Tours Attractions Attractions Sandgate - Holiday Gold Coast


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Iceworld Boondall

2304 Sandgate Road, Boondall QLD 4034

Iceworld™ Olympic Ice Rinks have been part of the Brisbane landscape for over 30 years, providing exclusive access to Olympic size ice rinks on the north and south side of Brisbane. Whether you're a beginner or an expert Iceworld™ will soon be your favourite entertainment venue.

As you enter the rink, you'll escape the intense Queensland heat and instantly feel refreshed and revitalized. The music will excite you, the lights will dazzle you, the skating will surprise you and most importantly you'll be as cool as ice!
Both rinks have a fully stocked skate shop…so no need to panic if you forget your socks or gloves! Better still, both rinks have a cosy coffee shop so if you're beginning to feel the cold, you can enjoy a hot drink, whilst you sit back, relax and view all the fast-paced action on the ice! 


School Holidays / Public Holidays & Sunday Session
Adults - $19.00 (includes skate hire)
Child - $17.00 (includes skate hire)
Under 5 - $11.00 (includes skate hire)

Public Session Monday to Saturday
Adults - $17.00 (includes skate hire)
Child - $15.00 (includes skate hire)
Under 5 - $11.00 (includes skate hire)

$12.00 (includes skate hire) 

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Sandgate Theatre

Sandgate Town Hall, Seymour Street, Sandgate QLD 4017

Amateur theatre has been performing at the Sandgate Town Hall since the 1958. At the time they started with a donation of £5,5s from the local Rotary group under the name The Sandgate Little Theatre Group. Currently operating under the name of Sandgate Theatre, our theatre group performs three major plays (2 or 3 act) plays a year, as well as:

  • The Theatre Restaurant - a musical play presented with a scrumptious three course meal,
  • The One Acts - a collection of one-act plays and skits put together in one performance, and
  • The Yarrageh Drama Festival, with amateur theatre groups from throughout South-East Queensland presenting their best one-act plays here at Sandgate.

Our plays range from hilarious comedies to serious dramas.

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Sandgate & District Historical Society & Museum

150 Rainbow Street, Sandgate QLD 4017

In the 1880s the museum building housed Mohoupts’ General Store and a local funeral business. In 1993 the building was purchased by the Society and officially opened as a museum in 1994. The Society\\'s collection is housed in an air-conditioned, single storey brick building. The museum features a wall display of chronological history; a thematic display under glass; various free-standing historical items; a small library of books, video tapes and slides; a large paper collection on file of localities and identities; and a large collection of photographs. Historical books produced by the Society and souvenirs are on sale. The Society provides guided tours of local historical areas and lectures delivered at local schools.

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Flight Experience - Brisbane

25 Boronia Road, Brisbane Airport QLD 4008

Flight Experience™ was the original flight simulator business to ‘open the cockpit to the world’. We are the world leader in flight simulation entertainment, and we now offer pilot training with simulators developed specifically for training schools and airlines.

Flight Experience™ has eleven operations in seven countries and will open two more in the USA and China in 2013. Our stores are on centrally located in capital city sites in Australia (Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney), France (Paris), Hong Kong, Kuwait, Singapore, Thailand (Bangkok) and Indonesia (Jakarta)

In 2011 we were approved as a Boeing ‘Official Licenced Product’ and we marked the end of the year by flying our 100,000th satisfied client. By the beginning of 2013 this had risen to over 120,000! We offer a professional service combined with an exciting experience that is not easily forgotten.

Flight Experience™ is owned by Pacific Simulators 2010 Limited, based in Christchurch, New Zealand. Although each store is individually owned and operated, Pacific Simulators is responsible for many aspects of the retail operations including manufacturing, maintenance, technical support, sales and marketing, recruitment, training and business development.

Opening Hours
Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm
Sat & Sun 10am - 6pm



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Ella Bache - Aspley

Shop 2, Fountain Shopping Centre, 1344 Gympie Rd, Aspley QLD 4034





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Ella Bache - Chermside

Shop 1089, Westfield Shoppingtown, Gympie Road, Chermside QLD 4032

Our salon is so professional, beautiful and peaceful that we will take away your stress and worries! Our goal is to ensure you receive the best treatment to complete your wellbeing!

Stay briefly or for the whole day — Our highly qualified Therapists will create a relaxing environment to rejuvenate your skin, body and spirit, leaving you feeling amazing!

Our skin treatments include; Ella Baché Facial treatments, Waxing, Pedicures, Manicures, Lash & Brow Tints, Spray Tanning, Body treatments, Massages & Indulgent Packages. We also offer Micro Dermabrasion and IPL*.

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Body Essence

Shop 6, 359 Gympie Road, Kedron QLD 4031

FEEL GORGEOUS : Offering the ultimate in skin and body treatments especially designed to release tension, pamper and nurture the whole body, bring tranquility, balance and harmony in our busy lives. We believe beauty comes from within and whilst our skin care products and treatments look after the outside, they also work on the inside, releasing stress and tension and providing balance and harmony through the power of essential oils.

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Pure Indulgence - Chermside

Shop 241, Chermside Westfield Shoppingtown Gympie Road, Chermside QLD 4032

Step into our haven of tranquillity, with a soft candle lit atmosphere, calming music and the pleasant aroma of essential oils. Stress and worries melt away, under the care of the Pure Indulgence Beauty Therapists.Chermside-Beauty-Salon

Each facial treatment is tailored to suit your skins needs, making every treatment unique and effective, gaining results every time. Every facial includes a skin analysis, which enables our Therapists to meet the changing needs of your skin on each visit. A skincare routine will be recommended, to help achieve and maintain the desired results, in conjunction with salon treatments.Using industry renowned skin care brands Dermalogica, MD Formulations, Priori, Bare Escentuals Mineral Make-up and the all naturally derived, proudly Australian made range; Yuva.

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Aspley Hypermarket Shopping Centre

59 Albany Creek Road, Aspley QLD 4034

Aspley Hypermarket is a sub-regional shopping centre located near the intersection of Gympie and Albany Creed Roads in Aspley, just 13km north of Brisbanes CBD. The centre opened in 1984 and extended in 1995 to include the addition of 'Toys R Us', additional specialty stores and a 250 seat food court.

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Chermside Hyperbowl

Shop 302, Westfield Shopping Town, Corner Gympie & Hamilton Road, Chermside QLD 4032

For over 50 years Australians have enjoyed the unique fun that Tenpin Bowling offers. People of any age can bowl and it’s so easy to learn to play. Hit the lanes and within minutes you‘ll be knocking down the pins and having a great time.

We provide all the equipment including the balls and shoes, you just need to bring yourself and socks! We also have automatic computer scoring to keep track of every player on your lane so you can see who’s the champion bowler in your group!

We’re open  7 days a week from early morning ‘til late at night and we’re air-conditioned with a modern cafe so you can enjoy a meal and a drink during or after your game. We have great music, video clips and disco lighting to add to the fun atmosphere.

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AMF Bowling - Kedron

278 Gympie Road, Kedron QLD 4031

Welcome to AMF Bowling, home to the fun of ten-pin bowling! We have 45 centres across Australia and New Zealand, all delivering action-packed entertainment: state-of-the-art sound systems, arcade games and amusements, great food and excellent value. Get into life in the fast lane with AMF Bowling - there's a centre near you!

Service & Facilities:

    20 bowling lanes
    Birthday Parties
    Corporate and Group Functions
    Special Offers
    Café seating for 50 people
    Amusement machines and pool table

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Aspley 10 Pin Bowl

149 Albany Creek Road, Aspley QLD 4034

Aspley 10 Pin Bowl is the ultimate entertainment destination for social and league bowling, karaoke, children’s birthday parties, corporate and social functions and arcade games. Fully licensed and open 9am till late, so come dine in, drink and party with your friends soon. Fully automated scoring, bumper lanes, large projector screens and a full service kitchen. Have your next social event here, we supply the lot; bowling, catering, music, friendly staff and we take care of the clean up after the event!

A great way to say thank you! An ideal gift for special occasions like Christmas, Mother’s Day, Birthdays and special events. An Aspley Gift voucher can be used for tenpin bowling and in the café. The full value of the voucher must be used in the one visit. Vouchers are available for purchase at Aspley Bowl or you can phone 3263 8848 and pay by credit card and we mail the voucher to you.

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Carlo Fishing Charters

20 Lucille Street, Boondall QLD 4034

The Carlo offers comfort and convenience in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Karl Kleimeyer the ships owner and master has 27 years experience fishing the swain region, eight years fishing the Gulf and Arnhem Land waters and 10 years fishing Papua New Guinea waters. For 27 years, the Carlo has been a family run business, and we pride ourselves on our personalized service.

The Carlo was built in Karl’s back yard at Cabbage Tree Creek and it took four years to build her. Karl’s Dad organised the timber, the boat builders and materials producing a very strong, seaworthy vessel. Karl’s Mum christened the Carlo, which was a very proud moment. It was just a shame Karl’s Dad was not alive to witness it.

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Queens Park

Abarth Street and Gympie Road, Chermside QLD 4032

It was originally established to commemorate the centenary of European settlement in 1888 and has three giant Moreton Bay figs that may be older than the park itself.

The park features many sporting fields bordered by sandstone outcrops and established trees with a number a City backdrops.

A viewing area located the sandstone ridge on the eastern edge of the Park provides spectacular views over Queens Park and across to the city.

Queens Park is also home to some of the oldest and largest trees in Centennial Parklands. The Park was planted in the 1890s and 1930s with Moreton Bay and Port Jackson figs, Monterey Pines, araucarias and Holm Oaks. There are three giant Moreton Bay Figs in Queens Park estimated to be older than the park itself. The park also boasts several striking coral trees.

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Laserzone Brisbane

561 Gympie Road, Lawnton QLD 4501

Laser Tag is a high-tech sport where players wearing computerised vests or packs and handheld "phasers" attempt to achieve a winning score by zapping opponent players, base stations, and other targets within a playing arena or maze.

After players put on their packs, the players move into the arena and the missions is started by the central computer. The packs will activate allowing the player to fire their phaser at opponent packs and arena devices such as base stations. Each pack has sensors on the front, back, shoulders and phaser. Zapping these areas will award points while deactivating the tagged opponent for a short time. At the end of the mission, the packs shutdown automatically and the players return to the kit-up room. Score information is displayed on the scoreboard in the foyer. You can even get a print-out your own individual scorecard!

Each mission consists of 8 minutes of actual arena time. We allow a 4 minute change-over and kit-up time. For your first mission, there will also be a 5 minute briefing where Laserzone staff will explain the operation of the packs and arena devices as well as outlining the safety rules.

When you play more than one mission, you will have a 12 minute rest between your missions.

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Endota Day Spa Nundah

Shop 11, 1 Aspinall Street, Nundah QLD 4012

Day spa heaven awaits, nestled within the northern suburbs of Brisbane. Massage, facial, spa and body treatments are now available at endota’s newest spa in Nundah.

The endota Nundah spa experience features 6 treatment rooms in stunning eco-friendly surrounds. Double up for a Brisbane couples treatment in the double treatment room – experience footbaths, spa body wraps and massage together. 

To ensure a heavenly spa visit, every time, endota employ highly qualified Brisbane massage and beauty therapists.  Select a remedial, relaxation or couples massage.  Brisbane spa staff with exceptional training are on hand to live up to their ‘down to earth friendly’ reputation, every time you spa.

The north Brisbane day spa experience also features treatments to deliver ahh-mazing results. With leading edge facial products from Dermalogica, endota and HydroPeptide, plus the latest skin resurfacing tools including hydro-microdermabrasion, Brisbane’s beauty salon treatments are elevated to the extraordinary.

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Murphy Road, Chermside QLD 4032

The kids will have a wonderful time at Kidspace in Chermside. There's an undercover bike play area as well as an imaginative playground, fairy tower and rocket control tower. Plus, there's a half court basketball area, a skating, BMX bike and rollerblading area, a cricket net or pitch and a rebound wall. A great facility for the family!

Osprey House Environment Centre

975 Dohles Rocks Road, Griffin QLD 4503
Osprey House Environment Centre is nestled on the banks of the Pine River amidst the branching arms of the mangroves. It melds as a part of this sensitive wetland area with its natural timber design, sweeping verandas and meandering boardwalks inviting everyone to explore almost secret locations and learn about the local fauna and flora. Cast your eyes across the river and wetlands from the viewing platforms and enjoy the ambience of the natural environment. So much wildlife inhabits this area that the you are spoiled for choice, whether it is birds on high, sleepy koalas in the gum trees, crabs in the mudflats or a dolphin playing in the river channel, each day offers unique surprises. The centre includes a theatre, an interpretive centre with information about our natural environment and how we can all make a difference, 400 metres of boardwalks and a barbecue and picnic area. Osprey House is situated close to where Ospreys regularly roost. These fish eating hawks may be seen at almost any time in daylight hours, soaring over the river, diving into the water to catch fish, or carrying fish back to their nest and feeding site atop a 21 metre raptor pole.
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Sandgate War Memorial Park

8 Seymour Street, Sandgate QLD 4017
Sandgate's war memorial resembles Lutyens' Cenotaph in Whitehall, the site of Remembrance Sunday ceremonies in London since 1919. Governor Sir Matthew Nathan unveiled Sandgate's 91 tonne granite and concrete memorial on 24 February 1924. Of the 330, mostly young, Sandgate men who went to war, 51 died. Australia-wide, about one in five of the 300,000 volunteer soldiers died in WWI. War memorials were a matter of local pride, indicating a district's patriotism and wealth. Sandgate Mayor WH Bowser not only presided over the memorial's organising committee which commissioned prominent Queensland architect George Gray Prentice to design the £850 monument, but also donated much of the granite from his Samford quarry. Charles Lowther, of the masonry firm Lowther and Sons that built the cenotaph within a small island of parkland, was a returned soldier: he'd served in the Light Horse in Palestine during WWI. The memorial bears a verse- They died, and yet in memory shall they live, That we may know the worth of sacrifice, Know that their death is freedom's cause, Stands as a beacon light to point the way, To paths of peace. Names of Sandgate residents killed in WWII, Malaya, Korea and Vietnam have been added.
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Boondall Wetlands Reserve

Paperbark Drive, via Bicentennial Road, Boondall QLD 4034
Boondall Wetlands lies on the edge of Moreton Bay between Nudgee Beach, Boondall and Shorncliffe and includes more than 1,000 hectares of tidal flats, mangroves, saltmarshes, melaleuca wetlands, grasslands, open forests and woodlands. The Indigenous Australians have lived at Boondall Wetlands for a long time and continue to have links with this land. The Nurri Millen art totems in the wetlands celebrate this culture. Boondall Wetlands has a diversity of wildlife. Mammals that live there include flying foxes, bats, possums and squirrel gliders. There are also a variety of frogs, reptiles and butterflies to be found within the reserve. An amazing variety of birdlife can also be found throughout the diverse vegetation types including mistletoe birds, tawny frogmouths, eastern curlews, kingfishers, rainbow bee-eaters, grass owls and wrens. At low tide, shorebirds feed on the mudflats. Cormorants, darters, egrets, ibis and herons can be seen year round. The Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre offers a range of displays and activities on the environmental and cultural heritage of the reserve for park visitors and organised groups. A track map brochure for Boondall Wetlands Reserve can be obtained from the Brisbane City Council Contact Centre.
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Nudgee Beach

Nudgee Beach Reserve, Nudgee Beach QLD 4014
Nudgee Beach is the closest beach to the Brisbane Central Business District. It offers a bike track that runs close by the Schulz Canal itself, and eventually reaches Toombul Shopping Centre (and from there, many other parts of Brisbane). Nudgee Beach is surrounded by numerous mangroves and the built up area is bordered to its north and west by the Boondall Wetlands.
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Tuckeroo Park

1558 Nudgee Road, Nudgee Beach QLD 4014
Tuckeroo Park includes a large, fenced dog off-leash area with water access for your dog to swim and a 'Doggy World' obstacle course. It is an 'adventure' park for dogs. You can also take your dog onto the tidal section of Nudgee Beach, as long as your dog is on a lead. This dog park is a favourite for many Brisbane residents. Nudgee Fishing Platform is located beside 'Doggy World'.
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Tabbil-ban Dhagun Mangrove Boardwalk (Place of Salt Water)

Nudgee Road, Boondall Wetlands Reserve, Nudgee Beach QLD 4014
The Boondall Wetlands lie on the edge of Moreton Bay between Nudgee Beach, Boondall and Shorncliffe. The wetlands include more than 1000 hectares of tidal flats, mangroves, salt marshes, melaleuca, grasslands, open forests and woodlands. This track passes through mangroves fringing the shores of Moreton Bay and the banks of Nudgee Creek. Birdlife abounds in the mangroves and a bird hide overlooks the tidal flats at the creek mouth. If you walk at low tide you will notice that these flats are vital feeding grounds for shorebirds. High and low tides in the mangroves reveal two very different worlds.

Redcliffe KiteFest

Pelican Park, Margate Beach QLD 4019
Get swept away at the 2016 Redcliffe KiteFest. Families will get swept away in the fun, colour and excitement of the annual Redcliffe KiteFest where kites of all shapes and sizes fill the sky. Featuring a program bursting with fun for the whole family, event patrons both young and old will be enthralled with the entertainment and activities on offer....

Cirque du Soleil Kooza

The Circuit, Brisbane Airport QLD 4008
Cirque du Soleil is delighted to announce the return of its trademark blue-and-yellow big top to Brisbane with an all-new production, Kooza. A sparkling, colourful homage to the traditions of circus, Kooza will open for a limited engagement at Skygate Brisbane Airport. Cirque du Soleil rediscovers its origins with the company’s eighth Big Top show to tour Australia. A return to the intimate and fundamental human elements of circus, Kooza combines thrilling acrobatic performance with the art of clowning. Follow The Innocent as he takes a journey of self-discovery through a comic kingdom of eccentric characters, electrifying thrills and out-of-the-box surprises....
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Billai dhagun Circuit (Place of She-Oaks)

Boondall Wetlands, Boondall QLD 4034
This track winds through many wetland communities. Observe the distinct changes in vegetation in response to salt levels. A bird hide is situated on the junction of Nundah and Cabbage Tree Creeks. Some of the Nurri Millen totems can be seen on this walk. Boondall Wetlands lies on the edge of Moreton Bay between Nudgee Beach, Boondall and Shorncliffe and includes approximately 1500 hectares of tidal flats, mangroves, salt marshes, melaleuca wetlands, grasslands, open forests and woodlands. ...
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Naracoopa Bed and Breakfast and Pavilion

99 Yundah Street, Shorncliffe QLD 4017
Naracoopa is all about location, luxury and tranquillity. This serene getaway in Shorncliffe, a northern suburb of Brisbane, is bordered by the natural beauty of Moreton Bay and Sandgate Foreshores. With close proximity to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre. Enjoy your seaside destination where comfort is the priority. Luxury accommodation provides two tastefully appointed bed and breakfast bedrooms with private verandahs and ensuites, designer decorated with fine linens, luxury beds, refrigerator, television, free wifi, tea, coffee and self catering facilities,. Take pleasure in their sumptuous healthy lite breakfast provisions with homemade bread & jams, homemade muesli, yoghurts, large platter of in season fruits; this is an invitation to unwind in style! The Pavilion is the addition for the traveller who needs more space and comfort for an extended stay. Includes all Bed and Breakfast amenities but, in the Pavilion, luxury is in the details! Provided is a fully equipped stainless steel kitchenette, superbly appointed lounge and bedroom with quality furnishings, free wireless, Foxtel digital, DVD/CD and a private deck close to the luxurious hot outdoor spa. Breakfast basket provisions can be requested for an extra fee. An ideal indulgent hideaway!...

Steven's Health Mentoring

6/ 457 Earnshaw Rd, Banyo QLD 4014
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38990 - Chermside QLD 4032
Chermside is unofficially recognised as the mini central business district of Brisbane's northern suburbs. The suburb is home to one of the largest shopping centres in the country - Westfield Chermside, providing shopaholics with plenty of retail therapy. It was the first shopping mall to be built in Australia and is as popular now as it was when it first opened to great fanfare back in 1957. The shopping centre contains hundreds of speciality stores as well as major national department chains. The latest Hollywood blockbuster can be caught at the huge cinema complex, and for lunch you will be spoilt for choice by a dizzying array of food outlets, restaurants and cafes. Outside of the shopping centre, busy Gympie Road also offers a great range of shops and stores to explore. Chermside locals enjoy a large network of parklands along beautiful Downfall Creek. A system of bikeways and footpaths connect various areas and allow visitors to enjoy the pleasant surroundings at leisure. Picnic and barbecue facilities are provided along with a pool, children's playground and historic war memorials. Chermside is just 10 minutes drive north of the Brisbane city centre with excellent public transport available. Accommodation options include hotels, motels and motor-inns....
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Sandgate War Memorial Park

8 Seymour Street, Sandgate QLD 4017
Sandgate's war memorial resembles Lutyens' Cenotaph in Whitehall, the site of Remembrance Sunday ceremonies in London since 1919. Governor Sir Matthew Nathan unveiled Sandgate's 91 tonne granite and concrete memorial on 24 February 1924. Of the 330, mostly young, Sandgate men who went to war, 51 died. Australia-wide, about one in five of the 300,000 volunteer soldiers died in WWI. War memorials were a matter of local pride, indicating a district's patriotism and wealth. Sandgate Mayor WH Bowser not only presided over the memorial's organising committee which commissioned prominent Queensland architect George Gray Prentice to design the £850 monument, but also donated much of the granite from his Samford quarry. Charles Lowther, of the masonry firm Lowther and Sons that built the cenotaph within a small island of parkland, was a returned soldier: he'd served in the Light Horse in Palestine during WWI. The memorial bears a verse- They died, and yet in memory shall they live, That we may know the worth of sacrifice, Know that their death is freedom's cause, Stands as a beacon light to point the way, To paths of peace. Names of Sandgate residents killed in WWII, Malaya, Korea and Vietnam have been added. ...
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39461 - Sandgate QLD 4017
This vibrant and historic seaside village continues to be popular with daytrippers thanks to its relaxed vibe, cute cafes, kitsch small bars, and coastal fun. The architectural beauty of both civic and residential buildings throughout Sandgate makes this coastal village one of Moreton Bay's heritage showpieces. Sandgate, located below the Redcliffe peninsula, was a popular seaside destination for Brisbane's colonial settlers in the late 1800s. Its rich historical past is a feature of the area today, with many homes and buildings reflecting the classic architectural styles of this bygone era. Take the opportunity to walk Sangate's Historical Trail featuring Sandgate Post Office, Railway Station and Pier and the famous clock at the Town Hall. Sunset over the Shorncliffe Pier is an absolute must, this 350 metre-long pier has stood since it was finished in 1884 is popular for morning jogs or evening strolls. Ordering fish 'n' chip from one of the bayside's many classic takeaway spots and making a picnic by the water is an excellent alternative. Sandgate is renowned for its thriving artistic and cultural community with many local theatre groups, artists, and musicians living and performing in the area. It's easy to catch live music in the area's small, trendy bars a few nights every week. The annual Bluewater Festival held over the Easter weekend in Lower Moora Park - Shorncliffe, attracts many visitors to watch the offshore start of the Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race. Nature lovers come to Sandgate to enjoy the mangrove, marine life sanctuaries and protected environmental parklands of Tinchi Tamba, Deagon and Boondall located to the west and south. Take a walk through the Boondall Wetlands and view the incredibly diverse birdlife....
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Bray Farm Park

Rivermint Street, Griffin QLD 4503
Located in Griffin, Bray Farm Park offers children an adventurous day of fun and exploring. This park has a Harry Potter theme that is perfect for entertaining children and their magical abilities. Hidden away in the Riverbreeze Estate of Griffin, this magical park allows children to escape into a world of wizardry. Bray Farm Park is surrounded by some of Moreton Bay’s greatest wildlife and nature. Children and families will become infatuated with the beautiful sounds of lively birds and if you are lucky enough you may even encounter a koala or kangaroo. One of the highlights of Bray Farm park is the playgrounds which are composed of wooden cubby houses connected by a swinging bridge, ramp and slide. Children can also enjoy hopping around on gigantic tomatoes and pumpkins that are scattered across the park. Other features include; climbing nets, bench seating, slides, rubbish bins and a concrete path for older children who would like to take their bikes or scooters. This park is also conveniently located nearby to the Osprey House Environmental Centre and Dohles Rock Reserve which makes for a great day out for children and their families. Please note there are no toilets....
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40293 - Boondall QLD 4034
Best known as the home of Brisbane's premier concert hall, entertainment centre and sporting complex, the suburb of Boondall is located approximately 20 minutes drive north-east of Brisbane's city centre. The suburb also harbours the Boondall Wetlands Park - an extensive system of important wetlands that partly encircles the Brisbane Entertainment Centre and Sports Complex. The Brisbane Entertainment Centre regularly hosts big name acts from overseas along with major shows and sporting events. Set beside a lake amongst the wetland paperbarks, the grounds of the Entertainment Centre are a great place for a picnic with barbecue facilities provided. For something a little different, you can strap on a pair of skates at the Sports Complex and take to the ice! At the Boondall Wetlands Park visitors can learn more about the area at the purpose-built Environmental Centre. At the Centre you can sign up for a range of activities including cycling adventures, guided walks, arts, crafts and indigenous cultural workshops. Winding through the wetlands are a system of boardwalks that allow visitors a closer look at this fragile and unique environment. Black ducks and wood ducks are regularly seen in the Wetlands. From September to March, the Wetlands become the home of migratory wading birds from as far away as Alaska, China and Japan. If you are feeling adventurous, you can take the walking path up to Anne Beasley's lookout. The walk is steep but the views are sensational. There are several hotels and motels in Boondall with a wide range of dining options in the suburbs nearby....