The Moreton Bay Region is one of South East Queensland’s most diverse areas, spanning more than 2037 square kilometres from Samford and Arana Hills to Redcliffe, Bribie Island, Caboolture, Dayboro, Woodford and Mt Mee.
Select from a wide range of outdoor activities, wildlife experiences and inspiring natural beauty.
Located just north of the Queensland capital, Brisbane and immediately south of the Sunshine Coast. In the west the region shares common borders with Somerset Region.
Check out upcoming events in the Moreton Bay region or register your event in our events calendar.
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A range of information about permits, patrols and marine rescue as well as details of all beaches within the region.
Caboolture Hub gives business, community and individuals a new destination for meetings, conferences, learning and visual arts.
Council operates five caravan parks in the Moreton Bay Region.
This state-of-the-art facility has a modern library and community centre, three levels of commercial office space and undercover car parking.
Moreton Bay Region's cultural services offers a fantastic range of cultural experience. From museums and historical villages to art galleries and heritage trails.
Provides links to the Region's unique history & heritage, including photograph collections and heritage museums.
Whether visiting or seeking a recreational route for your weekend visit to the shops, we can provide you with the knowledge to get you where you want to go in Moreton Bay region.
Moreton Bay Region has a diverse range of open spaces, parks and gardens to help build a healthy, active and connected community.
The Redcliffe Cultural Centre is an exciting performing and creative arts space that caters for the cultural needs of local and regional audiences.
With a variety of quality sporting grounds, facilities and recreational opportunities available, there is sure to be a sporting or social club to suit your need.
Contact details for local visitor information centres in the region.