Don’t waste your Christmas holidays sitting at home being bored, hot and sweaty when you can get out and explore the cool Moreton Bay Region hinterland or the beautiful bayside. Indulge yourself or a family member in one of these eight epic Christmas experience gifts!
How many can say they’ve enjoyed a chauffeured tour by a knowledgeable local through one of the only sand islands to be connected to the mainland by bridge? Kick-back and relax as you cruise through the Bribie Island National Park, spotting local wildlife with names like Freddy the Kangaroo and Neil the Seal! For such a unique experience, these Bribie Island four-wheel-drive adventure tours make quite the affordable Christmas gift. There are over 10 tours to choose from starting from $77 and can include kayaking, stand up paddleboarding and visiting the bunkers that remain from World War II.
Book now with G’Day Adventure Tours.
Do you have a big family or just want to spend some time with friends these Christmas holidays? Jump on a BBQ Boat and cruise the smooth waters of the Pumicestone Passage for a full or half-day experience. It’s easy and affordable family fun in the Moreton Bay Region with no licence required – all you need to bring is food and a sense of adventure!
Prices start from $200. Book now with Bribie Island Boat Charters.
Moreton Island adventures have never been more convenient than they are with Dolphin Wild Island Cruises. Spend a day out on the scenic Moreton Bay, watching for dolphins, swimming among the Moreton Island wrecks, feeding fish or trying out a boom netting experience!
Book this as a Christmas gift for your loved one!
Keen for a heart-pounding skydiving experience over a picturesque peninsula? If so, enjoy a day out with the Skydive Brisbane experts for a thrilling 15,000 feet high jump over the bay area for a magical landing onto one of Redcliffe or Bribie Island’s pristine beaches.
Give the gift of adrenaline with this unique Christmas gift!
Sail into summer and learn to kitesurf or windsurf in a private or group lesson. Lacking the waves and currents you might find at other local beaches, Surf Connect have found the perfect spot for eager water sport enthusiasts to try out a new experience in a safe environment. Other options include learning to stand up paddle board, foiling, landbuggy, and blokart lessons. SUP and Kayak tours are also available.
As the only fully accredited water sport school in Brisbane, you’ll have to purchase this Christmas gift from Surf Connect Wind & Kitesurfing School.
Hit the water on a thrill-seeking guided jet ski tour through Bribie Island's waterways and out onto Moreton Bay. Gliding across beautiful unrestricted waterways, through winding mangrove-lined channels, and out on the open ocean amidst breathtaking Moreton Bay Marine Park scenery, this is a Christmas gift a lucky family member won’t soon forget!
No license? No worries! You don’t need any jet ski riding experience, or a license to take part. Book now with Moreton Bay Jet Ski Hire & Ride.
Make some memories and tour the skies of the Moreton Bay Region and beyond with Oceanview Helicopters. Fly 'n' Dine at local wineries, including our favourite Ocean View Estates, or simply take to the skies to get some aerial footage of the region. Not just a great Christmas gift, these tours are perfect for any occasion!
Scenic flights range from eight minutes to three hours!
Love a fine bottle of wine? Well, how about instead of bar hopping these Christmas holidays, you take a vineyard tour? This enjoyable day out includes a hearty lunch and is jam-packed with wine tasting and cheese appreciation. Not only will you enjoy diverse edible delights paired with exclusive wines, but the stunning scenery of Moreton Bay Region’s hinterland and the Somerset Valley will leave you thirsting for more winery tour experiences.
Find your next favourite bottle of fermented grapes with Mountain Wine Tours.
Ensure you're the favourite family member or Secret Santa this Christmas with one of these wonderful experiences in the Moreton Bay Region!
Looking for more things to do and see? Pop into one of the region's Accredited Visitor Information Centres. The volunteers have a wealth of local knowledge.