Considered as one of the biggest cities and capital of Queensland, Brisbane is indeed one of the favourite places to visit, both by locals and tourist in Australia. Offering a balance of city life with touches of nature that makes the city a redeeming place to visit, it also features several suburban areas that is worthy of a visit. A 2-hour Brisbane to Caboolture bus ride will bring you to a whole new world you’ll love to explore.
Although Brisbane is not as popular as Sydney and Melbourne, it boasts of some serious destination offerings both for those looking for some adventure and to its residents. What is not to love with the perfectly balanced appeal Brisbane offering? A buzzing city located a few steps away from a natural escape is truly a pleasant visit no one would miss.
The level or diversity from Brisbane to Caboolture is indeed superb and one of a kind. You can either explore the city with a bike tour and conquer every secret in its alleys and enchanting lanes. Tours by locals come in numbers so you’ll get a very realistic tour and history of its city, best described by its friendly residents. It is a perfect destination for solo travelers and families alike. The expanse of green natural surroundings is remarkable considering it is one of the fastest growing cities in Queensland. A series of visit to the Boondally Wetlands and the winding paths of the Brisbane River will make you fall in love with the city.
Spending time in Caboolture, is as charming as your stay in Brisbane. It’s rich and simple culture and history will easily make you feel at home. The region is also known to be the home of the Kabi Aboriginal people. The way of life in the area – fresh water produce, natural harvested fruits and hunting will give you your needed escape from the busy city life.
Festivities are also something your can look forward to at the home of the Carpet Snake. The Bunya Festivals celebrated every year during March is a feast and celebration that tourists and nearby locals are excited about. It features the bountiful harvest of the nuts of the Bunya Pine. A lot of singing, dancing, story-telling and arrange marriages will keep you entertained while in the area.
Doesn’t matter whatever time of the year you’ll be visiting, you’ll surely not get bored with some of the best things to do and explore next time you visit from Brisbane to Caboolture (and back) all year round.
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After a busy day in the city, you can easily hop on a cab and go to the nearby Moreton Bay for some whale watching experience. The Brisbane Whale Watching Vessel is one of the most popular options when it comes to getting close with these mammals. Its modern and specially-designed engine makes it possible to get close to the whales without irritating them with the vessels counts. A tasty feast of ham, seafood and salad concludes most of these activities.
One of the most iconic landmarks of Brisbane is its iconic River. It serves as the focal point of the attractions and activities in the city. A serene cruise ride via the Kookaburra River Queens is a favourite in the area. You’ll get a glimpse of the city from the vantage point of the water while you glide old-style, via a paddlewheel vessel that is not common in most cruises nowadays. This experience will bring you back to the early days of water navigation.
Despite being a bustling city, there are many water-related activities and sports to try in the city. Located at the offshores of Brisbane, Moreton Island is a lovely resort that offers an escape hub for Brisbane locals and wandering tourists. Laze away and bask without care under the sun or you can enjoy the upbeat fun and entertainment hosted by the stalls and resorts in the area. With more than 10 possible activities to do, Moreton Island spells nothing less but FUN!
If you are travelling with kids, you should not miss a visit to the Workshops Rail Museum. Kids will not only enjoy the interactive activities in the museum. They will also learn and get hands-on experience on the highlights and history of transportation in the city. You’ll be able to go as far ass the steam era up to the present time electronic models currently used in Brisbane today. Families should not miss this experience during their stay in the city.
Located north of the town center of Caboolture near the Bruce Highway sits a 4-hectare land that is home to the Caboolture Historical Village. It is considered as the top most visited destinations in the region. You’ll be able to go deeper in exploring and understanding the rich culture of the area and how the Caboolture community is formed. The Caboolture Shite Council Chambers also resides inside the village, together with its supporters and volunteers.
Feel close to the region as you discover more about its history when you visit the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology. The building itself is a beauty to behold, together with the 13th century medieval stained-glass collection located in the museum. With more than 500,000 years of human history featured in the local destination, you’ll see artifacts, jewelries and other memorabilia from the Renaissance period and during the industrial revolution.
If you would want to enjoy a relaxing morning stroll in Caboolture, the markets would be an ideal place to explore and visit. Enjoy local produce and souvenirs at a fraction of the price when you buy it from the stalls and shops located near the Cnr Beerburrum Road & Old Gympie Road. There is a huge parking area and entrance is free. Dining options are also plenty starting from breakfast to dinner.
Kids and adults alike will enjoy the fun adventure featured at the TAVAS Aviation Museum. Here is the home of the most unique aviation history in Australia. It is also the only museum in the whole of Australia that houses the collection of flying WWI aircrafts. There are also several aircrafts displayed in the museum that is only unique to the museum and cannot be seen anywhere else in the Southern Hemisphere.
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