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The spirit of disco is well and truly Stayin’ Alive in Moreton Bay Region thanks to Council’s immersive audio and visual homage to the Bee Gees.
Caboolture Hub gives business, community and individuals a new destination for meetings, conferences, learning and visual arts.
Council has 5 caravan parks in the region offering travellers a choice of amazing beaches to bush camps.
These areas have been allocated for exercising dogs providing they are kept under effective control.
Community halls can be hired for various purposes, e.g. weddings, meetings, functions, recreational activities and celebrations.
Get more active through an exciting range of fitness, recreation and sport activities and workshops.
Application to name a park or recreation reserve under Council control.
Select from a range of outdoor activities, wildlife experiences and inspiring natural beauty.
A multitude of opportunities to enjoy parks and recreation spaces to help build a healthy and connected community.
So many options to enjoy sporting facilities, parks and recreation spaces that help build a healthy, active and connected community.
Council has installed sensors in John Scott Park to collect data that will help us plan and operate our parks for decades to come.
A multi-purpose centre comprising of five indoor timber sprung courts, a large indoor event space, meeting rooms and an onsite café.
Council has a number of pools and aquatic leisure centres across the region.
Queensland's premier equestrian facility with world class facilities including one of the country's largest covered sand arenas.
Council has many skate parks within the region from freestyle to street.
Whether you are interested in AFL or soccer, rugby league or tennis, our region offers a sport just for you.
Council's sports facilities may be closed due to adverse weather conditions, routine maintenance or major renovation works.
During the height of COVID lockdown, in March 2020, teddy bears of all shapes and sizes started popping up in windows right across Australia. Inspired by the movement Samford’s Mitterman family, created their own teddy trail through Arthur Williamson Park.