Looking for something to do with the rest of your weekend after Redcliffe Festival of Sails? Hatch a plan to explore the region.
There’s too much to see at Moreton Bay without taking the whole family out for the long weekend.
Book accommodation for the weekend in a fantastic location that you can use as a base while you explore the region or to slow down for the day.
Some great venues for your stay are:
For those planning to head out and see the sights, here’s some ideas to try:
Wildlife lovers take note: book a full-day cruise with Dolphin Wild Tours!
Feel the adrenaline while getting towed by a boom-net, go on a guided snorkelling tour, feed fish around the wrecks, and see the wildlife on a marine eco tour. While on the tour, the crew members will share their egg-stensive knowledge with you!
Say egG’Day to G’Day Adventure Tours! G’Day Adventure tours will take you around Bribie Island in an experience you won’t forget.
You’ll be hopping into a 4WD, kayaking, seeing some history at Fort Bribie’s WWII bunkers, and take a lookout for some local dolphins. Don’t miss this fantastic tour!
Be sure to see some more spectacular natural attractions, during your stay.
Quietly hidden at the southern end of the Bellthorpe Forest Reserve on the Conondale Ranges, Stony Creek is a boulder hopping paradise.
Voted as one of the top attractions to visit near Brisbane, Rocky Hole is a stunning swimming hole surrounded by open eucalypt forest to take a dip on a hot summer day.
Scarborough Beach Park is a beautiful family friendly park, with sandy beaches for water play, or multiple parks to keep the kids amused for hours of play.
Backing onto the beautiful Bunyaville State Forest Park, the Bunya Crossing Reserve swimming hole caters for all ages.