Art, Culture & Heritage

That's deliciously Moreton Bay


11 Experiences to Gift Yourself (or Someone Else)

Do you have someone in your life who'd appreciate an adventure more than a nice candle or the latest tech? Gift your loved one a Moreton Bay Region experience!


48 hours of bayside cultural experiences

Looking for a culturally rewarding weekend escape? Pack the bags and head north to the beautiful Bribie Island, home to a thriving arts community, along with a fascinating history stretching from ancient times to modern day.


Ultimate Indulgence: A mid-week escape

Escape to the stunning Moreton Bay Region hinterland and enjoy two days of pure indulgence only minutes from Brisbane - it's your chance to relax, unwind and recharge, while you watch the rest of the world go by.


Adventures at Old Petrie Town

Just a day-trip from Brisbane, adventure awaits all at Old Petrie Town. Explore the amazing collection of historic buildings in this pre 1930’s town, and the assortment of vendors that operate within them. Discover the history through a museum tour, enjoy a meal at the pub or explore the Sunday markets.


Heritage Trail Guide – Moreton Bay Region

Uncover north Brisbane’s history in a range of Heritage Talks and Walks in the Moreton Bay Region. From the founding of Deception Bay to treasures from World War I.


Top 10 Spots to See & Buy Local Artwork

Do you have an avid interest in the work of local artists? Are you looking to find a special something that’s handcrafted and one of a kind? If you’re anywhere near Brisbane then the Moreton Bay Region is only a hop, skip and jump away...


Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race: A History

An icon of Queensland and the highest profile Easter Weekend sporting event, the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race is steeped in tradition and history. Setting sail from Redcliffe annually, entrants make their way across 308 nautical miles to Gladstone Harbour, starting on Good Friday.


History of Woodford

In 1841 the Archer brothers established Durundur station along the Stanley River, near where Woodford now stands. After the lease of Durundur expired in October 1878, some land was thrown open for selection.


History of Samford

Although closer to Brisbane than most other areas in the Pine Rivers Shire, the secluded Samford valleys of the upper reaches of the South Pine River were not settled until the mid-1850s.


History of Dayboro

Dayboro was first known as Hamilton, having been so named after a farmer, Hugh Hamilton, who was appointed Receiving Officer for mail in 1875.

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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.