Explore the aquatic playground and marine sanctuary that is Moreton Bay and Islands, encompassing 125 kilometres of stunning blue waters from Bribie Island in the North to the Southern Bay Islands of the Redlands. Brimming with natural wonders and home to two of the world's largest sand islands - Moreton Island and North Stradbroke Island - this diverse paradise is famous for its white sandy beaches, rugged coastlines and array of outdoor activities. Nature lovers will be inspired to explore the assortment of habitats from the playful ocean life to the soaring sand dunes and abundant wetlands. These surroundings provide
Salt Water Murris - Quandamooka Art Gallery is predominately comprised of artists who are direct descendents of the original Nunukul, Ngugi and Gorenpul clans of the Moreton Bay (Quandamooka) region. Each artwork in the gallery tells a story depicted through the combination of design and colour special to the beautiful surrounds of the Quandamooka people and they provide a window into the history and lives and the environment of the people and of the region. The Aboriginal people are the custodians of the land and the Quandamooka people have lived on the Island for over 20,000 years. SWMQ is the
Sails Restaurant and Function Centre is a spectacular art deco structure surrounded by beautiful parklands, with uninterrupted ocean views over Moreton Bay. Located only 35 minutes from Brisbane's Central Business District with its ideal location, highly experienced and friendly staff, exceptional seasonal menus and world class dining, Sails is the perfect beachside venue for any occasion.