TIME flies when you're having fun and it goes even quicker when the kids are too.
It seemed Ipswich was not short of activities to keep the younger ones busy when we asked for some ideas on places to take the kids on Facebook.
Queens Park and Ipswich Nature Centre were popular choices for parents as was the Ipswich Art Gallery.
"Ipswich has heaps of fantastic parks, a picnic is always a great fun way to spend an afternoon with the kids," said Sharon Ross.
"So much to do in Ipswich, Art Gallery rocks but be prepared for you kids to want to spend hours there," said Janice Freiberg.
Other out of the box suggestions included a trip to the Riverheart Parklands and simply touring the city, looking at its history.
"Take them for a walk to look at heritage houses," said Lois Kilmartin.
"Ipswich has heaps, they are beautiful and all have information out front on plaques."
Other educational activities for the kids included trips to the Ipswich Library and the Workshops Rail Museum.
For those looking for more of a thrill the Tactical Ops Paintball fields in Rosewood were suggested for children aged 15 and over.
Trampoline park and indoor play centre Just Jump was also a popular choice for adventure seekers.
"Just Jump is at the sport complex across from Redbook Plaza. it's fun (we) went there last weekend," said Melissa Small.
|Just Jump - trampoline park Ipswich|
By Anna Hartley