Ipswich Hospital Foundation is proud to announce that UniSQ (University of Southern Queensland) is the Presenting Partner for the 2024 Park2Park. 

Presenting Partner

The University of Southern Queensland is home to some of the most vibrant hubs of education and research innovation in the world. UniSQ offers a supportive environment and student-focused commitment to teaching and learning with campuses in Ipswich, Springfield and Toowoomba and an extensive online presence. By providing a mix of open and flexible programs in business, education, law, arts, health, engineering, surveying, agriculture, and sciences (including paramedicine and aviation), UniSQ meets the educational needs of students, industries, and communities all over the world. The university is committed to solving problems that matter, with local solutions to global challenges, where UniSQ researchers are leading the way in next-generation innovation.

Silver Partner

CleanCo was created with Queensland’s most flexible low-emission generation assets to put downward pressure on electricity prices, integrate renewables while preserving reliability, and support the transition to clean energy in a way that drives regional growth and jobs.

CleanCo's activities will contribute to the achievement of Queensland’s 70% renewable energy target by 2032.

CleanCo is proud to play a significant role in Queensland’s clean energy future and supports the Queensland Energy and Jobs Plan.

Supporting Partners

The Club Service Ipswich (CSI) was initially formed to be a hospitality venue for service personnel and ex-service personnel for people with a common bond. In recent years, the club has suffered financial difficulty and its future seemed uncertain. In late 2015, extensive renovations began to transform the business. It is now known as CSI and still operates within the RSL tradition and is a powerful member of the RSL community representing Ipswich.

Allow us to introduce BOQ Ipswich Riverlink, a small business proudly owned and managed by Lauren Arbon-Corlett. With over 20 years of financial management expertise under her belt, Lauren is dedicated to serving our local community.

Not only is Lauren committed to providing superior banking services, but she also extends her support beyond business walls. She is a proud sponsor of the LHF Foundation, demonstrating her passion for giving back.

At BOQ Ipswich Riverlink, Lauren is driven by a desire to assist locals in achieving their homeownership dreams while delivering the unparalleled experience of traditional old-school banking.

For your convenience, Lauren is reachable outside of regular hours at 0447 168 643, and you can connect with the branch directly at 3884 6000.

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Support local and experience banking with a personal touch at BOQ Ipswich Riverlink.

Why partner with Park2Park:

Differentiate your Brand

Build face to face relationships with local community organisations and stakeholders while standing out as a key supporter of the growth and development of our ever-growing community.

Build Connections

Connect your brand with key stakeholders and decision makers, generating new leads through networking and brand recognition. IHF Events and Marketing can give you the access to create new partnership connections.

Regional Support

IHF are committed to regional presence and representation, and as such have a strategic focus on engagement with the rural hospitals throughout the West Moreton Region. Through more engagement, IHF are able to better support rural hospital needs.

Support your Community

Achieve community recognition and strengthen your position as a market leader by being associated with high a profile event that has a strong 20 year history. Your caring support is instrumental in making a real difference. Together, we’re shaping a healthier and brighter future right here in your local community.

Want to get involved as a partner?

Would your organisation like to get involved in the 2024 IHF Park2Park fun run, as an Event Partner and become part of the excitement of Ipswich’s most historic community events?