The Mc Kays have been put up in a local motel by the Ipswich City Council but should be able to return to their home by the weekend.
By 1875, a house had been built for the superintendent, a bush house in 1890 and a band rotunda in 1891.
The original area of the reserve or gardens progressively reduced over the years, with resumptions of land for various public purposes.
The 1st XI competes for the Earle Williams Trophy, named in honour of a former Ipswich Grammar School player, teacher and coach.
The Queensland Government is confident a sinkhole in a couple's backyard in Ipswich, west of Brisbane, is localised to that one property, Mines Minister Anthony Lynham has said.
features a dazzling array of unique and diverse quilts made from 1710 through to the end of the 20th century, covering a multitude of different wars, cultures and countries.
While quilting is often considered the domain of women, this exhibition casts a different spin on the production of quilts during war-time, and shows how the hands of men turned to quilting as a past-time in the midst of the extreme conditions of war.That's initial - that's still early, early, assessment."Dr Lynham said the water had been pumped out of the hole, which was being left to dry before further works were carried out.He said the Mc Kays' neighbours should not have anything to worry about."At this stage, I know, early assessment, the neighbours have nothing to fear," he said.Dr Lynham said investigations suggested the hole was from a disused mining shaft dating back to the early 1900s."Early signs are, from history, that it's just a straight exploration shaft that wasn't used for coal mining," Dr Lynham said."We suspect what's happened is there was an artificial cap put on the hole and there's a big body of water that's been under that for quite some time."When the cap sunk, the water has come up.Ipswich Grammar School boasts a proud tradition of cricketing excellence dating back to 1863.