Explore Council Data

The range of data available on the Transparency and Integrity Hub is broad and deep. Stories have been developed to provide context to the data to assist you in engaging with raw data and discovering more about how Council works.

Every effort is made to provide information that is accurate. However, data is subject to change and may contain inconsistencies or errors. Some data, which may identify individuals or companies, has been masked for legal and/or privacy reasons.

Budget 2022-2023

Ipswich City Council Budget 2022–2023

Ipswich City Council handed down its budget on Thursday, 30 June 2022. This budget focuses on flood recovery, delivering first-class services, and keeping pace with the rapid growth and transformation of our region.

Revenue and Exp against Budget

Council’s Revenue and Expenses against the Budget

Explore the actual operating financial results against the current and past budgets adopted by Council.

Flood Recovery Coord Program

Flood Recovery Coordination Program

Learn how Council is coordinating the recovery and reconstruction of Ipswich following the severe weather impacts in early 2022.

This story will be available in early 2023.

Community Funding

Community Funding

Community funding is a way to support initiatives and partnerships that encourage participation in community life, foster social cohesion, celebrate culture and diversity, and contribute to a vibrant, healthy and sustainable city. We are proud to share the successful applicants for our community funding rounds in 2021-2022.

Enviroplan

Enviroplan

This forward-thinking initiative launched in 1996 as a clear recognition that identifying, protecting and maintaining the health of vital ecosystems and natural environmental values is a priority in creating a sustainable and liveable community. Learn how your rates are contributing to this important initiative.

Memorabilia

Memorabilia Project

In late 2021 Ipswich City Council held an online auction of memorabilia, raising more than $61,000 for domestic and family violence prevention.

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Nicholas Street Precinct Redevelopment

The largest transformation to be undertaken in Ipswich Central in more than three decades is breathing new life into the Ipswich Central Business District (CBD). See how the development, which has its origins in 2009, has taken shape through the years and continues to transform the area.

Ti Tree

Ti Tree Bioenergy Funding

Council receives annual payments from Ti Tree Bioenergy to offset impacts from the facility and support projects with community and environmental benefits. See what projects are currently underway.

Budget 21-22

Ipswich City Council Budget 2021–2022

Ipswich City Council handed down its budget on Thursday, 24 June 2021. The budget was developed in alignment with Council’s Corporate Plan, iFuture 2021-2026.

Procurement

Council's Forward Procurement Schedule

This is a forward view of the next 18 months procurements over $200,000 (ex GST) in categories such as Goods and Services, Information and Communication Technologies, Building, Construction and Maintenance, and fleet.

Budget 2021-2022

Monthly Procurement Transparency Uploads

Explore Council's basic contract details for all awarded contracts and procurements over $10,000 (ex GST).

Councillor Expenses

Current Councillor Expenses

Take a look at Councillor expenses from April 2020 to now.

Annual reports for previous years can be found on the Ipswich City Council website.

Controlled Entities

Aggregated Controlled Entities

Ipswich City Council has operated a number of beneficial enterprises (also known as controlled entities), which were formed under the Local Government Act 2009. Council resolved to wind-up and deregister a number of its controlled entities.

Smart Cities

Smart City Program

The Ipswich Smart City Program was a series of projects developed to address a range of Ipswich challenges and opportunities.

Between 2015 and 2020, Ipswich City Council invested just over $4.6 million in the Ipswich Smart City Program.

Ipswich City Council Budget 2020 - 2021

Ipswich City Council Budget 2020–2021

Ipswich City Council handed down its budget on Tuesday, 30 June 2020. The budget was developed in alignment with Council’s Corporate Plan 2017-2022 and the strategic priorities of the newly elected Council.

Council Expenses

Council Expenses 2015–2021

Ipswich City Council collects rates and other charges to provide a wide range of services to the community. These services are provided in line with Council’s five-year priorities set out in the Corporate Plan 2017-2022.

Councillor Expenses

Councillor Expenses 2015–2020

On 27 April 2020, Ipswich City Council resolved to publish the previous five years of financial data onto the new Transparency and Integrity Hub.

Annual reports can be found on the Ipswich City Council website.

Budget 2021-2022

Procurement Data 2015–2020

This retrospective look shows all contractual arrangements executed by Council with an identified value over $200,000 (ex GST) at the time of contract execution. Ipswich City Council’s contracts are diverse in nature and span several procurement categories.