Guides & Map Downloads

Nestled in between the world-famous holiday destination of the Sunshine Coast and Queensland's capital city Brisbane, Moreton Bay Region is ready to offer you the best of all worlds with it's laidback bayside lifestyle, world class events calendar and quirky hinterland villages.

Moreton Bay Region “bucket list”

Famous for its diversity, create your own Moreton Bay Region “bucket list” and discover the wonders of this enchanting region. Journey along the road less travelled to peaceful seaside towns and rural communities, each boasting a distinctly unique character.

Throughout this guide you’ll find places to soak up the sun at pristine beaches, cool off in hidden swimming holes, hike national parks, feast on Moreton Bay Bugs, discover your own secret fishing spot and savour the natural beauty around every corner.

View the Moreton Bay Region Visitor Information Guides below or pick-up a copy at one of our Visitor Information Centres, to start drafting your "bucket list"!

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Local Moreton Bay Region Maps

It's easy to get lost in the beauty that is the Moreton Bay Region, from bayside to mountain hinterland, you'll be spoilt for choice. To make it easier for you, we've collated a list of our top trails and spots to explore, maps for day trippers and links to National Park 4WD trails, ready for you to download and use. Pull on your boots and pack that beach towel, get ready to explore!

Click on the images below to download your desired local map!

Museum and Gallery Guide

The Moreton Bay Region is home to a thriving network of galleries and museums. From the calming shores of Bribie Island to the pristine bushland of Whiteside, these venues deliver enjoyable and immersive experiences of cultural significance.

Each offers a changing and diverse program of temporary exhibitions, as well as semi-permanent displays. Exhibitions also include objects from Moreton Bay Regional Council Art and Heritage Collections, showcasing the vision, diversity and character of the region. The exciting range of public programs - including artist talks, workshops and engaging self-paced activities - are for all ages and abilities.

Moreton Bay Regional Council's galleries and museums are free, so come soon and explore the unique culture of the Moreton Bay Region.

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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.