Adventure time in Moreton Bay
Explore your adventurous side in 2018 and try your hand at rock climbing, archaeology, kayak fishing and even dragon boating when bookings open for Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Adventure program.
From 9am on February 20, bookings will open for the jam-packed program that features more than 290 low-cost or free activities from March to June.
Moreton Bay Regional Council Mayor Allan Sutherland said no matter your age, interests or skill level, there was sure to be something for everyone with land and water activities specially-designed for families and individuals.
“If you’ve always wanted to try surfing, canoeing or archery, or to find an activity that the whole family can enjoy, Adventure is the program for you,” Mayor Sutherland said.
Division 1 Councillor Brooke Savige said this year there would be plenty on offer in local areas, meaning residents wouldn’t have to travel far to uncover the exciting activities on offer.
“Discover your inner Indiana Jones with archaeology digs at the Abbey Museum, take a relaxing ride along the Pumicestone Passage with stand up paddle boarding or jump into the world of geocaching at Bongaree,” Cr Savige said.
“To find out what activities are on in the local area and throughout the region, visit council’s website for the full schedule.”
Bookings for Adventure open 9am sharp on February 20 and can be made online on council’s website, by calling 3205 0555 or at council’s customer service centres at Caboolture, Strathpine and Redcliffe.
Mayor Sutherland encouraged residents to secure their place as soon as bookings opened to avoid disappointment.
To secure your place when bookings open and to see the full list of activities on offer visit www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/healthy-active/adventure