Uncover the fascinating tales woven into the fabric of Moreton Bay's history and heritage. Delve into the stories of the past as you explore heritage sites, museums, and cultural landmarks that bring the region's rich heritage to life. Get ready for a journey that will ignite your imagination and deepen your connection to the roots of this remarkable place.
In 1841 the Archer brothers established Durundur station along the Stanley River, near where Woodford now stands. After the lease of Durundur expired in October 1878, some land was thrown open for selection.
Just a day-trip from Brisbane, adventure awaits all at Old Petrie Town. Explore the amazing collection of historic buildings in this pre 1930’s town, and the assortment of vendors that operate within them. Discover the history through a museum tour, enjoy a meal at the pub or explore the Sunday markets.
Although closer to Brisbane than most other areas in the Pine Rivers Shire, the secluded Samford valleys of the upper reaches of the South Pine River were not settled until the mid-1850s.
Uncover north Brisbane’s history in a range of Heritage Talks and Walks in the Moreton Bay Region. From the founding of Deception Bay to treasures from World War I.