the relevant Covid Check-In App with the QR Code displayed at the registration desk in the Rocky Trail event centre.
Download the app and find state/territory-specific information via our Covid Check-In portal!
About the Trails
We are stoked to be racing at Castle Hill Blackstone Reserve MTB Park, which provides some of the best single track in South East Queensland.
Ipswich City Council and a group of dedicated volunteers from the Ipswich Cycling Club have built the trails and facilities that makes this small but busy trail network one of the most popular in the region.
With over 15 International Mountain Biking Association rated mountain bike trails ranging from easy to very difficult, Castle Hill is suitable for riders of all abilities, but is best known for its technical single trails which can challenge even experienced riders.
Address: Corner of Thomas and Mary Streets, Blackstone.
By Air – Ipswich is easily accessible from 3 major airports – Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Brisbane West Wellcamp (Toowoomba) Airports – and is connected to the Brisbane and Gold Coast Airports via the Airtrain and Brisbane Citytrain networks.
By Road – Ipswich is only 30 minutes by road from Brisbane City, 1 hour from the Brisbane Airport and 45 minutes from the Gold Coast, and is located on the nexus of five major arterial roads, so it’s easy to get there by road. The Brisbane and Gold Coast Airports offer easy access to car hire companies for the fly-drive option.
Daily bus connections are available from the Brisbane Transit Centre in Brisbane, and bus transfers are available for door-to-door shuttle services. Bookings are essential and must be made 2 full working days prior to the service being provided. Group coach transfers are also available. Contact the Ipswich Visitor Information Centre on (07) 3281 0555 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings and more information.
By Rail – The Brisbane Citytrain network provides regular connections from Brisbane to Ipswich and Springfield, with connections to the Gold & Sunshine Coast rail lines. You can also travel to Ipswich via Airtrain from the Brisbane Airport, with a change over to the Citytrain network at Roma Street or Central Stations.
Ipswich has a rich history as well as a vibrant cultural scene. With gracious old buildings, beautiful parks and a creatively quirky food and shopping precinct, come and discover a world of things to do, places to explore, and heritage to uncover.
Best Western Ipswich
Enjoy fresh, clean rooms, self-catering apartments, and friendly hospitality. All suites are luxurious, large and airy, with comfortable interiors.
Guest facilities include a barbecue area, swimming pool, high-speed WiFi, reverse cycle air-conditioning, room service, ample off-street parking for cars, buses and trucks, and an excellent restaurant and piano bar on-site. The Heritage Restaurant has an extensive menu and caters for most tastes, serving traditional meals.
Hardings Paddock Campground
Address: Carmichaels Road, Purga
Phone: (07) 3281 0555
Just 20 minutes from the Ipswich Central Business District, the Hardings Paddock campground is perfect for a weekend getaway for the whole family. Surrounded by natural bushland, there are just eight camping sites available to add to the feeling of seclusion.
The campgrounds and site is also suitable for motorhomes and caravans. There’s no power, but you will have access to toilets, camp kitchen including BBQ’s and shower cubicles (you’ll need to bring your own shower bags and potable water).
Choose from a cabin or villa, relax in your caravan, or enjoy your nights under the stars on a camping site (both powered and unpowered sites available).
Country Motel Ipswich
Located just a few minutes drive from the Ipswich Central Business District and walking distance to Brothers Leagues Club with a small shopping village conveniently located just across the road.
Offering 44 comfortable, well-appointed rooms, some fully self-contained plus free fast and reliable WiFi for all guests. Parking is at your door, mostly undercover and also caters for RVs and Caravans with a few secure sites for short stays.
The motel has a picturesque pool complete with an additional adjoining wading pool for toddlers, and you ca unwind in the evening with a delicious meal from the on-site restaurant, Casa Mia.