50 Things To Do in Moreton Bay

How do you decide the best things to do in a region offering so much? Well, you go out there and explore it of course! There is so much to do and see in the Moreton Bay Region, here is a list of our top 50!


1. Picnic in one of SEQ's most scenic picnic spots - Jollys Lookout, renowned for it's incredible view over Enoggera Forest Reserve

2. Visit one of Moreton Bay region's wonderful family playgrounds definitely worth travelling for

3. Ride a bike along the foreshore from Clontarf to Scarborough, around Bribie Island or the Caboolture to Wamuran Rail Trail starting in Caboolture

4. Follow Tourist Route No. 29 from Woodford, through D’Aguilar, Mt Mee, Oceanview to Dayboro

5. Challenge yourself to a water obstacle course during the warmer months


6. Go fishing at one of the popular spots along the foreshores or inland streams or catch a feed on a charter fishing day trip

7. Swim at Settlement Cove Lagoon, Redcliffe or one of the many beaches from Redcliffe to Bribie Island

8. Take a cruise on Moreton Bay with Dolphin Wild Island Cruises, spot turtles, dolphins and if you're lucky a dugong!

9. Take a self drive gallery tour of our regional galleries located at Caboolture, Strathpine or Redcliffe

10. Watch the sunrise or sunset from Mt Mee, over Bribie Island from Sandstone Point, Woorim Beach or along the Redcliffe foreshore


11. Take a houseboat or Hire a BBQ Boat from Sandstone Point Marina

12. Check out the warplane museum at Caboolture, and take to the skies with Warbird Adventure Flights or Brisbane Biplanes

13. Enjoy fish and chips at one of the many beaches in the region

14. Walk the dog at one of the dog friendly beaches or parks (Drop into a local Visitor Information Centre for where your dog can play)

15. Visit the Bee Gees Way, Redcliffe Parade


16. Book a Gin Workshop at Comiskey Distillery

17. Take in a live show at the Redcliffe Entertainment Centre

18. Dine with a view at one of these bayside or hinterland restaurants and gaze out over the sea or hinterland while tasting the magic of Moreton Bay

19. Sink a pint of locally brewed beer at one of the regions most loved bars

20. Find a bargain at one of the many thrift shops or visit an antique shop


21. Check out the weekend markets around the region, including the popular Redcliffe Farmers and Artisan Markets

22. Play a round of golf at Bribie, Caboolture, Strathpine, Redcliffe or Woodford

23. Toss some sausages on the BBQ at one of the free beach or park picnic areas

24. Enjoy cocktails, ocean views and top notch food at Sunny's Margate Beach rooftop bar

25. See the whales at play in Moreton Bay from June to October. Departures are from Redcliffe Jetty


26. Book a Beach 4wding tour with G’Day Adventure Tours and get an up-close experience of ‘Fort Bribie’

27. Wander through the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, Banksia Beach

28. Take a Miniature Train Ride at Bribie Island on the 3rd Sunday of the month, from 10am - 2:30 pm or Woodford Steam Train 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month, from 10am - 3:30pm

29. Visit a Leopard Tank – 96 Toorbul St, Bribie or Memorial Park, Woodford. The tank is an impressive display of scale and power symbolising their important contribution to Australia’s military history.

30. Check out our migrating birds at Toorbul on the banks of Pumicestone Passage or the Bribie bird hides


31. Play lawn bowls at Bribie, Narangba, Redcliffe, Deception Bay, Donnybrook, Kallangur, Woordford, Samford, Dayboro or Caboolture

32. Visit our environmental centres at Osprey House, Kumbartcho, and CREEC

33. Enjoy a paddle in rock pools and picnic under shaded trees at Upper Caboolture and Woodford.

34. Walk across the Ted Smout Bridge at Clontarf - all 3kms

35. Find Moreton Bay Region's hidden rock pools and waterholes


36. Test your skill with a laser tag experience, sink a hole in one with a mini golf or hit down ten pins in an interactive bowling experience

37. Sip a local drop at a winery in the hinterland

38. Enjoy a guided 4WD tour of Bribie Island 4wd driving on the beach at Bribie with G'Day Adventure Tours

39. See the Australian Narrow Gauge Railway Museum at Woodford

40. Marvel at the views from Mt Mee Lookout


41. Experience the Redcliffe Convict Trail

42. Follow Kumbartcho Sanctuary and Nursery's Fairytale Trail and prepare to be swept away in the romance of it all as you explore the best fairy garden across the land

43. Take a walk around Lake Eden, North Lakes

44. Hire kayaks, SUPs, waterbikes, e-bikes or go-karts on Bribie

45. Fly a kite at Pelican Park. Redcliffe kiteflyers are a regular sight every second Sunday of the month - if you're here in September, tag along to Redcliffe KiteFest


46. Experience the region’s deer farm, butterflies and farm animals

47. Enjoy Lake Samsonvale and Lake Kurwongbah

48. Take the children to the Jumping Pillow at Scarborough Beach Park

49. Discover our A2 Submarine replica in Ruth Whitfield Park, Kallangur

50. Visit one of the 7 visitor information centres located at Bribie Island, BP Travel Centre Burpengary, Caboolture Historical Village, Pine Rivers Park, the Redcliffe Jetty, Pelican Park, Clontarf and Woodford

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.