For those who haven’t been to Queensland’s oldest provincial city, you’re in for an experience that spans from exploring its heritage-listed beauty to full-on family fun.
Older than the city of Brisbane, Ipswich is just a half-hour drive but a world away in terms of things to do, places to explore and heritage to uncover.
The food and drink scene in Ipswich has grown, offering everything from cafes to bars, breweries and restaurants.
The "catch of the day" comes into the bayside each morning, while fresh produce arrives from farms in the hinterland. Enjoy the rich offering of fine-dining restaurants, local pubs and clubs, top cafes and fresh fish 'n' chips joints in the Moreton Bay Region.
So you've got two days to cover all you can in the Moreton Bay Region. Check out our tips and make an awesome weekend of it.
From the salty sea air by the bayside at Redcliffe to the lush rainforest greens of the D’Aguilar range, read on to discover 34 things to do in the Moreton Bay Region.
Looking for a beach day with a difference? Jump on the ferry or grab a water taxi over to North Stradbroke Island to seek out the sun, surf and sand – with a good slice of island life, naturally.
It has the word S-C-E-N-I-C in its title, so don’t expect anything less than epic mountains, lush valleys, dry plains and wide open roads.
Ever wanted to learn to cook with local and native produce? The Scenic Rim has the perfect cooking schools for you. Three, in fact.
Depending on the kind of holiday you’re looking for, there are three main locations to choose from at North Stradbroke Island: Point Lookout, Amity and Dunwich.