Whether it is a day at a patrolled beach, a cruise on Moreton Bay, a spot of whale watching, a sedate drive in the D’Aguilar mountains or a visit to the markets, this region could be just what you are seeking.
Bribie Island is Queensland’s only island linked to the mainland by a bridge, spanning Pumicestone Passage, which is part of Moreton Bay Marine Park. This beautiful and environmentally sensitive stretch of water is home to dugongs, dolphins and 350 species of migratory birds.
Redcliffe is surrounded on three sides by the waters of Moreton Bay, Bramble Bay and Deception Bay and fully utilises its prime water location with water sports, fishing or just plain beach going.
The region is steeped with history and our heritage has been carefully preserved and celebrated in working historical villages where you can immerse yourself in culture and learn of our humble beginnings.
Bring your own bike or hire one to tour around the networks connecting many parks and gardens both on the foreshores and in the scenic urban areas. This is an ideal way to enjoy the great outdoors and see it up close. Bushwalking through the D’Aguilar National Park, which is rich in native flora and fauna, is a wonderful day out to appreciate what makes Australia such a colourful country.