You’ve checked into Moreton Bay Beach Lodge, unpacked your bags and are now unwinding by sipping on a refreshing beverage and embracing the relaxing atmosphere that naturally resonates from our breathtaking waterfront views.
Now, your thoughts turn to: ‘what can I do now that I’m here?’ When you have unique accessibility to both beautiful Moreton Bay and the idyllic surrounding Redlands there is, quite simply, much to do!
The natural beauty of the Moreton Bay region is an entire smorgasbord of relaxation, laid back activities and more intoxicating adrenaline-induced exploration and adventure.
We certainly don’t want you to become overwhelmed though, therefore we explore: 6 Ways You Can Make Your Trip to Moreton Bay Marvellous:
Tangalooma Day Trip
With over 18,000 humpback whales migrating along the east coast between June and November, these beautiful mammals are certainly something to watch out for at Moreton Bay. During whale season take the catamaran Tangalooma Island Resort Whale Watching Cruise that (money back!) guarantees a sighting.
Sail Moreton Bay
You can also embark on an enchanting 5-hour day cruise with Aria Cruises around Moreton Bay and keep an eye out for other sea creatures like dolphins, turtles and dugongs.
If you’d like to undertake your own little independent adventure Moreton Bay Beach Lodge have free kayaks for you to venture out into the picturesque Moreton Bay.
Also, ask us about a private boat excursion too for a spot of fishing, where you can glimpse the sunset over your fishing line.
You also have an abundance of Moreton Bay beaches to relax upon, while there’s a multitude of water sports to entertain the adrenaline junkie.
Indulge in Local Dining
You have probably heard about the renowned Moreton Bay bugs but did you know that Cleveland is a remarkable hub for wining and dining too?
Locally renowned restaurants include on-the-shore favourites like The Grand View Hotel, The Lighthouse Restaurant and The Courthouse Restaurant, (overlooking Cleveland Point) along with an abundance of neighbouring Raby Bay Harbour eateries that cater to every culinary urge.
Local winery Sirromet also boasts some mouth-watering fine-dining experiences, including atmospheric alfresco favourite Tuscan Terrace and Sirromet’s Cellar Door, with live music performances to swing to. There’s a 5-course Tasting Menu at their award-winning Restaurant Lurleen’s as well, which is the epitome of fine-dining excellence.
The world’s second largest sand island
For something spectacular catch a ferry, (a short 1km walk from Moreton Bay Beach Lodge) for a day trip exploration of the world’s second largest sand island: the stunning subtropical North Stradbroke Island. With its assortment of wildlife, open beaches, lakes and lagoons it’s an absolute treasure trove of relaxation and excitement.
Straddie Kingfisher Tours offers 6-hour 4WD eco-touring, kayaking adventures, snorkeling experiences and sand boarding (snowboarding Queensland style!) amongst other adrenaline induced pursuits and endeavours. Learn more. http://www.straddiekingfishert...
For the complete Redlands Aussie bush experience
For the complete Redlands Aussie bush experience there is no beating Redlands IndigiScapes Centre in Capalaba that encapsulates 14 hectares of immersive nature reserve.
There’s a botanic garden of locally native plant life, amongst 13 other display gardens that encourage travellers to learn the unique customs of the local indigenous people. Numerous walking trails and viewing platforms, a beautiful dam and delicious bush tucker cuisine from the Bushtucker Experiences Cafe complete a truly eye-opening outdoorsy experience.
So, Unwind in Luxury…Then Indulge In Discovery by checking into Morton Bay Beach Lodge: your stepping stone to discovering the heart of Redlands, Stradbroke Island and beyond.