Straight out of the bay and fresh off the trawler, our Moreton Bay Region restaurants are making the most of our local delicacies. Taste-test your first Moreton Bay Bug or enjoy a fresh crab, grill your own fish or shuck your own oysters, all throughout our month-long Tastes of Moreton Bay foodie celebration.
A sizzling good time awaits at Tempest Seafood Restaurant and Teppanyaki Grill with fish freshly hand-picked each morning by the head chef and live lobsters, mud crabs and other crustaceans pulled from the restaurant tanks. The Tempest experience is designed for all the senses and can be enjoyed in many ways, from the tapas to the à la carte menu. Head chef Kim has been creating delectable, seasonal trawler to plate menus for over 18 years, designed to suit the customers and climate of the Redcliffe Peninsula.
Although an acquired taste, Sandstone Point Hotel has found success in the niche market of oysters! With their own Oyster Shed onsite and a festival dedicated to the small sea mollusc, you can be sure they're fresh, tasty and ready to be shucked! Enjoy paired wines and other fresh seafood right on the jetty over Pumicestone Passage. Talk about a true bayside experience.
Whether you're a music lover, nature enthusiast, or adventure seeker, there's something for everyone to enjoy this spring school holiday long weekend in Moreton Bay, near Brisbane.
Looking for school holiday activities near Brisbane these spring school holidays? Look no further than Moreton Bay. Just a 40-minute drive north of Brisbane, the region has everything you can think of from whale watching and water obstacle courses to mini golf and 4x4 adventures.
Time to take a trip, time to book that holiday in the deliciously Moreton Bay!
Where to find the best sand belt and hinterland courses in Queensland. Grab the boys and head to Moreton Bay Region for four-days of “putt-tastic” fun.