Visit Moreton BayMoreton Bay tourist drives
Driving your own pace is a great way to explore the beach and bayside peninsulas.
All with their own personalities and remarkable settings, the coastal villages offer warm and friendly surroundings, great for relaxing and let’s not forget the food.
A superb assortment of cafes and restaurants in the northern and southern areas with all tastes are catered for, from laid back casual to sophisticated and urbane.
Rich cultural history, art galleries and speciality shops are a natural magnet and then there are the markets brimming with craft and artworks of local artisans. Event days bring out the colour and character of the coastal and bayside communities and commemorate their significance.
Experiences are not limited to touring. Boating on the bay, exploring the islands and many inland waterways and wetlands, walking along boardwalks, and bush trails, cycling and strolling through the parklands and waterside paths are all part of the discovery.
The dugong, one of Moreton Bay’s most famous sea creatures, is the symbol to identify the route. The drive is well marked in both directions throughout its entire length with the distinctive brown and white dugong signs. These signs are unique to the Northern and Southern Moreton Bay Tourist Drives.
Download the Moreton Bay tourist drives brochure [PDF 1.5MB].