Get your romance on with time away for you and your beloved. Our beautiful Moreton Bay Region has loads of gems to explore together. We’ve created a two night romantic holiday for two to give you some inspiration.
Start your adventure in spectacular Redcliffe with a morning by the seaside.
Take a stroll along the Redcliffe Jetty – the third to grace the waterfront since the first was built in 1885.
With panels along the jetty covering its history – including the Penny Arcade on the second jetty, where the Bee Gees used to play, and stunning views across the water, it’s lovely way to while away the time.
From there, it’s a short walk to Bee Gees Way, where you can discover more about where the famous brothers Gibb got their start, and pose for photos with statues of the trio.
Redcliffe is known for its quaint arcades – if you’ve got time, it’s well worth having a fossick to see what you can find.
You’re spoilt for choice with food options along the waterfront at Redcliffe.
We love Café Diversity for its modern fit out and incredible views.
There are Gluten Free, Nut Free, Paleo, Vegetarian and Vegan options, so you’re sure to find something to tempt.
If you’ve worked up an appetite, try The Big Breakfast of house made baked beans, fried haloumi, poached eggs, mushrooms, thick cut bacon, pork sausage, organic sourdough, slow roasted tomato, hash and beetroot pesto.
After something lighter? A Brazilian acai bowl should hit the spot.
It’s time to head to Dayboro, the next stop for the loved-up day.
No visit to this picturesque country town is complete without spending time in the charming antique stores and the Dayboro Art Gallery.
The gallery is not-for-profit and is home to more than 30 artists from across the Moreton Bay Region, showcasing a variety of styles from award-winning contributors.
From Dayboro Shed Antiques, to Bohemian De’cor and Murphy’s Antiques and Restorations, you’re sure to pick up a treasure or two as you take a trip down memory lane.
There’s a huge range including retro, art deco, larger furniture, vintage glassware, cute teacups and saucers and more to explore.
Dayboro is famous for it’s tempting cafes and brilliant bakery. A romantic holiday for two just isn't the same without treating yourself to something you normally wouldn't **cough** almond croissant - now would it?
At the Dayboro Bakery you’ll find a huge selection of handmade pies, a plethora of sweet treats and burgers – including a vegetarian option with lentils, carrot, onion and spices.
Before you head to your next destination, pick up some supplies for dinner at the local IGA, before you pop in at Dayboro Village Meats to, home to famous, award-winning sausages. The butchery also stocks a range of other taste-tempters.
Worn out after all the feasting and sight-seeing? Head to your digs for an afternoon nap.
Luxurious Dayboro Cottages were designed with romance in mind. The perfect stay for a romantic holiday for two we think!
The ultimate in tranquillity, the cottages are nestled among bushland and offer gorgeous valley views.
Within your private hideaway you’ll find large, comfy beds, bathrobes perfect for lounging and a dining table built for two, as well as a self-catering kitchen and outdoor electric barbecue, a large TV and cushy lounge area.
Today is all about the wonderful hinterland.
Fortify yourself with breakfast at Mill Creek Café, a rustic, artisan venue overlooking Sugar Mill Creek.
Enjoy fresh food made from local produce – the Mill Creek Feast is sure to be a winner, with eggs, bacon, mushroom, tomato, house-made hash, sausage and pumpkin break, or tempt those tastebuds with sweet potato croquettes.
Don’t forget to grab a coffee before you leave!
Hit the trail for a day of adventure with Slickers Horse Riding.
Book in for a winery ride, setting off for an all-day ride through Ocean View Estates.
On your journey you’ll take in delightful scenery, taste local wines and sample a gourmet cheeseboard before heading back to your cottage for an afternoon rest.
Nestled atop Mount Mee, Birches is known for its magnificent modern Australian cuisine. Dine on delicious gourmet delights inside the spacious dining room with a high raked timber ceiling and solid brush-box timber flooring or head out for alfresco dining with a view on the veranda.
With a full belly and a warm heart, continue two minutes up Mount Mee Road to Dahmongah Lookout Park.
Away from the bright lights of the busy suburbs you will find an incredible stargazing location that promises to take your breath away. Park up, throw down a picnic blanket, look up and make an unforgettable memory before you tuck yourself in for the second night at Dayboro Cottages.
Be sure to share your loved-up adventures with us on social media, using #visitmoretonbayregion and tagging us at @visitmoretonbayregion.
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