Fun ways to enjoy the holidays with your family in Moreton Bay
Summer is here and now is the perfect time to get out and about with the kids, and what better way to enjoy the warmer weather then by exploring your own backyard in the Moreton Bay region!
The holidays are just around the corner, and Moreton Bay families are spoiled for things to see and do, with an abundance of beautiful natural attractions and places to explore!
We’ve compiled our list of the best ways to enjoy the holidays with your family in Moreton Bay:
Swim and explore the beaches at Bribie Island
Summer has arrived and the days are heating up, so now is the perfect time for some family fun in the sun! Pumicestone Passage at Bribie Island is a protected marine park and a popular local spot for sports enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Here you can swim, take a guided kayak tour, wind or kitesurf lesson, hire a ‘BBQ boat’ or float along on a Bribie Island Gondola. You can also get the sand between your toes at Bongaree Beach, which features gentle waters and a sandy beach perfect young family. Along the beach edge you can take advantage of all the facilities on offer at Brennan Park, including BBQ’s, picnic shelters and a flying fox. Don’t forget to slip, slop, and slap on some sunscreen!
Animal adventure at White Ridge Farm, Elimbah
The whole family can get up close and personal with all of their favourite farm animals at White Ridge Farm in Elimbah. Kids will love interacting with these friendly farm friends including goats, sheep, ducks, chickens, alpacas, miniature horses and pigs, who roam free across twenty acres of wide-open green spaces and paddocks. You can also play agame of mini golf at their new putt-putt course!
Make learning fun at Caboolture Historical Village
For a fun-filled day of learning, the Caboolture Historical Village is the place to be! Travel back in time to an era before mobile phones and social media, discovering history and culture in the old-time post office, barber, butcher shop and general store. Little ones can learn how old water pumps, butter churns and typewriters work dairy or take a thrilling ride on the steam train.
Bush walk at Sheep Station Creek Conservation Park
One of the best kept bushwalking secrets of Moreton Bay, the Sheep Station Creek Conservation Park is the perfect easy escape into nature. This bushland reserve is home to many different native birds, reptiles and animals, including the koala, wallaby, short-beaked echidna, possum. There are three easy-level walking trails to explore.
Check out the Bribie Island Butterfly House
Beautiful butterflies of all colours and species await at the Bribie Island Butterfly House! Around 1,000 butterflies are housed in this unique outdoor sanctuary, where you can stroll through and watch as the vibrant coloured creatures fly peacefully around you.
Picnic and play at Centenary Lakes Park
Just off Morayfield Road and located on the banks of the Caboolture River, Centenary Lakes features beautiful parklands teeming with wildlife, and is the perfect destination for your next family day out. With playgrounds, wildlife including cockatoos and ducks, picnic shelters, BBQ’s and large grassy areas for the kids to play, there’s also a network of pathways to ride bikes and scooters.
The perfect lifestyle for families at Kinma Valley
Kinma Valley is set to be a unique family-friendly neighbourhood, that blends seamlessly with green open spaces. With sprawling parks, adventure playgrounds and more than 6 kilometres of walking and cycling paths for plenty of family fun, Kinma Valley will be the perfect place to gather with neighbours, make new friends and embrace the natural environment.
Learn more about living well at Kinma Valley here.