If a cultural geek-out is your idea of a perfect holiday, keep scrolling and check out the diversity of art museum Brisbane experiences coming to the Moreton Bay Region. From exhibitions profiling local creative talent to performing arts and antiquities, the Moreton Bay Region will tick all your cultural holiday needs.
The Moreton Bay Region hosts six Gallery and Museum spaces managed by the Moreton Bay Regional Council. All of council's galleries and museums are free to enter and you can also shop for local artisan wares to find bespoke handcrafted homeswares and jewellery, historical books and posters, specialist gifts for children and funky souvenirs.
The Redcliffe Entertainment Centre is a highly reputable, nationally recognised art space that caters to a wide range of performances and functions. The premier entertainment venue hosts a number of community events for amateurs and professionals alike. There are several multi function meeting rooms throughout the venue providing creative spaces to showcase talents in many artistic disciplines as well as host functions.
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'But wait, there's more!' is the catch phrase for the Moreton Bay Region, with its endless choice of local and ancient history to be explored, along with a delightful array of local arts and crafts to purchase. From the shores of the Moreton Bay to the mountains of the D'Aguilar ranges, arts and history buffs will enjoy an exploration of these venues, predominately manned by a loyal force of local volunteers.
Bee Gees Fan? Or wanting to explore key sites connected with Queensland's early settlement days? The Moreton Bay Region has a rich and interesting history, be sure to include some of the public art and heritage trails listed below, as part of your exploration of the Greater Brisbane region.
Looking for more things to do and see? Pop into one of the region'sAccredited Visitor Information Centres. The volunteers have a wealth of local knowledge.