My Way Explores Moreton Bay

This Sunday, February 25, Channel 9's My Way is shinning the spotlight on Moreton Bay and telling the story of the people behind some of our most iconic destination experiences.


Dreamtime Kullilla Art

Michael Connolly is an Aboriginal from Charleville, south west Queensland and a descendant of the Kullilla Tribe from the Thargomindah and Eulo region on his Father’s side and from the Muruwari People from Goodooga and Brewarrina region of north-west New South Wales on his Mother’s side.

With this rich Indigenous background and a unique way of interpreting his cultural heritage, Michael is able to represent a unique perspective in the visual and performing arts that informs his significant work in cross cultural contexts. His art is showcased at Dreamtime Kullilla Art Gallery in Clontarf. He is also an accomplished didgeridoo player and performer!


Morgans Seafood

One of the most popular places along the Redcliffe peninsula to enjoy fresh seafood, Morgans Seafood doubles as a fish and chip takeaway and fish market. Its seafood comes fresh from the trawler pulling in behind Morgans at Scarborough Marina every day before taking up a table in the outdoor dining area or get the delicious goods delivered straight to your door.

Built in 1986 the Fish Market is now one of Queensland's best-known seafood shops and fish markets. Each day this fish market displays over 180 fresh seafood products across 30 metres of ice. The Takeaway and Fresh Seafood Market is the flagship in the Morgan's fleet and consists of a fresh retail shop and takeaway.


Mathema Gallery

Calvin and Rosemary Irons are the founders of Mathema Gallery, a unique destination for mathematics enthusiasts and curious minds – the first of its kind in Australia. The husband-and-wife due have dedicated their lives to mathematics, amassing over 50 years of experience in mathematics education.

Located in Ocean View, Moreton Bay, The Mathema Gallery is more than just a museum; it's a place to visually immerse yourself in the history of mathematics. This 500 m² building offers a range of activities and exhibits that cater to all age groups, from primary school students to adults with a passion for mathematics.


Bee Gees Way

When you stroll down Bee Gees Way, you don’t have to be the group’s greatest fan to feel the pure nostalgia. The open-air museum takes visitors through an historical account, and meteoric rise of one of the world’s biggest pop groups. The monument features more than 60 captioned photos and 13 album covers spanning the band’s career.

Visitors can explore the musical phenomenon from their humble beginnings to their career highlights. Take in a huge 70-metre mural featuring artwork of Barry, Robin, Maurice, and Andy Gibb and a large life sized bronze statue of the and when they started out as children, sculpted by local Phillip Piperides.


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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.