Things To Do
Popular seaside towns dot the coastline north and south of the Brisbane River mouth. To the north, Sandgate, Brighton and Shorncliffe are buzzing suburbs with charming beaches, cute cafes, hip bars, historic architecture and the iconic Shonrcliffe Pier to explore. To the south, Wynnum features a tidal wading pool and waterpark for children, and Manly is home to the southern hemisphere's largest marina, which is filled with magnificent yachts.
The bayside stretch made up of Shorncliffe, Sandgate and Brighton on Brisbane’s northside, a 25-minute drive from the CBD, has the seaside village thing down pat.
Combine seafood, shopping and seaside activities and you have yourself an exciting, jam-packed weekend in Brisbane’s southern bayside.
Brisbane's bayside suburbs of Sandgate, Brighton, Shorncliffe, Wynnum and Manly are a recreational playground that are also rich in dining venues.
Shake it at your own pace in this simple, low impact fitness class for active older adults and low fitness participants.
Can you dig it? The historic Wynnum Wading Pool has been transformed into a beach volleyball venue for winter! Try it for free from 7 July until 19 August.
The Moreton Bay Fishing Classic is designed to be fun for everyone while promoting responsible resource conservation and environment fishing practice.
This event is a part of Brisbane City Council's Bands in Parks program.
Concert featuring acclaimed guitarist and composer Michael Fix.
Sandcliffe Writers' Festival is a boutique literary arts event, home to North Brisbane’s Bayside, held over three days in two venues. They've been crafting festivals that showcase Indigenous and Non-Indigenous wordsmiths since 2013.
A fair for the young at heart... Come and join in the all the fun of the Doll and Teddy Bear Fair!
Get out your grass skirt or Hawaiian shirt and jump on board Micat for a tropical cruise up the Brisbane River. They are expecting a record turn out again this year with fantastic music, delicious food and of course loads of fun.
Following on from the Quad Series, the team will now shift its focus to the Constellation Cup, in which it will first face New Zealand at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
Carl Barron Drinking With a Fork