Things To Do
How to get to Moreton Bay Region
20km, 30 minute drive from Brisbane CBD
Get in touch with the local wildlife or go wild yourself in the natural playground that is the Moreton Bay region. Take a drive along the mountain roads that snake through dense forest, stopping off at a boutique winery along the way. Or head seaward for dolphin-spotting and lazy evenings spent by the water. Following the seaside villages north from Brisbane will lead you to Bribie Island, an easy escape for nature lovers, families and water sports enthusiasts.
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.
The "catch of the day" comes into the bayside each morning, while fresh produce arrives from farms in the hinterland. Discover fine dining, local pubs, top cafes and fish 'n' chips joints in the region.
Connected to the mainland by bridge, Bribie Island is an island escape, popular with nature lovers, water sport enthusiasts and families alike.
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.
Antique Airways offers Tiger Moth joy flights, from a cruisy scenic journey to an adrenalin-pumping aerobatic thriller.
The Caboolture Historical Village is a wonderful attraction with a massive collection of over 100,000 historical items restored and displayed within more than 70 buildings in a pioneer village setting covering 12 acres.
Local artists of many disciplines show works in the gallery.
The Moreton Bay Region is home to Bee Gees Way, a walkway that honours the world famous pop group. The latest additions to Bee Gees way were officially opened by Barry Gibb on September 11, 2015.
Tempest Seafood Restaurant and Teppanyaki Grill offers sensational seafood straight off the trawlers, and spectacular water views.
The Bribie Paniyiri is a festival to showcase Greek culture to the wider community.
For almost a decade, the Red Hot Summer Tour has been smashing records across regional Australia, bringing some of the biggest names in Australian music to Queensland.