Grab your best summer look and high-res camera because the sunflowers have bloomed in South East Queensland.
North of Brisbane, the Moreton Bay Region is a massive area with a super scenic hinterland, and a bayside of little seaside towns. Stitch these two drives together for a weekend of activity, or go exploring for the day.
On any summer day in Brisbane there are two options: sit under the air conditioner, or head out and explore. Choose the latter and explore the Brisbane region this summer.
So you’ve landed at Brisbane airport, now what? You’ve got to get out of there somehow and there are heaps of options.
The beautiful and picturesque Tamborine Mountain has a rich history and its fair share of food and wine experiences. Pack a camera, you’ll be needing it.
While in the region, take the opportunity to taste the fruits of the Scenic Rim at its cafes, restaurants and bars.
Taste food and wine from the Scenic Rim at this festival of farm tours, cooking classes, producer dinners, pop-up cafes and other free or low-cost activities.
Take the road less travelled and explore the hidden pockets of nature and history surrounding Brisbane on one of the many scenic drives in the region.
Wine lovers, prepare to charge your glasses as you set forth on Somerset’s wine trail. Six cellar doors scattered through the valley each spruik their own expertly pressed offering.
If you haven’t the time to throw out a line and catch your own lunch or dinner, here’s a guide on where to get a feed in the area.