Headed our way? Make a day of it!

Discover the wonders of this enchanting region by turning your farm trip into a full day adventure.

Hit the road and explore our boutique country towns and seaside villages. Stopping to take in the natural beauty, sample the foodie offerings and learn a little of our local history.

If  bringing the kids, be sure to pack bikes, scooters or just comfortable walking shoes, as our regions has an abundance of tracks and trails waiting to be explored!  Or visit one of the local hobby farms to cuddle a llama or hand feed a goat.

For more ideas on things to do on your day trip to the farm, Visit Moreton Bay

Farm Animal Encounters

Hand feed a llama, cuddle an alpaca and get your photo taken with Gypsy the camel at White Ridge Farms.

Pack a picnic (don’t forget the strawberries!)
and have a relaxing day at the farm.

Open every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday,
from 9am till 3pm.

Vineyard Tours

When it comes to vineyard tours, you can’t go past Ocean View Estates Winery at Mount Mee.

The winemakers (viticulturists) and brewmasters at Ocean View Brewing Company will be delighted to share their passion for their crafts.

Vineyard and brewery tours operate daily at 11.00am and cost $5.00.

Ride the Rails

Trains have a long history in the Moreton Bay Region. The Woodford Railway brings that history to life with memorabilia, educational displays and the chance to take a ride on a real train on the first and third Sunday of each month.

It’s a charming day out for everyone from train enthusiasts to railway novices, located in the
peaceful town of Woodford.

On the Bay Adventure

Bribie’s Moreton Bay Jetski Hire & Ride invite you
to experience the natural wonders of the
Pumicestone Passage, departing from Spinnaker Sound Marina and combining the thrill of Bribie
Island jet ski riding while exploring marine
eco-systems and encountering native birdlife.

No license? No worries! You don’t need any jet ski riding experience for this adventure!

Butterfly House Tour

Dedicated to increasing the butterfly population on Bribie Island, the Butterfly House is a not-for-profit community of passionate volunteers, sharing their knowledge and experience on butterfly-attracting plants, how to care for butterflies and the benefits of other small garden insects.

The Butterfly House is open every Sunday and Wednesday 10am till 4pm.

Beach 4WDing Experience

For a true blue Aussie experience worth remembering, book yourself a fun, friendly and relaxing, fully-guided, Bribie Island 4WDing beach and national park tour courtesy of G’day Adventure Tours, located on Bribie Island.

With over 15 years’ local knowledge and experience, you can rest assured you won’t miss out on any Bribie Island highlights.