Look out for the ‘Community Welcomes Recreational Vehicles’ signage on your next trip and rest easy knowing that your destination is equipped to welcome you and your caravan, camper trailer, motorhome or campervan.
These towns have made a commitment to offer easily accessible long vehicle short term parking within the town centre and have clear directional signage to their local visitor information centre.
Located between the beautiful beaches of the Sunshine Coast and Queensland’s capital city Brisbane, Moreton Bay Region is just a short drive from both offering the opportunity to take a short break or a real getaway. Whether you are after the laidback bayside lifestyle, a world class events calendar or quirky hinterland villages, Moreton Bay has something for everyone.
Moreton Bay Region has over 10 art galleries and 20 museums, plus interactive historical walks, so there’s something to cater for everyone’s cultural palette.
If music is your thing make sure you stop by Bee Gee’s Way, a multi-media celebration that honours the world famous pop group located off Redcliffe Parade, Bee Gees way is a multi-media celebration of the Gibb brothers’ phenomenal career and their links to Redcliffe.
For those history buffs check out the Caboolture Historical Village, a massive collection of over 110000 historical items restored and displayed within more than 70 buildings in a pioneer village setting covering 12 acres, or Old Petrie Town, the Pine Rivers Heritage Museum that encourages visitors to explore the district’s historic character through the permanent and every changing special displays. Every Sunday Old Petrie Town plays host to the Petrie Markets with stalls selling unique handicrafts, second hand books, fresh produce, and many other local goodies.
The region is also home to some incredible hikes, spectacular water holes, beautiful beaches and unmissable photo opportunities. While there are too many to list some of our favourites include Rocky Hole in the granite filled gullies of Mount Mee, the Gayundah shipwreck at Woody Point, the D’Aguilar National Park and Iron Bark Gully located in the Samford Conservation Park. There are also plenty of opportunities to get on the water with North Pine River, Lake Kurwongbah, Hays Inlet, Pumicestone Passage and Caboolture River perfect for kayaking and whale watching tours leaving from Redcliffe during the season.
Moreton Bay Region has a diverse and exciting range of festivals across the year. Some of the highlights include the Woodford Folk Festival, the Redcliffe KiteFest, the Oyster Festival, the Abbey Medieval Festival, the Moreton Kids Festival, and the Redcliffe Festival of Sales.
Donnybrook Caravan Park provides the perfect get-away holiday in a peaceful seaside village. Launch your boat from the adjacent boat ramp and cruise out into the picturesque Pumicestone Passage for a fun-filled day on the water.
Return to your powered site in the afternoon and enjoy a relaxing barbeque or head to the local bowls club for a meal.
Situated on the northern tip of the beautiful Redcliffe Peninsula with absolute water frontage, this park is happily positioned between the local yacht club on one side and a perfectly located park on the other, and just a short 400m stroll from the famous Morgan’s Seafood restaurant.
Scarborourgh Holiday Village offers a range of accommodation from powered sites through to 2-bedroom villas and modern convenient facilities.
Beachmere RSL Caravan Park
This unique seaside village lies on the shores of Moreton Bay, near the estuary of the Caboolture River offering a pleasant beach and good fishing.
Beachmere Caravan Park is located only a short walk to the beach in one direction and all your shopping and entertainment needs in the other with a range of powered and unpowered sites.
Bells Caravan Park
Bells Caravan Park is a small park offering powered sites only, suitable for the travelling tourist in a superb location, opposite Bells Beach.
Enjoy a walk along the waterfront, fish from the nearby Hornibrook bridge fishing platforms, enjoy a relaxing barbeque or head to the nearby bowls club for a meal.
Bongaree Caravan Park
Bongaree Caravan Park offers a tranquil base just across the road from the famous Pumicestone passage, home to dolphins, dugongs, turtles and plenty of fish.
The park has a variety of accommodation, from camping to caravans, as well as on site holiday villas and cottages.
Silver Shores Caravan Park
Silver Shores Caravan Park offers powered and unpowered sites, as well as on-site caravans. The park has a barbecue, laundry, two boat ramps and individual sullage connections are available.
Located an easy walking distance to beach, marina, and restaurant / seafood market this is an ideal holiday location.
Toorbul Caravan Park
Toorbul Caravan Park the ideal getaway spot for the fishing and water sports enthusiast, located adjacent pristine waters of the Pumicestone Passage.
Boat ramp, fishing supplies, convenience store and tavern are all within 400 metres of the park in this peaceful seaside community.
Moreton Bay Hinterland Visitor Information Centre – 127 Archer Street, Woodford QLD 4514
Bribie Island Visitor Information Centre – Benabrow Ave, Bellara QLD 4507
Caboolture Visitor Information Centre – BP North Travel Centre, Bruce Highway, Burpengary QLD 4505
Visit Moreton Bay – 55 Miller Street, Kippa-Ring QLD 4021
Pine Rivers Visitor Information Centre – Gympie Road, Strathpine QLD 4500
Caboolture Historical Village Visitor Information Centre – Beerburrum Road, Caboolture QLD 4510
Clontarf Visitor Information Centre – Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf QLD 4019
February 12, 2018