Flick the TV off, fill your flasks and wrap up warm for a night time adventure to view the best star gazing spots in Brisbane and beyond.
Why waste a weeknight sitting on the couch when you could be spotting shooting stars and watching the galaxy twinkle.
Be sure to download a stargazing app on your phone (or source a book or guide) and head to one of these superb spots and make the most of a starry night sky.
Take a thrilling journey into outer space at these five star gazing Brisbane spots.
When night falls, head only 30 minutes north of Brisbane CBD to Redcliffe Peninsula. Believe it or not - this spot will deliver a stunning spectacle!
Find this special location on your walk from the car park to Settlement Cove Lagoon. The stars will take your breath away as they sparkle over the waters of Moreton Bay.
If you’re after a truly unique stargazing experience, head to one of Bribie Island National Park's best camping sites, Poverty Creek.
Nestled in a secluded nook along Pumicestone Passage, this spot is completely isolated and only accessible by 4WD or boat. This is the perfect spot to channel your inner beach bum.
Poverty Creek campground provides an expansive and shady spot on the western side of the island, with stunning views across to the Glasshouse Mountains (you will require a permit for Poverty Creek). Facilities include toilets, cold showers, picnic tables and fire pits. It is a favourite in our region for national park camping!
Take in the universe and feel a world away at Dahmongah Lookout Park, Mount Mee. On a clear night you might even be lucky enough to view the milky way just like this!
It can get a tad chilly up on the hill at nighttime so we suggest packing a blanket so you stay warm and are able to watch the night sky in ultimate comfort.
Calling all city-slickers! Running Creek Parklands is an ideal spot to explore the rural dark skies!
You will sure be a happy camper at Running Creek Parklands. With plenty of availability over winter why not pull up a stump and stay awhile at this beautiful parkland.
This dog friendly, hinterland hidden gem is a secret only few know about. Welcoming pets of all shapes and sizes, Running Creek Parklands is a perfect spot to pop the tent up and relax in your camp chair. With easy access to the creek, it's the perfect spot for a rock hopping adventure or a splash on a hot summers day (or winter if you can brave the cold)! Let's just say this is one of the best star gazing spots Brisbane has to offer!
No matter where you park up in the suburb of Highvale you are sure to see the lightshow!
This area maintains minimal light pollution, which not only makes for a brilliant star spotting location, but also makes it a great place to spot natural, nocturnal wildlife. When you visit, be sure to keep your eyes peeled!
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!
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