Best Day Trips to Brisbane's Bayside

Take time out to discover Brisbane's beautiful bayside villages and beaches, from Scarborough down to Cleveland, with these 6 great day trips:

At the northern tip of the Redcliffe peninsula the picturesque seaside village of Scarborough is a destination well worth traveling the extra mile for.
Redcliffe, the red sand fringed peninsula that was once the number one seaside destination for holidaying Brisbane residents, is enjoying a renaissance, thanks to a world famous pop group and the rediscovery of its natural charms.

Historic Sandgate is one of Brisbane’s most picturesque seaside villages and one that has been enjoyed by day trippers for over 130 years.

Wynnum's summer temperatures may be several degrees cooler than Brisbane central but there are plenty more reasons to visit this charming seaside village.

There’s something to delight everyone, including families with children and dogs - on a day trip to Cleveland’s Raby Bay
One of Queensland's oldest lighthouses, heritage trail and Queensland's oldest licensed pub are just a few of the many things to discover on this day trip

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Logan's free annual family-friendly Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) is back in May
Shared Connections is an exhibition of Indigenous artworks in public spaces
Be inspired, be informed and be empowered at Brisbane's Modern Woman Expo coming to BCEC in June

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