Settle down for the winter in the Moreton Bay Region

Moreton Bay Region is the ideal place for your Queensland holiday escape this winter. Be they nomads or holidaymakers, there are plenty of Moreton Bay accommodation options for all kinds of visitors to the region.

Bringing home along with you?

Bringing everything with you including the kitchen sink? The Moreton Bay Region has a great selection of caravan parks overlooking the beautiful of the Moreton Bay Marine Park.

Caravan Parks

Moreton Bay Region has many options for visitors looking to bring their home on holiday with this winter. There are caravan parks throughout the region, with high-quality facilities and being carefully maintained. There are multiple options wherever you are staying.

Scarborough Village Holiday Park is one of the most modern available sights in the region, with an onsite coffee shop, full laundry facilities, and a stunning view of Moreton Bay. Only a few minutes’ drive from Newport Marina, this facility is ideal for those looking to day trip to Moreton Island.

Donnybrook Caravan Park is conveniently between Caboolture and Bribie, just an easy 15-minute drive away from Toorbul and Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology, and a 20-minute drive from Caboolture Historical Village. For those looking to enjoy the food at Beachmere RSL, the Beachmere RSL Caravan Park boasts fantastic views of the Bay.

Bribie Island has three caravan parks. Bribie Island Caravan Park is known as one of the best in the region, with WiFi, a pool, a playground, and minigolf. Bongaree Caravan Park is run by local Council and is kept tidy, with the perfect location for seeing the natural beauty of Pumicestone Passage and Bribie Island. Toorbul Caravan Park is quieter, in a quaint local town, and is great for those looking for the authentic local experience.

Local showgrounds such as Redcliffe Showgrounds feature wide grassy areas with close access to all of the wonders of Redcliffe Foreshore. Carefully maintained by Council, this site is known for its clean facilities and affordable short stays. Larger caravans will need to go to the local showgrounds. Holidaymakers bringing furry friends on their journey north will need to go to Pine Rivers or Samford Showgrounds.


Moreton Bay Region has some of Brisbane’s premiere marina locations, with excellent access to Moreton Bay and its natural beauty. For those yachting their way north, dock at Scarborough Marina for fantastic prices and quality facilities. Scarborough Marina accepts vessels ranging 10-20m in berth. Living aboard? Scarborough Marina do not charge extra if you’re staying aboard at a daily rate.

Best of all, you’ll be sailing north with some travel buddies, the majestic humpback whales!

Make a home for yourself in Moreton Bay

There are plenty of options throughout the region for those looking for a more private stay. Moreton Bay Region has accommodation for every budget, and excellent quality service and care. Most facilities provide free WiFi, approachable and friendly staff, and fantastic beachside views.


Oaks Mon Komo offers gymnasium facilities, an outdoor infinity pool, 24hr reception, dry-cleaning services, and has a restaurant and bar facilities. Oaks Mon Komo is just minutes’ walk from Sutton’s Beach and Redcliffe Parade, and is home to much of Redcliffe Peninsula’s nightlife. If you’re in Redcliffe on a Sunday, Redcliffe Parade will be filled to the brim with local produce from the stalls of the locally famous Redcliffe Jetty Markets.

Bribie Island

Those looking to stay up at Bribie Island should look at On the Bay Luxury Apartments, which is ideally situated in Bongaree with plenty of local options for food, shopping, and entertainment.

Fairways Golf & Beach Retreat in Woorim, Bribie Island, is further north but makes up for it with fantastic entertainment opportunities for the whole family and a wide range of different room options.

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Looking for more things to do and see? Pop into one of the region's Accredited Visitor Information Centres, the volunteers have a wealth of local knowledge.

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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.