Moreton Bay Region Visitor Information Guide 2018

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Moreton Bay Region Visitor & Events Guide

Sunshine Coast Airport


Sunshine Coast Caloundra


Beerburrum State Forest

Bellthorpe State Forest

Luttons State Forest

Peachester State Forest

Glass House Mountains

Glass House Mountains National Park

Sandy Creek


Stoney Creek

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Beerburrum West State Forest

Beerburrum West State Forest D’Aguilar

Mount Archer

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Bribie Island State Forest

Delaneys Creek

Lake Wivenhoe

Bribie Island Delaneys Creek State Forest

Mount Mee State Forest




Mount Mee Lookout

Mount Mee

Falls Lookout



Campbells Pocket

The Gantry

Sandstone Point


Woorim Beach


D’Aguilar National Park

Ocean View




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Mount Byron

Bribie Island National Park


Mount Delaney

Somerset Lookout

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Glass House Mountains Lookout


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Bellthorpe National Park

Mount Kilcoy

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Mount Pleasant

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North Lakes

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Kobble Creek

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Suttons Beach

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North Pine River


Mount Samson

Wivenhoe Lookout


Bee Gees Way Mango Hill Hays Inlet

Lake Kurwongbah Kallangur

Hornibrook Bridge

Cedar Creek Falls Dundas

Lake Wivenhoe

Mount Glorious

D’Aguilar National Park

Cedar Creek

Eatons Hill Albany Creek

Westbridge Lookout

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Jollys Lookout Camp Mountain

Chermside Everton Park

Brisbane Airport

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Bunyaville Conservation Park

Samford Valley

Wivenhoe Pocket

D’Aguilar R ange

Lake Manchester


Mount Coot-Tha

Mt. Coot-Tha Lookout

Gold Coast



Moreton Bay Tourist Drive

Redcliffe 2 Moreton Ferry Line


Point of interest

Hinterland Drive

Moreton Bay Region Loop

Information Centre

Patroled Beach

Train Line


State Forest/National Park

M1 Route Marker

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Contents Events and Festivals .......................................4 Family Fun ......................................................6 Local Tastes ......................................................8 Bayside ......................................................10-25 Arts and Entertainment ................................26 Heritage and Culture ....................................28 Shopping and Markets ..................................30 Sports and Leisure .........................................32 Woorim Beach

Hinterland ................................................34-41 Romance and Weddings ...............................42

Welcome to Moreton Bay Region

Visitor Information .......................................44 Advertising Directory ....................................46

Nestled between the Sunshine Coast and Queensland’s capital Brisbane, Moreton Bay Region is ready to offer you the best of all worlds with a laidback bayside lifestyle, world-class events calendar and quirky hinterland villages. Famous for its diversity, create your own Moreton Bay Region “bucket list” and

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discover the wonders of this enchanting region. Journey along the road less travelled to peaceful seaside towns and rural communities, each boasting a distinctly unique character. Throughout this guide you’ll find places to soak up the sun at pristine beaches, cool off in hidden swimming holes, hike national parks, feast on

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Rockhampton Bundaberg Sunshine Coast Brisbane

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Moreton Bay Bugs, discover your own secret fishing spot and savour the natural beauty around every corner. Experience the vibrant culture of music, art and creative industries, admire local handiwork at quaint markets, art studios and galleries, check out world-famous tourist attractions and celebrate year-round entertainment

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with the region’s vibrant events calendar.


Enjoy the hospitality of cosy rainforest retreats, friendly B&B’s and luxury


oceanfront resorts, experience culinary delights and fresh local produce,

and get to know the locals; they are waiting to meet you!

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Events and Festivals If there’s one thing the Moreton Bay Region knows how to do well – it’s hosting some of the biggest, best and most unique events and festivals in the country.

Woodford Folk Festival



Redcliffe KiteFest

Abbey Medieval Festival

With a packed calendar of events all year round, there is something for everyone to enjoy. From major festivals, sporting competitions, arts and cultural celebrations, live music and concerts through to an array of familyfriendly and community events staged around the Moreton Bay Region.

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Family Fun You’ll be spoilt for choice with an abundance of family-friendly fun in the Moreton Bay Region.

Centenary Lakes

Pine Rivers Park



Ironbark Gully, Samford Conservation Park

Osprey House Environmental Centre

If you’re looking for the best places in the Moreton Bay Region to explore with your kids, you’ll find there’s plenty of attractions, museums and other activities to plan a great family holiday.

On a Budget Moreton Bay Region is the perfect family holiday destination that won’t break the bank. With plenty of free and low-cost attractions and activities, as well as affordable accommodation and childfriendly restaurants and cafes, your budget will take you from the bayside to the hinterland. Make the most of the region’s beaches, playgrounds, creeks and national parks. To stretch your dollar even further, pack a picnic or utilise the many free public barbeques throughout the region. Splash about at Settlement Cove Lagoon in Redcliffe, play at Pine Rivers Park or pick delicious strawberries during winter in Wamuran - the choice is yours!

Educational Fun Our slice of paradise boasts a number of attractions that make learning so much fun, the kids won’t even realise they’re doing it. If your kids love nature they can get up close to, and learn all about, the region’s fauna and flora at Osprey House Environmental Centre and Kumbartcho Sanctuary, or make new furry friends at one of the animal parks throughout the region. Meanwhile, there’s plenty of history to explore at the Caboolture War Plane Museum, Bribie Island Seaside Museum and Old Petrie Town. Venues showcase a range of interesting displays and interactive workshops.

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Local Tastes Delight in the diverse tastes of the Moreton Bay Region; home to exceptional local produce both from the bay and farms all year round.

Moreton Bay Bugs and Seafood Moreton Bay is the home of Moreton Bay Bugs and fresh seafood. Found on menus all over the world, the internationally renowned Moreton Bay Bugs are best eaten fresh where they are caught, right here in Moreton Bay. Head to Bribie Island or Scarborough to feast on the freshest and best seafood straight off the trawlers to outlets throughout the region.

Foodie Events

Bribie Island

The region dishes up some truly awesome gastronomic events throughout the year. Plan your trip to coincide with one of the culinaryinspired festivals including the inaugural Moreton Bay Food & Wine Festival, the annual Strawberry Festival and the popular Oyster Festival.

Strawberries More than 80% of Queensland’s strawberries grown right here Moreton Bay. There are a number of strawberry farms located in the region’s north where you can pick your very own fresh and juicy strawberries during the season (June – October) for a fun and delicious activity the whole family will love.




Jetty Lunch, Sandstone Point Hotel

Local Produce Moreton Bay Region is synonymous with fresh produce and has attracted some of the country’s finest chefs who transform the locally-sourced produce into mouth-watering culinary delights. Home to a wide-range of fantastic places to wine and dine, you will be spoilt for choice waiting to be discovered with beautiful restaurants in rainforest settings, quaint cafes, historic country pubs, value for money experiences and casual beachfront dining options. Sample fresh local specialities and stock up the picnic basket on your

Ocean View Estates

leisurely drive through the region as you pass roadside stalls selling seasonal produce from nearby farms and at weekly farmers’ markets. Boasting some of the best coffee shops in the country as well as a selection of boutique craft breweries and wineries, pull up a chair and enjoy the local specialities, participate in a guided tour or take a taste of Moreton Bay Region home with you.

Discover more For more foodie events and places to sample fresh produce online at

Oyster Festival


Bayside Moreton Bay is an aquatic playground, boasting pristine beaches and waterways for lazy days in the sun or fun-filled adventures on and in the water.




Red Beach, Bribie Island

Beaches For a refreshing holiday to beat the heat, look no further than the beaches of Moreton Bay. Spoiling visitors for choice, there’s an abundance of sandy stretches to choose from at the popular holiday destinations around Bribie Island and Redcliffe. Whether you want to ride the waves or feel safe and relaxed at a patrolled beach with soft white sand, you’ll find your very own picture-perfect spot to soak up the sun. Please remember to swim between the red and yellow flags.

Dog-Friendly Beaches No family holiday would be complete without your fourlegged-friend, so grab the leash and head to Moreton Bay Region to check out the coastal stretches that are dog friendly. Red Beach on Bribie Island or the southern end of Beachmere Beach during low tide are two of the most popular off-leash dog beaches. They are also perfect for a family day out. Find more dog-friendly places for your furry friend at


Adventure on the Water Satisfy your thirst for adventure and get your adrenaline fix in Moreton Bay’s aquatic playground perfect for water sport enthusiasts.

Image Credit: Moreton Bay Jet Ski Hire & Ride

Bongaree, Bribie Island



Image Credit: Aeropower Flight School

Jet Skiing in Pumicestone Passage

There’s plenty of ways to explore Moreton Bay’s underwater paradise. Dive deep with oxygen tanks strapped to your back or paddle just below the surface while snorkelling. If you prefer to stay on top of the water, you can engage in some adrenaline pumping water-based activities the region has to offer including surfing, jet skiing and kiteboarding. If you just want to cruise, grab yourself a kayak, pedal boat, stand up paddle board, or enjoy a scenic boat ride and be treated to sensational views.

By Air For a truly heart-stopping adventure, take on a skydive at 14,000 ft, enjoy a scenic joy flight by helicopter, or unleash your inner daredevil and brave an open-air cockpit ride in a Tiger Moth and experience a truly breathtaking panoramic view of Moreton Bay.

Bribie Island Surf School


Boating and Fishing If you love everything from boating to fishing, Moreton Bay Region has you covered!

Pumicestone Passage



Well regarded as a fishing paradise, Moreton Bay Region boasts some of the best kept secret places to visit in Queensland for fishing aficionados, with hundreds of hot spots to drop a line in the water between Bribie

Fishing Hot Spots:

Island and Bramble Bay.

Moreton Bay Marine Park

For a lazy day out in the sun, cast a line off the Redcliffe or Woody Point

The waters between Moreton Island and the mainland provide

Jetty, or head to Pumicestone Passage and relax whiling the hours away

some of Australia’s best fishing spots and ideal fishing conditions.

and if you’re lucky you might just take away a decent catch of flathead

You can launch into the marine park from a number of locations

and whiting during high tide.

throughout Redcliffe and Deception Bay.

Although not vital to a successful day fishing, a boat can certainly

Pumicestone Passage

improve your chances of a great catch. The calm waters of Moreton Bay are ideal for boating and with plenty of boat ramps to explore this marine sanctuary, discovering your very own hidden fishing spot is easy.

Pumicestone Passage is teeming with fish throughout the year and is an important breeding ground for fish, crabs and prawns. Bongaree Jetty is a popular fishing spot, you can also drop your

If you don’t have your own boat, there are a number of hire services

line in one of the canals and along the passage side as well as

available to hire a boat or join a charter and take the family on a fishing

the ocean side of the island.


Lake Samsonvale Lake Samsonvale’s fish stocks are maintained, so there’s always plenty of bites. You’ll find Spangled Perch, Snub-Nosed Garfish, Golden Perch, Silver Perch, Eastern Freshwater Cod, Saratoga, Red Claw Crayfish and Australian Bass. A fishing permit is required.

Caboolture River With four boat ramps located either side of the river it’s easy to access. Catch a variety of freshwater and saltwater fish including: Mangrove Jack, Bass, Tarpon, Bream, Flathead, Silver Perch and Mullet upstream, while closer to the river’s mouth you’ll encounter Mud Crabs and Winter Whiting. For more information go to Hornibrook Bridge, Clontarf

*Please note permits may apply. Green zones are enforced in some areas.

Bongaree Beach, Bribie Island


Marine Life Home to an array of ocean life, Moreton Bay is the perfect destination to go whale watching, snorkelling and much more.

Whales in the bay



Dolphin Wild Cruises

Brisbane Whale Watching

Between June and November each year over 18,000 humpback whales travel north along the east coast of Australia as part of their migration. Moreton Bay offers the perfect vantage point to catch a glimpse of these majestic marine mammals. Whale watching cruises depart from Redcliffe Jetty daily during whale season. It’s a must-do experience for any visitor to the region! A number of tour operators also run regular eco-cruises which let you observe marine wildlife in their natural habitat of Pumicestone Passage and Moreton Bay Marine Park, with the opportunity to see dolphins, dugongs, turtles, birds, ospreys, sea eagles, pelicans and more.

Get Social If you spot marine life, make sure you take a pic and share it using #visitmoretonbayregion


Redcliffe Peninsula Relax and soak up the leisurely atmosphere of this seaside village and discover its historical charm.

Settlement Cove Lagoon

In recent years Redcliffe has blossomed into a vibrant beach holiday destination with its own thriving local identity. A perfect family holiday destination with calm, kid-friendly beaches and a range of accommodation options to suit every budget, there’s so much to see and do in Redcliffe for the young and young at heart. Stroll along the beachfront esplanade of Scarborough and Redcliffe where you’ll find trendy sidewalk cafés, alfresco restaurants, an array of eclectic retail stores and popular tourist attractions in and out of the water. If you are looking for entertainment, there’s no shortage in Redcliffe with a bustling events calendar, thriving nightlife and popular Sunday markets at the jetty.

Redcliffe Parade



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Spend Sunday morning strolling through the famous Redcliffe Jetty Markets

Visit Bee Gees Way, the outdoor exhibition honouring the Gibb brothers

Take a dip in Settlement Cove Lagoon

Fly a kite at the world-famous Redcliffe KiteFest

Enjoy fish and chips on the beach

Pick up a seaside trinket at one of the boutique stores or vintage shops

BBQ beside the sea at Suttons Beach

Spend Good Friday at Redcliffe Festival of Sails

Check out the history of the HMQS Gayundah Wreck

Sample fresh seafood at Scarborough

Catch a show at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre

Pay a visit to the infamous Gollum Tree at Scarborough Beach

History and Culture The Redcliffe Peninsula has a rich and illustrious history, beginning as the first settlement city of Queensland in 1824. This bayside community has been home to a string of iconic people and events throughout history. Find out more about Redcliffe’s past at the Redcliffe Museum. Check out for upcoming exhibitions.

Bee Gees Way Honouring the world famous pop group; Bee Gees Way is a free outdoor multi-media exhibition located in the heart of the Redcliffe Seaside Village. Celebrating the Gibb brothers’ phenomenal musical career and their links to Redcliffe, this famous walkway was developed in conjunction with Barry Gibb. Gollum Tree, Scarborough

It features life-sized statues of the brothers, photographs, personal stories and reflections and never before seen home movie footage. Light shows set to music play every half hour each night between 7pm and 9.30pm. For more information visit

Events and Festivals Redcliffe has a thriving events calendar hosting some of the biggest events and festivals in Australia, all making the most of the spectacular Moreton Bay backdrop. Events include the popular Moreton Bay Food & Wine Festival, Redcliffe KiteFest, Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run, Redcliffe Festival of Sails, triathlons and many more. Check out for upcoming Bee Gees Way

events in Redcliffe.


Bribie Island As the only island in Queensland connected to the mainland by bridge, exploring all the natural beauty of Bribie Island is a breeze.

Woorim Beach

With its carefree lifestyle, stunning beaches, national parks, coastal camping experiences, encircled by the magnificent Pumicestone Passage; Bribie Island offers an island escape popular with families, camping enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

Bribie Beaches This island paradise boasts a long stretch of surf shoreline and a calm protected coastline, offering the best of both worlds for beach lovers. For surfside fun and access to long, white sandy stretches of four-wheel driving areas, head to the popular Woorim Beach on the eastern side of the island. The protected western side of the island features family favourites; Bongaree and Bellara Beach.



Bongaree Jetty

Woorim Beach

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Build a sandcastle at one of Bribie’s famous white sandy beaches

Brush up on your history at Bribie Island Seaside Museums


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Play a round at one of Queensland’s best golf courses

Cast off at Bongaree Jetty

Catch waves or learn to surf at Brisbane’s closest patrolled surf beach

Take the whole family, including the canine variety to Red Beach

Enjoy fresh oysters or live music at Sandstone Point Hotel; Australia’s Best Hotel

Jet ski, kayak or enjoy a tour through the pristine Pumicestone Passage

Cruise along the beach in a 4WD to secluded campsites

Swim, cycle and run along Pumicestone Passage in one of Queensland’s most scenic triathlons

Image Credit: Apollo Campers

Pumicestone Passage Steeped in history, rich in wildlife and natural beauty, the Pumicestone Passage is one of the world’s most ecologically important waterways and is the calm body of water that separates Bribie Island from the mainland of Queensland. Stretching 35 km, from Caloundra in the north to Deception Bay in the south, the passage is a spectacular waterway that offers a sheltered recreational area perfect for water sports, and is one of Australia’s most important bird and marine habitats, home to more than 350 species of birdlife, dugong, dolphins and turtles.


Bribie Island National Park Escape the city hustle and bustle to an island paradise and wake up to the sound of crashing waves.



Ocean Beach, Woorim

Bribie Island National Park is the perfect destination for campers, 4WD lovers, fishing enthusiasts and families wanting to get back to nature. Take your 4WD and feel refreshed by the salt air as you tour the beautiful expanse of beach, stopping to cool off in freshwater lagoons, or to throw your reel in to try and catch dinner. Keep an eye out for turtles on the beach while you 4WD – they also play on the island! Enjoy a variety of coastal camping experiences – some areas are only accessible by high clearance 4WD, others only by boat.

Camping areas accessible by 4WD Gallagher Point Located on the western side of the island, enjoy views over Pumicestone Passage towards the Glass House Mountains and Toorbul. This camping area offers a limited number of bush camping sites, with no toilets or other facilities provided. Campers are encouraged to bring self-contained portable toilets.

Poverty Creek Located on the western side of the island, the adjoining picnic area overlooks Pumicestone Passage and views of the Glass House Mountains and

Ocean Beach Camping Area, Woorim

Donnybrook. This large camping area has open grassy sites and shady trees, and includes sites suitable for camper trailers and group camping. Toilets, screened cold showers, water taps, picnic tables and fireplaces are provided.

Ocean Beach The designated camping area is 16 km north of the beach access point on North Street, Woorim. Camp sites just behind the dunes are accessible from defined track entrances. Toilets, screened cold showers and water taps are provided at the camping area. Fires are permitted.

Camping areas accessible by boat Secluded campsites are provided at Mission Point for campers arriving by boat. Toilets, a screen cold shower, water tap, picnic tables and fire rings are available. Ocean Beach Camping Area, Woorim

Need to Know... Camping and vehicle access permits are required when entering Bribie Island National Park. Purchase your 4WD and campsite permits before you head to Bribie Island to avoid disappointment. Head online to for more information. Ocean Beach, Woorim


Moreton Island Marvel in the natural beauty and idyllic landscape of this sundrenched slice of paradise.



Bulwer Shipwrecks

Mount Tempest


The third largest sand island in the world, Moreton Island is a versatile escape offering something for every holiday maker. Whether you take the whole family, escape on a romantic getaway, have a lazy trip or seek an adrenaline packed adventure, Moreton Island has something for everyone.

Getting There Getting to this slice of paradise is easy! Before your island adventure has even began, delight in the coastal journey across Moreton Bay and take in the sparkling views. Enjoy a scenic ferry ride from Redcliffe Peninsula and arrive at the island paradise in less than hour. Hire a boat and make your own way to the island without the need for a permit. Or book a tour and let the experts take care of everything, planning an all-inclusive trip.

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Camp beachside in the National Park or try a touch of outdoor luxury with a glamping experience

Take a stroll to Cape Moreton Lighthouse and take in the panoramic views

Grab a body-board and toboggan down the massive dunes to get the adrenaline pumping

Trek around the island on a 4WD scenic tour

Rejuvenate with a swim in the freshwater Blue Lagoon located in the centre of the island

Hire some snorkelling gear or a kayak and explore the spectacular shipwrecks dotted around the island

Take in an aerial view of the spectacular island on a scenic flight adventure

Catch some waves and enjoy surfing on the East side of the island

Cast a line in one of the greatest fishing spots in Queensland and enjoy the serenity

Marvel in the underwater glory of Flinders Reef on a scuba dive trip


Arts and Entertainment There’s no denying the diversity of live music, art and entertainment attractions just waiting to be discovered in Moreton Bay Region.

Redcliffe Cultural Centre

Art Galleries

Caboolture Regional Art Gallery

Moreton Bay Region proudly boasts a number of art galleries dotted throughout the community, showcasing the work of local artists inspired by the landscape, wildlife, history, community and spirituality of the diverse region. Ever changing collections ensure you can visit many times, knowing each visit will offer a new collection to discover. Visit for more information.

Public Art Throughout the region, a number of artworks and art pieces are located on public land. Self-guided tours lead visitors through public art collections, showcasing the people and history of the area. Integrated into local streetscapes, the artworks

Windows of Woodford Art Trail

express a local dialogue between nature, culture and people. For tour maps go to

Caboolture Hub The stunning Caboolture Hub is a world class and award-winning venue featuring modern technology and sophisticated contemporary design. The Hub is a thriving community meeting space, and a destination experience for any visitor, housing the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery with four outstanding exhibition spaces, gallery shop, creative studios, library, learning and business centre and cafĂŠ. For more information go to 26


Caboolture Regional Art Gallery

Eatons Hill Hotel

Sandstone Point Hotel

Eatons Hill Hotel Gracefuly situated on the slopes of Eatons Hill is Australia’s largest and most exciting hotel complex. Inducted into the ‘Hall of Fame’ for Best Entertainment Venue in Australia, this premier entertainment mecca is home to a packed calendar of annual events, concerts and festivals featuring the biggest acts in the world.

Redcliffe Cultural Centre Redcliffe Cultural Centre plays host to touring productions, comedy shows, movies, musicals, conferences, and a variety of arts activities. The centre hosts the Stage Door Gallery which is an exceptional art viewing space showcasing works by local artists as well as housing the Cue Café offering an array of delicious treats to enjoy before or after the show. For upcoming shows visit

Sandstone Point Hotel Located at Sandstone Point overlooking the pristine waters of Pumicestone Passage and Moreton Bay, this award winning establishment is a premier outdoor concert and festival venue, home to exciting annual events each year including the Strawberry Festival and Oyster Festival.


Heritage and Culture You won’t have to look too hard or go far to explore the region’s fascinating history or enjoy a unique cultural experience.

WWII Bunker, Bribie Island

Interactive museums, memorials, trails and collections piece together the stories

tell a story of a bygone era, with many of the historical buildings and arcades

of the past, bringing to life the indigenous and pioneering origins of the region, as

restored to their original grace and still used today. For self-guided audio

well as highlighting the important points in history which have shaped the world.

tours and trail maps go to

Museums Moreton Bay Region has a rich and unique history, and a visit to a local museum provides an ideal opportunity for young and old to learn about times gone by.


Abbey Museum of Art & Archaeology Explore Australia’s largest collection of medieval artefacts and antiques, with a collection spanning over 500,000 years of civilisation featuring

A treasure house of world history, antiquities displayed in the Moreton Bay

more than 4,000 objects on display. You can enjoy the museum on your

Region span 500,000 years of civilization. From Egyptian and medieval

own or join a guided tour. Experience medieval life for yourself each

artifacts to Penal Settlement and 20th century sport memorabilia, the region

July at the Abbey Medieval Festival, the biggest medieval festival in the

has a diversity of cultural experiences waiting to be explored.

Southern Hemisphere.

Heritage Trails and Walking Tours

HMQS Gayundah Shipwreck

Self-guided heritage trails and walking tours are a fantastic way to get out

The HMQS Gayundah, one of the most iconic Moreton Bay shipwrecks is

into the fresh air and explore the beauty and history of the region. You’ll find

located at Woody Point along the Redcliffe Peninsula. It is one of the most

the present pays homage to the past in every town. The modern streetscapes

visible beached ships in Queensland, with an interesting story to tell.


HMQS Gayundah Shipwreck

Caboolture Historical Village

The Gantry

Caboolture Historical Village With over a century of local history on display, Caboolture Historical

Abbey Museum of Art & Archeology

Village is a must see attraction with a massive collection of over 110,00 historical items restored and displayed within more than 70 buildings in a pioneer village setting covering 12 acres. See demonstrations of historical skills, train rides, historic homes, and antique machinery.

First Settlement Redcliffe, Queensland’s first settlement city, has a rich and varied history. The settlement of Redcliffe (so named because of the distinctive red cliff faces) by the early Europeans was directly linked to Australia’s convict heritage. Situated on the edge of Moreton Bay, Redcliffe was considered to be the best location for a new northern penal settlement. Local museums and art galleries pay tribute to Redcliffe’s history.


Shopping and Markets Indulge in some retail therapy and find out for yourself why Moreton Bay Region is a ‘must do’ destination for shoppers.

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IKEA North Lakes

Retail therapy Your visit will be complete with some retail therapy in the eclectic mix of unique and locally operated boutiques, collectables, trendy fashion labels and specialty stores. The region is also home to the bustling retail precincts of North Lakes, Strathpine, Morayfield and Caboolture, where you will find some of Australia’s biggest brands and world-class shopping experiences such as Westfield shopping centre and IKEA, both located in North Lakes.

Local Farmers Markets

Markets From fresh produce to artisan markets and everything in between, Moreton Bay Region boasts many wonderful weekend markets. Discover the best of both worlds with markets set in picturesque country or waterside locations. For market dates and locations check out

Market Bucket List •

Redcliffe Jetty Markets, Redcliffe

Old Petrie Town, Petrie

Artisan Markets, Samford Commons

Caboolture Country Markets, Caboolture

Woodford Lions Country Markets, Woodford

North Lakes Farmers Markets, North Lakes


Sport and Leisure If you take your health and fitness seriously, there is no better place than Moreton Bay Region to test your limits, keep fit while on holidays or catch a sporting game.

Dolphin Stadium

Golf For your next visit to the region, don’t forget to pack your clubs and head to one of the many golf courses throughout Moreton Bay Region. You’ll be spoilt for choice with a selection of world-class champion courses and some of the most scenic courses in the country. You’ll find the perfect spot to work on your swing, whether you’re a seasoned golfer or just a social player.

Fun in the Sun There are countless ways of getting outdoors and having fun in the sun while on holidays in the Moreton Bay Region. Whether you want to ride a bike along the foreshore, make your way through spectacular rainforest along national park walking trails, splash about in one of the many aquatic centres or take part in some beach yoga, there’s hours of fitness fun to be Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club



had with amazing scenery to make you forget you’re breaking a sweat.

Lake Kurwongbah

Lake Eden, North Lakes

Sporting Events Home to a calendar of iconic sporting events including the annual Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run and the Bribie Triathlon Series, there’s no more picturesque location to run, cycle and swim your way onto the leader board. Time your visit to coincide with a sporting event and stay a little longer to enjoy some much needed R & R. If spectating is more your type of sport, don your red and white to watch the Dolphins tackle the competition in the impressive Dolphin Stadium all year round or support many of the local clubs throughout the Somerset Trail



Hinterland Discover the magic of the Moreton Bay Region Hinterland filled with national parks and forests, spectacular views, secret swimming holes, quirky villages and charming hospitality. You’ll be forgiven for feeling like a world away in the hinterland with its peace and tranquillity.

Mt Glorious



Mt Mee Lookout

Bunya Crossing Reserve

Culture and Events Moreton Bay Region Hinterland is a hub of creative and cultural activities, a place where you’ll find niche art and craft stores, markets, historical and art trails, museums, galleries, live music cafÊs and unique gift shops. The hinterland comes alive with cultural and musical celebrations throughout the year. The world-famous Woodford Folk Festival is held in the small country town of Woodford attracting thousands of visitors each year to welcome in the New Year. Other popular events include Dayboro Day Festival and Antiques & Collectables Fair, Lunar New Year, The Planting Festival, local shows and an abundance of arts and craft and fresh produce markets throughout the hinterland.

Woodford Folk Festival


Camping and Caravanning With a relaxed, Queensland vibe, glorious weather, wide open spaces, mountains, creeks, bays and many amazing beaches; Moreton Bay Region is ideal for holidaying with camping options in plentiful supply to suit the outdoors and nature lovers.

Image Credit: Adria Caravans

Whether you rough it in a swag or glamp in an RV, enjoy a spot of fishing or prefer an off road 4WD adventure, Moreton Bay Region has you covered.

Bay and Beach Camping With water frontage to Bramble Bay, Moreton Bay, Deception Bay, Pumicestone Passage and Coral Sea, Moreton Bay Region offers bay, channel and beach camping experiences for retired nomads as well as families. Great for fishing, boating and swimming enthusiasts, many camping hotspots are close to boat ramps,

Image Credit: Cheapa Campers

jetties and marshlands.

Bush Camping

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The region has a number of bush camping options available from privately owned properties to walk-in only Queensland National Park camping grounds, ideal for the mountain adventurer. Surrounded by Beerburrum State Forest, Mt Mee State Forest, D’Aguilar State Forest and Mount Nebo, our region’s bush camping areas are a fun way to get in touch with nature, offering hiking trails to explore, rock pools to cool off in and numerous bird watching opportunities. Some of these camp grounds are only accessible via a scenic 4WD approach through beautiful mountain ranges suiting rugged adventuring spirits!



D’Aguilar National Park

Neurum Creek Bush Retreat

Showgrounds If you’re stopping into Moreton Bay Region during your lifetime trip to Cape York or just looking for a local spot to pull over and spend a few nights while you explore the region during the day, then the local showgrounds may be the solution for you. With wide grassed areas and clean facilities, several of Moreton Bay Region’s local show societies offer the caravanning community a great solution for affordable short stays, outside of the annual show period.

Caravan Parks Whether you seek a quick getaway, an affordable family break or an epic caravanning adventure up the East Coast of Australia, the Moreton Bay Region caravan parks will form a fond part of your holiday memories. Equipped with modern facilities, blessed with prime locations and designed to have all the expected amenities, the Moreton Bay Region is a caravanning mecca. You’ll find them at Bells Caravan Park - Clontarf, Bongaree Caravan Park - Bongaree, Donnybrook Caravan Park - Donnybrook and Toorbul Caravan Park - Toorbul.

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National Parks Discover secluded swimming holes to cool off in, enjoy panoramic views at a number of great lookouts, take a leisurely walk through the scribbly gums and lush rainforest, or get off the beaten track and explore national parks by 4WD or horseback.

Horse and Mountain Bike Riding A leisurely ride on horseback or on mountain bike is a great way to explore the national parks of the Moreton Bay Region. Both are permitted on certain forest trails.

Bush Walking With a wide range of walking trails for bushwalkers of all abilities, many of the walking tracks are classified, particularly in the D’Aguilar National Park. Ranging from easy for a leisurely stroll to

Bunyaville State Forest

intermediate and advanced for more experienced hikers.

Enjoy the Views You’ll be spoilt for choice with spectacular views from lookouts throughout the region, most notably Somerset (entry via The Gantry) and Falls Lookout located in D’Aguilar National Park.

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Cedar Creek, Samford

Rocky Hole, D’Aguilar National Park

Bellthorpe National Park

Rocky Hole, Mt Mee A must-do item on the Moreton Bay Region bucket list! Relax and refresh beside this stunning waterfall or cool off in the picturesque swimming hole etched into the natural contours of Mount Mee’s granite filled gullies surrounded by open eucalypt forest.

Bunya Crossing Reserve Swimming Hole Backing onto the beautiful Bunyaville State Forest Park, the swimming hole caters for all ages and different activities including swimming, kayaking or fishing.

Camping Get back to basics and enjoy bush camping in D’Aguilar National Park. Campers can stay at Neurum Creek or the more remote Archer campground (4WD access only). Camping permits are required.

4WD Bellthorpe National Park, a short drive from Woodford boasts some of the best 4WD tracks through beautiful eucalypt and rainforests as well as bush walking. You can access the park from three primary entry points throughout the region.


Hinterland Tourist Drive Escape the city hustle and bustle! Buckle up and experience the picturesque Moreton Bay Hinterland on a self-drive adventure.

Samford to Woodford Begining your route from Brisbane, head towards Samford Road in Enoggera (following Tourist Route 22). Drive north-west along Samford Road for a picturesque getaway to Samford, Dayboro and Woodford. If you’re coming from the Sunshine Coast, then you can tackle this road trip in reverse, starting at Woodford and finishing in Samford.

Samford Valley Dayboro

A 15km drive brings you to the small country town of Samford Valley, home to a galore of tucked away foodie havens, and well-known for many niche art and craft stores, heritage walks, railway themed park and the family-favourite Cedar Creek rock pools with spectacular waterfalls. Make sure you stop and explore!

Historic Dayboro Continuing north is the charming town of Dayboro, steeped in rural Aussie history and cultural influences. To find out more about this town, a stop at The Dayboro District Historical Society within Dayboro Cottage on your way to the markets is a must do! Just next door sits the Hay Cottage Arts and Crafts Association, and nearby you’ll find the Dayboro Art Gallery. Samford Valley

Woodford Leaving Dayboro, follow Mount Mee Road (Tourist Route 58) towards Ocean View, passing beautiful venues, (it’s no wonder this is a hot spot for weddings) and unique accommodation, until you reach the small country town of Woodford, famous for the Woodford Folk Festival and its yesteryear charm. With quaint nostalgic buildings, quirky shops, fantastic eateries and unique shopping, along with a heritage railway and historical museum that proudly testify to the region’s diverse past, there’s plenty to see and do in Woodford all year round, not just during the Woodford Folk Festival.


Hit the Road Turn to the map on page 2 for more nearby points of interest along your journey. For more tourist drives and itineraries head to



North Moreton Bay Tourist Drive Take the coastal route along one of South East Queensland’s most iconic drives.

Brisbane to Bramble Bay Travel north from Brisbane along the M1 Motorway onto State Route 27 and through the charming town of Sandgate. Crossing over the Houghton Highway Bridge you’ll soon forget you’re only 22 km from the CBD as you take in expansive views over the bay to Moreton Island and the Glass House Mountains to the north-west. For those who like to rise early, Hornibrook Bridge is one of the region’s best locations to wet a line, catch a feed and meet the local fishermen.

Clontarf Leaving the bridge, follow the distinct dugong road signs towards Clontarf (a nod to the abundant dugong population which can often be seen frolicking in the bay). The aptly named Pelican Park is ideal for little ones to fly a kite or for

Margate Beachside

lazy seaside picnics with its open green spaces. You can also catch the friendly volunteers who check the local pelicans each day at 10am.

Woody Point Watch avid kitesurfers and sailboats as they pass by Woody Point Jetty on the southern most tip of the Redcliffe Peninsula. A short walk along the cliffside ocean pathway leads to the historic HMQS Gayundah Shipwreck and is worth stretching your legs for.

Make a splash at Settlement Cove Lagoon Follow the coastline stretching along the picturesque Margate Beach and make a stop at Settlement Cove Lagoon. This tropical lagoon boats kids waterpark, picnic tables and loads of fun for the family.

Redcliffe Seaside Village Just around the bend lies the heart of Redcliffe. Time your trip on a Sunday and take in the vibrant sights and sounds of the Redcliffe Jetty Markets. Catch a show at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre or relax and enjoy live music while dining alfresco at one of the trendy seaside cafes overlooking the water.

Redcliffe to Scarborough Continue north along the Peninsula through streets lined with ancient Norfolk Pine Trees paying homage to the region’s first European settlement. Pelican Park, Clontarf

Scarborough has long been renowned as one of the best spots to pick up fresh seafood near Brisbane. Straight from the trawler come Moreton Bay Bugs and under-the-sea delicacies best consumed at one of the fine dining marina restaurants or cooked up on one of the free oceanfront bbqs.


Romance and Weddings Whether you’re wanting to spoil your special someone, pop the question or say “I do”, the Moreton Bay Region offers a variety of romantic settings over the rolling hills or by the ocean.



Say “I do” Whether you’re dreaming of a rustic wedding in the hinterland or a breezy, relaxed beach wedding, the Moreton Bay Region has the perfect spot to say “I do” for every style and budget. You’ll be spoilt for choice with various beautiful waterfront ceremony locations, picturesque golf clubs, lush gardens and parks, hilltop venues, romantic vineyards, quaint chapels, and beautifully appointed function rooms, catering to the most intimate or extravagant weddings. With nearby airports at Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, it’s easy for relatives to fly in and celebrate your special day.

Tying the knot in 2018? Simply flip the booklet over for your comprehensive guide to weddings in the region or download your free copy of the Moreton Bay Region Wedding Guide from

Romantic Escapes If you’re looking for a way to show your significant other just how much they mean to you or perhaps the perfect spot to get down on bended knee – look no further than a romantic getaway in the Moreton Bay Region. Spend time together enjoying the hospitality at cosy rainforest retreats, friendly B&B’s or a luxury oceanfront resort. If you manage to tear yourself away from the comforts of your accommodation, be sure to make the most of any special occasion with a romantic meal for two, a sunset cruise, picnic with spectacular views or indulge in some pampering at a day spa. The Moreton Bay Region is a treasure trove of idyllic, romanitc escapes.


Mercure Clear Mountain Lodge


Getting Here Whether you’ve decided to take a self-drive tour up the East Coast of Queensland, or planning your first visit to Moreton Bay Region as a ‘must-see’ destination on your bucket list, we’ve got everything you need to know about Queensland’s best kept secret right here.

Mount Mee Lookout

Self Drive Conveniently located in the heart of South East Queensland, the Moreton Bay Region is the perfect destination for any self-drive tour, with some of Queensland’s most iconic visitor attractions just a short road trip away.

Brisbane Airport to… Strathpine ......................................... 27 mins North Lakes ...................................... 27 mins Redcliffe ............................................ 29 mins Samford Valley .................................. 37 mins Caboolture ........................................ 41 mins Dayboro ............................................ 44 mins Bribie Island ...................................... 54 mins Woodford .......................................... 57 mins

Caboolture to… Australia Zoo .................................... 27 mins Maleny .............................................. 41 mins Sunshine Coast Airport .................... 43 mins Eumundi Markets ............................. 47 mins Mapleton .......................................... 52 mins Noosa Heads ..................................... 65 mins

Melbourne and Adelaide with direct seasonal services to Auckland, New Zealand. Once you’ve arrived at either airport, getting to the region is easy with public transport, rental cars, and transfers available.

By Public Transport Getting to and around the Moreton Bay Region is easy using public transport, with bus stops

Somerset Dam .................................. 65 mins

and train stations scattered throughout the

*Driving times are indicative only and may vary depending on traffic and road conditions

area. Visit for information and to plan your journey.

By Air Although Moreton Bay Region doesn’t have its own airport, getting to the area once you’ve landed at either the Brisbane or Sunshine Coast Airport couldn’t be easier!

Redcliffe Peninsula Train Line

Brisbane Airport is the gateway to South East

Redcliffe to…


Queensland and is the closest international airport located 20 minutes south of the

Brisbane Entertainment Centre ...... 20 mins

Moreton Bay Region. The Airport operates both

Brisbane City .................................... 42 mins

international and domestic terminals.

South Bank ....................................... 42 mins

The Sunshine Coast Airport is less than

Surfers Paradise................................. 85 mins

operates multiple daily flights to Sydney,


45 minutes’ drive north of the region and

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Visitor Information Centres

Caboolture Visitor Information Centre

If you’re after a personal touch and some great recommendations from a local, make sure you check out any of the Visitor Information Centres in the Moreton Bay Region. The centres are hosted by friendly volunteers who are available to assist with information on tours, events, attractions, accommodation and can provide a range of local and regional brochures for the region.

Accredited Information Centres

Non Accredited Information Centres

Bribie Island Visitor Information Centre

Moreton Bay Hinterland Visitor Information Centre

Caboolture Community Information Centre

Benabrow Avenue, Bongaree

Archer Street, Woodford

55 King Street, Caboolture

Ph: (07) 3408 9026

Ph: (07) 5422 9900

Ph: (07) 5495 3122

Caboolture Historical Village Visitor Information Centre

Redcliffe Jetty Visitor Information Centre

Dayboro Visitor Information Centre

280 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture

Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe

27 Williams Street, Dayboro

Ph: (07) 5432 4423

Phone: (07) 3283 3577

Phone: (07) 3425 2032

Caboolture BP Visitor Information Centre

Pine Rivers Visitor Information Centre

BP North Travel Centre – Bruce Highway, Burpengary

Pine Rivers Park, Gympie Road, Strathpine

Ph: 1800 833 100

Ph: (07) 3205 4793

Clontarf Visitor Information Centre

Samford Visitor Information Centre

For toll free please call 1800 MORETON

Pelican Park, Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf

John Scott Park, Main Street, Samford

nearest Visitor Information Centre.

Ph: 1800 659 500

Ph: (07) 3289 6168

Handy Hint (1800 667 386) to be directed to your



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Located on Marine Parade across the road from Suttons Beach and surrounded by restaurants, cafes, shopping, entertainment, and recreational activities.

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Scarborough Beach Resort

Redvue Luxury Apartments offer a range of hotel-style rooms and apartments, some with ocean views. Facilities include a heated outdoor swimming pool, a professionally equipped fitness centre and a BBQ area.

With a variety of resort facilities, Scarborough Beach Resort offers quality and comfortable accommodation with a choice of studio rooms and 1, 2 and 3 bedroom fully self-contained apartments.

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Located in Redcliffe, A premier beachside oasis Just 25 minutes from Brisbane, central to Queensland’s capital and the Sunshine Coast.

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Accommodation La Vida on Anzac

41 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe W In the heart of Redcliffe, La Vida on Anzac offers spacious studios, one, two and three bedroom ’boutique’ apartments for your next holiday. Quote code: MB007 for special rate. E P 07 3897 4700

Holiday Stay Enjoy the tranquil surroundings, only a short walk to the beach

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Woorim Beach, Bribie Island

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Enjoy the golden sandy beaches or cruise the tranquil waters of the Pumicestone Marine Park. Catch a fish, enjoy a round of golf or simply relax and unwind.

Come and see the team at First National Bribie Island for all your real estate needs. With a large range of holiday houses and units in prices to suit all budgets. Permanent rentals and sales.

71 Welsby Parade Cnr Hall Ave Bongaree Bribie Island In the same location for over 50 years. Open 7 days a week Ph: 3408 1006 Email:

It’s so easy to enjoy the perfect island getaway and it’s all here on Bribie Island, so close to Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. See our website for special offers.

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Stay in our spacious self-contained waterfront apartments at On the Bay with Pool, Lift, WiFi and A/C. Easy stroll to cafes, clubs and shops.

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Best Western Plus North Lakes Hotel is a 46 room 4.5 star hotel complex offering corporate and private guests a high quality accommodation experience with various room configurations.

Our 150 seat Boardwalk Restaurant with tranquil lakeside views is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and with Westfield shopping and cinemas a short stroll away it offers guests a complete package.

Our 6 function and conference rooms and superior service make any event at Best Western Plus North Lakes Hotel worthy of consideration.

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Function and Conference rooms for 20 to 300 guests Audio visual and conceptual planning available Breakout areas and conference catering The Boardwalk Restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch & dinner (seating 150) Swimming pool Stroll or bike around the lake

Taking enquiries now - Opening in April 2018

07 3180 2888



Clear Mountain Lodge offers 51 rooms and suites providing peace and tranquility just 35 minutes from Brisbane. A welcome retreat from the city, the hotel is ideal for romantic getaways, weddings and business retreats. The hotel offers extensive conference facilities, on-site restaurants, Stephanies Mountain Spa, swimming pool, tennis court and vineyard.

564 Clear Mountain Road, Clear Mountain QLD 4500 07 3298 5100 | |





24hr Reception

Twin Rooms

Heated Pool

Interconnecting Rooms

FREE Secure Parking


FREE Domestic Calls

Hotel Bar, Lounge & Restaurant

FREE Foxtel Premium

Wireless High Speed Internet

Conferencing & events facilities Accessible Rooms Woolworths & Retail Services



P: 07 3325 6777 F: 07 3264 2666


Attractions and Activities - Tours and Travel

Moreton Island Eco Cruise & Wreck Snorkelling Tour Encounter dolphins, dugongs, turtles & whales (in season) Relax and swim at the white sandy beaches of Moreton Island Experience the thrill of boomnetting Snorkel & Fish Feed Tangalooma Wrecks


Now! ook B 07 3880 4444




• National Park 4WD Day Tours & Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort • Guided 4WD tours & overnight camping. • Adventure snorkelling and Kayaking the Shipwrecks. • Sandboarding the dunes, Hand feed wild dolphins. • Cape Moreton Lighthouse - whales, dolphins, stingrays • Tours to Stradbroke & Fraser Island • Whale Watching Packages

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Captain Kerry Lopez

Captain Kerry Lopez

• Award Winning 5 Star whale watching cruise • Guaranteed whale sightings June to November • Gourmet buffet lunch including tiger prawns, cold meats and salads • Departs Redcliffe Jetty daily, transfers available

(07) 3880 0477


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Wine Tours Join Mountain Wine Tours for a range of winery tours or tailor-make your own Pick up and drop off

(Brisbane and Moreton Bay Region only)

Light refreshments on board Craft beer, wine and cheese tastings Breathtaking views Travel in air-conditioned comfort

0411 550 040


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Proud to be a Troon Facility 141 - 159 Avon Avenue, Bribie Island, 4507 | 07 3410 4001

Surf Connect 170 Flinders Parade, Sandgate W Standup Paddling, Kayak, Windsurfing & Kitesurfing Centre located right on beach. Hourly rentals or lessons. Open 7 days a week. E P 07 3137 0500

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Take a trip down memory lane ! Over 70 buildings all with historic backgrounds, decorated and preserved and fully fitted in the way they were originally intended! Open Daily 9am to 4pm 07 5495 4581 280 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture


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LEADING THE PACK IN ENTERTAINMENT, DINING AND LEISURE IS AWARD WINNING DESTINATION EATONS HILL HOTEL AND FUNCTION CENTRE. 4 levels | 9 bars | 12 functions spaces | over 100 beer taps dining | entertainment | functions | bars | gaming | tab | retail liquor

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On the shores of Pumicestone Passage at the mouth of Bribie Island, the multi award winning Sandstone Point Hotel hosts many major concerts throughout the year with some of the best International and National talent in the world. vISIT OUR WEBSITE TO SEE WHAT’S ON NExT!






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330 Oxley Avenue, Margate, Redcliffe Peninsula | 07 3283 1833 |



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Magnificent food, excellent service and dining expertise are just a few of the reasons why The Golden Ox restaurant is the perfect place to share a meal with your family, friends or someone special.

330 Oxley Avenue, Margate, Redcliffe Peninsula | 07 3283 1833 |


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Botanic Restaurant & Barcode Cafe Open 7 days | Community Gaming | TAB Wedding & Events | Bottleshop | Live Entertainment | Keno | Courtesy Bus 70


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With spectacular views across Moreton Bay, there is no better place to relax, unwind and feast on some fresh local steak and seafood or enjoy refreshing beverages and cocktails. Open for breakfast lunch and dinner 7 days and with live entertainment on the weekends, Mon Komo Hotel is your first stop on the Peninsula.



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Handcrafted wine & beer made with you in mind, elegant food and stunning surrounds.

Get up close to the process, taste from the vats, meet the Winemaker (Dad), the Brewer (daughter) and the Chef Tony who go head to head, bringing you the best. One day will never be enough. 07 3425 3900 | 2 5 5 7 M t . M e e Ro a d , O c e a n V i e w, Q L D, Au s t r a l i a 4 5 2 1


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Roastery Coffee bar Equipment sales & servicing Barista supplies Training Tue – Fri 8am – 4pm Sat 8am – 2pm 07 3284 9909 293 MacDonnell Rd, Clontarf

The Pitstop on Mt Mee 2070a Mt Mee Road, Ocean View W The Pitstop on Mt Mee is fast becoming a favourite refreshment stop for all who travel the Mt Mee tourist drive. There is a full menu ranging from breakfasts, lunches, cakes and an all-day menu. P 07 3425 3652

Housed in a former church, The Flying Nun Cafe is complete with stained glass windows. An utterly charming setting in which to dine all day and watch the hours pass by. Fully licensed, open for breakfast and lunch Monday to Sunday, and dinner on Friday and Saturday

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16 Station Street, Samford Village (07) 3289 2288

Business Directory ARTS & CULTURE Albany Creek Community Centre A 15 Ernie St, Albany Creek P 07 3889 0063 W

Bribie Island Community Arts Centre A Sutherland Drive, Banksia Beach P 07 3408 9288 W

Caboolture Hub A 4 Hasking Street, Caboolture P 07 5433 3700 W

Caboolture Regional Gallery A The Hub, 4 Hasking Street, Caboolture P 07 5433 3700 W

Corso North Lakes (North Lakes Community Centre) A 10 The Corso, North Lakes P 07 3205 0555 W

Dayboro Art Gallery A Corner Williams St and Mt Mee Rd, Dayboro P 07 3425 2000 W

Hay Cottage Arts & Crafts A 29 Williams St, Dayboro P 07 3425 1788 W

Lancaster Fine Arts W

Pine Rivers Art Gallery A Unit 7/199 Gympie Rd, Strathpine P 07 3480 6941 W

Redcliffe Art Gallery A 470-476 Oxley Ave, Redcliffe P 07 3283 0415 W

Redcliffe Cultural Centre A Downs St, Redcliffe P 07 3283 0407 W

Arana Hills Library

Caboolture Historical Village

A 63 Cobbity Crescent, Arana Hills P 07 3351 3401 W

A 280 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture P 07 5495 4581 W

Bribie Island Library

Old Petrie Town

A 1 Welsby Parade, Bongaree P 07 3408 1388 W

A 901 Dayboro Rd, Whitside P 07 3285 7213 W

Burpengary Library

Pine Rivers Heritage Museum

A 122 Station Rd, Burpengary P 07 3888 5366 W

A Old Petrie Town, 901 Dayboro Rd, Whitside P 07 3285 7213 W

Caboolture Library

Samford District Historical Museum

A The Hub, 4 Hasking Street, Caboolture P 07 5433 3700 W

A Station St, Samford P 07 3289 2743 W

Deception Bay Library

Woodford Community Museum

A 9 Bayview Terrace, Deception Bay P 07 3203 1094 W

A 109 Archer St, Woodford P 07 5496 1836

North Lakes Library

A 22 Margaret St, Woodford P 07 5496 1976

A 10 The Corso, North Lakes P 07 3480 9900 W

Redcliffe Library A 476 Oxley Ave, Redcliffe P 07 3283 0311 W

Strathpine Library A 1 Station St, Strathpine P 07 3480 6698 W

Woodford Library A 1 Elizabeth St, Woodford P 07 5496 1136 W

MUSEUMS Abbey Museum of Art & Archaeology A 1-63 The Abbey Pl, Caboolture P 07 5495 1652 W

Bribie Island Seaside Museum

The Slab Hut

A 1 South Esplanade, Bongaree P 07 3408 0007 W

A John Scott Park, Main St, Samford P 07 3289 3113 W

Caboolture Warplane & Flight Heritage Museum

LIBRARIES Albany Creek Library

A 16 Ferguson St, Albany Creek P 07 3264 5267 W

A Caboolture Airfield – Hangar 104, McNaught Rd, Caboolture P 07 5499 1144 W

Woodford Railway Museum

ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS Australia Zoo A 1638 Steve Irwin Way, Beerwah P 07 5436 2000 W

Birch Carroll & Coyle Morayfield A Morayfield Shopping Centre, 171 Morayfield Rd, Morayfield P 07 5495 1444 W

Bribie Island Bowls Club A Welsby Parade, Bongaree P 07 3408 1018 W

Brisbane Whale Watching A 11/133 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe P 07 3880 0477 W

Brockhurst Farm A 2250 Mt Mee Rd, Ocean View P 07 3425 3314 W

Caboolture Regional Environmental Education Centre (CREEC) A 150 Rowley Rd, Burpengary P 07 3888 8751 W

Dayboro Cottages & Llama Walks A 3229 Mt Mee Rd, Dayboro P 07 3425 2774 W


Business Directory Dolphins Stadium

Redcliffe District Rugby League Football Club

Ferny Hills Swimming Pool

A Cnr Klinger & Ashmole Rd, Redcliffe P 07 3202 7333 W

A Cnr Klinger & Ashmole Rd, Redcliffe P 07 3202 7333 W

A Ferry Way, Ferny Hills P 07 3351 1338 W

Eatons Hill Hotel & Function Centre

Sandstone Point Community & Sports Complex

Lawnton Swimming Complex

A 646 South Pine Rd, Eatons Hill P 07 3325 6777 W

Event Cinemas North Lakes A Cnr Anzac Ave & North Lakes Drive, North Lakes P 07 3480 9800 W

Glengariff Historic Estate A 3234 Mt Mee Rd, Kings Scrub P 07 3425 1299 W

Intencity Morayfield A Morayfield Shopping Centre, 50 William Berry Dr & Morayfield Rd, Morayfield P 07 5495 1491 W

Kayak Hire Brisbane A 59 Flinders Pde, Scarborough P 0400 542 556 W

Kumbartcho Sanctuary A 15 Bunya Court, Eatons Hill P 07 3264 3953 W

Laser Zone A 561 Gympie Rd, Lawnton P 07 3205 4141 W

Melsa Train Park A Melsa Park, Toorbul St, Bongaree P 07 5497 0508 W

Osprey House A Dohles Rock Rd, Griffin P 07 3264 3953 W

Phoenix Sculpture Garden A 59 Fahey Rd, Mt Glorious P 07 3289 0171 W

Queensland State Equestrian Centre (QSEC) A Cnr Tuckeroo Dr & Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture P 07 5433 3222 W

Redcliffe Dimensions Virtual Reality & Interactive Cinema A Shop 7, 106 Sutton St, Redcliffe P 07 3142 5556 W 82


A 202 Bestmann Rd East, Sandstone Point P 0408 640 802 W

Sandstone Point Hotel A 1800 Bribie Island Rd, Sandstone Point P 07 3475 3001 W

The Surf Connect Watersports Centre A 170 Flinders Pde, Sandgate P 07 3137 0500 W

Trevena Glen Farm A 1100 Wynn Rd, Mount Samson P 07 289 4257 W

White Ridge Farm A 130 Hamilton Rd, Elimbah P 0417 774 559 W

A Cnr Gympie & Lawnton Pocket Rd, Lawnton P 07 3285 1770 W

Murrumba Downs Community Pool A Cnr Ogg & Dohles Rock Rd, Murrumba Downs P 07 33886 5433 W

North Lakes Aquatic Centre A 9 The Corso, North Lakes P 07 3886 2022 W

Redcliffe War Memorial Swimming Pool & High Performance Centre A Sydney St, Redcliffe P 07 3883 2128 W

Samford Aquatics A School Rd, Samford P 07 3289 3815 W

Settlement Cove


A Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe W

Albany Creek Leisure Centre

Woodford Swimming Pool

A Old Northern Rd, Albany Creek P 07 3264 9900 W

A Peterson Rd, Woodford P 07 5496 1918 W

Bribie Island Aquatic Leisure Centre


A Goodwin Drive, Bribie Island P 07 3410 0200 W

Caboolture Pool & Fitness Centre A King St, Caboolture P 07 5498 9084 W

Caboolture Regional Aquatic Centre A 1 Aquatic Centre Drive, Burpengary P 07 5431 3500 W

Dayboro Swimming Pool A Williams St, Dayboro P 07 3425 1463 W

Deception Bay Aquatic Centre & Fitness Centre A Main Terrace, Deception Bay P 07 3203 0055 W

Albany Links Golf Club & Putt Putt A 638 South Pine Rd, Brendale P 07 3264 2557 W

Caboolture Driving Range A 175 Markwell Rd, Caboolture P 07 5428 3779

Caboolture Golf Club A Lesley Ave, Caboolture P 07 5495 1033 W

North Lakes Resort Golf Club A 1 Bridgeport Dr, North Lakes P 07 3480 2000 W

Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club A 141 Avon Ave, Banksia Beach P 07 3410 4001 W

Business Directory Redcliffe Golf Club

Caboolture Motel

Oaks Mon Komo

A Handsworth St, Clontarf P 07 3284 5485 W

A 4 Lower King St, Caboolture P 07 5495 2888 W

A 99 Marine Pde, Redcliffe P 07 3283 9300 W

Wantima Country Club

Caboolture Riverlakes Motel

On the Bay Apartments Bribie Island

A 530 South Pine Rd, Brendale P 07 3264 1633 W

A 14 Morayfield Rd, Caboolture South P 07 5499 1766 W

A 131 Welsby Pde, Bongaree P 07 3400 1800 W


Clear Mountain Lodge

Pale Pacific Holiday Units

A 564 Clear Mountain Rd, Cashmere P 07 3298 1500 W

A 159 Margate Pde, Margate P 07 3284 7743 W

Dayboro Cottages & Llama Walks

Placid Waters Holiday Apartments

Beachmere Hotel A Cnr James Rd & Beachmere Rd, Beachmere P 07 5429 0122 W

Beachmere RSL Caravan Park A 10 – 26 Biggs Ave, Beachmere P 07 5496 8077 W

Bellara Caravan Park A 1 Eucalypt St, Bellara P 07 3408 7436 W

Bellmere on Richards A 94 Richards Court, Bellmere P 07 3408 7436 W

Bells Caravan Park A 39 Thompson Cres, Clontarf P 07 3283 2317 W

Bellthorpe Stays A 200 Willett Rd, Bellthorpe P 07 5496 5013 W

Best Western Caboolture Gateway A 64-66 Lower King St, Caboolture P 07 5499 4099 W

Billabong Cottage Farm Stay

A 3229 Mt Mee Rd, Dayboro P 07 3425 2774 W

Donnybrook Caravan Park A 17-19 Alice St, Donnybrook P 07 5498 8219 W

Dorchester Bed & Breakfast A 35 Monaro Dr, D’Aguilar P 07 5496 4600

Eatons Hill Hotel A 646 South Pine Rd, Eatons Hill P 07 3325 6777 W

Fairways Golf Beach Resort A 22 Links Crt, Woorim P 07 3400 2100 W

Kallangur Motel A 1517 Anzac Ave, Kallangur P 07 3886 2366 W

La Vida on Anzac A 41 Anzac Ave, Redcliffe P 07 3897 4700 W

A 1 Princess St, Woodford P 0418 775 194 W

Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort

Bongaree Caravan Park

Margate House Boutique Bed & Breakfast

A 25-47 Welsby Pde, Bongaree P 07 3408 1054 W

Brockhurst Farm A 2250 Mt Mee Rd, Ocean View P 07 3425 3314 W

Cabins at the View A 6/89 Freds Rd, Ocean View P 07 3425 3221 W

P 07 4194 6700 W A 8 Robinson Ave, Margate P 0434 849 718 W

Moreton Bay Holidays Afloat A Cabbage Tree Creek Marina, 149 Station Rd, Deagon P 07 3269 3487 W

Mount Mee Country Inn Bed & Breakfast A 239 Robinson Rd, Mount Mee P 07 5498 2364 W

A Cnr Toorbul & Foster St, Bongaree P 07 3408 2122 W

Proximity Waterfront Apartments A 185 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe P 07 3283 1001 W

Redvue Luxury Apartments A 83 Marine Pde, Redcliffe P 07 3897 1500 W

Reid’s Place A 377 Scarborough Rd, Redcliffe P 07 3203 5686 W

Scarborough Beach Resort A 89 Landsborough Ave, Scarborough P 07 3897 3100 W

Scarborough Holiday Village A 1 Reef Point Esp, Scarborough P 07 3203 8864 W

Silver Shores Caravan Park A Kal-Ma Kuta Dr, Sandstone Point P 07 5497 5566

Sylvan Beach Resort A 21-27 Sylvan Beach Esp, Bellara P 07 3408 8300 W

Tangalooma Island Resort A 931 Kingsford Smith Drive, Eagle Farm P 1300 652 250 W

The Gums Anchorage A 97 Sylvan Beach Esp, Bribie Isand P 07 3408 6834 W


Business Directory Toorbul Caravan Park

Kangaroo Bus Lines

Beachmere Hotel

A 119 The Esplanade, Toorbul P 07 5498 8701 W

A 2 Motorway Dr, Burpengary P 1300 287 525 W

A Cnr James & Beachmere Rd, Beachmere P 07 5429 0122 W

Trevena Glen

Moreton Bay Escapes

Beardy’s Bar & Kitchen

A 1100 Winn Rd, Mt Samson P 07 3289 4257 W

Turkey’s Nest Rainforest Cottages A 1780 Mount Glorious Rd, Mount Glorious P 07 3289 0004 W

Uluramaya Retreat Cabins A 228 McConnell Rd, Wamuran P 0412 679 226 W

Worldsaway Retreat A 142 Zillman Rd, Ocean View P 0497 213 310 W

TOURS & TRANSPORT Aeropower Helicopters A Redcliffe Airfield, Nathan Rd, Kippa-Ring P 07 3385 9500 W

Antique Airways

A 405 Elizabeth Ave, Kippa-Ring P 0450 690 727

Moreton Bay Holidays Afloat

Bribie Island RSL Club

A Cabbage Tree Creek Marina, 149 Station Rd, Deagon P 07 3269 3487 W

A 99 Toorbul St, Bongaree P 07 3400 1300 W

Moreton Island Adventures

Caboolture RSL Club

A 14 Howard Smith Dr, Port of Brisbane P 07 3909 3333 W

A Crn Beerburrum & Hastings St, Caboolture P 07 5495 1699 W

Mountain Wine Tours

Caboolture Sports Club

A 28 Binnowie St, Brisbane P 07 3205 2126 W

A Station Rd, Morayfield P 07 5497 9711 W

No Limits 4x4 Hire

Centenary Lakes Sports Club

A 3 Spinnaker Dr, Sandstone Point P 07 0413 465 938 W

Point to Point Express A 8 Kristen Ct, Redcliffe P 0452 234 748

A Redcliffe Airfield, Nathan Rd, Kippa-Ring P 0417 726 660 W

RedAir Tours & Transfers

Black & White Cabs

Redcliffe Cruise & Travel

A Dryandra Rd, Brisbane Airport P 07 3860 1800 W

A 93 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe P 07 3284 5192 W

Boab Boat Hire Redcliffe

Skydive Bribie Island

A 6/22 Robson St, Clontarf P 0404 188 192 W

A 100 Aerodrome Rd, Caboolture P 1300 663 634 W

Bribie Island Boat Charters

Skydive Brisbane

P 07 3880 4032 W

A 7-9 Spinnaker Dr, Sandstone Point P 07 5497 5533 W

A 93 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe P 1300 663 634 W

Dolphin Wild Island Cruises

Skydive Noosa

A Newport Marina, 158 Griffith Rd, Scarborough P 07 3880 4444 W

A 4 Kittyhawk Cl, Marcoola P 1300 663 634 W

Ferryman Cruises

Sunrover Tours

A Pacific Harbour Marina, 41 Harbour Promenade, Banksia Beach P 0408 214 980 W

G’Day Adventure Tours A 21 Cotterill Ave, Bongaree P 0403 728 261 W 84

P 1300 559 355 W


A 1 Eversleigh Rd, Scarborough P 1800 353 717 W

EAT & DRINK Art Works Café A 10/25 Benabrow Ave, Bellara P 07 3410 7509

A 16 Springfellow Rd, Caboolture P 07 5498 9112 W

CJ’s Pastries A 14 Matthew Terrace, Caboolture P 07 5284 3663 W

Club Pine Rivers A 1-11 Sparkes Rd, Bray Park P 07 3481 8600 W

Eatons Hill Hotel & Function Centre A 646 South Pine Rd, Eatons Hill P 07 3325 6777 W

Gloria Jeans Bribie Island A 239-255 Goodwin Dr, Bongaree P 07 3410 0500 W

Lagoon Creek Café & Function Centre A 1-11 Toovey St, Caboolture P 07 5432 4855 W

Long Yard Larder A 37 Main St, Samford Village P 07 3289 3516

Mon Komo Hotel A 99 Marine Pde, Redcliffe P 07 3284 6520 W

Moreton Bay Boat Club A Bird O’Passage Pde, Scarbrough P 07 3203 5188 W

Business Directory Neli Coffee Pty Ltd

The Golden Ox

Margate Village Shopping Centre

A 4/239 Macdonnell Rd, Clontarf P 07 3284 9909 W

A 330 Oxley Ave, Margate P 07 3283 1833 W

A 270 Oxley Ave, Margate P 07 3284 8044 W

North Lakes Sports Club

The Lab Cycling Café

A 36-42 Flinders Pde, North Lakes P 1300 006 572 W

Market Place Warner

A 1/5 McLennan Ct, North Lakes P 0467 634 010 W

A Cnr Samsonvale & Old North Rd, Warner P 07 3882 6766 W

Norths Leagues and Services Club

The Place 2b Café & Restaurant

Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre

A 120 Mount Mee Rd, Delaneys Creek P 07 5496 4332 W

A 272 Anzac Ave, Kippa-Ring P 07 3284 8044 W

The Rustic Olive

Redcliffe City Florist

A 79 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe P 07 3889 3199 W

A 261 Victoria Ave, Redcliffe P 07 3883 3000 W

The Surf Club Bribie Island

Strathpine Centre

A 2 First Ave, Woorim P 07 3408 2141 W

A 295 Gympie Rd, Strathpine P 07 3817 9600 W

A 1347 Anzac Ave, Kallangur P 07 3285 2733 W

Ocean View Estates A 2557 Mt Mee Rd, Ocean View P 07 3425 3900 W

Pines Bar & Restaurant A 89 Landsborough Ave, Scarborough P 07 3880 1900

Pitstop on Mt Mee A 2070 Mt Mee Rd, Mount Pleasant P 07 3425 3652 W

Redcliffe Leagues Club A Cnr Klinger & Ashmole Rd, Redcliffe P 07 3203 7333 W

Redcliffe RSL A 1 Irene St, Redcliffe P 07 3897 6000 W

Sandstone Point Hotel A 1800 Bribie Island Rd, Sandstone Point P 07 3475 3001 W

Saviges Seafood A 3/12 First Ave Service Rd, Bongaree P 07 3410 0084

Sizzler Caboolture A 128 Morayfield Rd, Caboolture South P 07 5495 8933 W

Tempest Seafood Restaurant A Bird O’Passage Pde, Scarborough P 07 3203 5744 W

The Belvedere A Cnr Oxley Ave & Woodcliffe Cres, Woody Point P 07 3284 2245 W

The Flying Nun Café A 16 Station Rd, Samford P 07 3289 2288 W

Thirsty Chiefs and North Lakes Brewing Supply

Street Art Cycles

A 4/4 Will St, North Lakes P 07 3880 6600 W

A 8/300 Oxley Ave, Margate P 0405 982 450 W

Viva Coffee

Westfield Shopping Centre

A 43 Stapylton St, North Lakes P 0422 229 251 W

A Cnr Anzac Ave & North Lakes Drive P 07 3491 9072 W

Wheelhouse Coffee A 774 Gympie Rd, Lawnton P 07 3142 0791

SHOPPING Bella Flor Flower Specialists A 901/59 Endeavour Blvd, North Lakes P 0452 057 933 W

Dolphins Central A Cnr Ashmole & Klinger Rd, Redcliffe P 07 3203 7333 W

Humble Be Market A Bracken Ridge State School, 1 Binburra St, Caboolture P 0481 232 283 A Westfield North Lakes P 07 3380 6800 W

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