Nicholas Street Precinct is the visionary new urban heart of a revitalised Ipswich, one of Australia’s fastest-growing regional cities. It’s a place of community, connection, creativity and commerce. The $250m project is the largest transformation to be undertaken in the Ipswich CBD in more than three decades. 

Stages One and Two featured the reopening of Nicholas Street (which was once a mall), the delivery of a new Ipswich Central Library, and the launch of Tulmur Place, the city’s stunning new entertainment precinct and civic plaza.

Tulmur Place is already becoming a thriving community hub, with locals flocking to their new city heart to explore the space and enjoy the plethora of free community events on offer. More than 13,000 visitors attended the opening of Stage Two, and this overwhelming support has continued.

CTA lead the project’s DDA compliance requirements by ensuring the mall upgrade was completed in accordance with AS1428. In total, CTA installed over 168 square metres of tactile indicators across a number of product categories.


Ipswich Mall Upgrade


Nicholas Street, Ipswich

Tactile Indicators (Total)


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