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Alex Beach House - Alexandra Headland

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Alex Seaside Resort - Alexandra Headland

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From: A$127

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Alexandra on the Pacific - Alexandra Headland

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Anchor Motel Noosa - Noosaville

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Andari Apartments - Sunshine Beach

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Aqua Vista Resort - Maroochydore

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Aquarius Resort - Alexandra Headland

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Beach Club Resort - Mooloolaba

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Beachfront Towers - Maroochydore

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Beachside Mooloolaba - Mooloolaba

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Belaire Place - Caloundra

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Burpengary: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Wild Horse Mountain Lookout

Wild Horse Mountain Lookout stands out against the skyline as one drives north. The turnoff is located 30 kilometres north of Brisbane just off the Bruce Highway near Caboolture . Named after the wild brumbies which roamed the area, Wild horse Mountain stands 123 metres above sea level. Telstra and the Department of Primary Industries jointly provided this wonderful and informative viewing and fire tower platform.

Walk the steep 700 metres paved uphill pathway and when you reach the top be rewarded with breathtaking 360 degree panoramic views across Pumicestone Passage and Bribie and Moreton Islands. The forest stretches below as a sea of green and the unique shape of the Glasshouse Mountains stretches across the horizon. On a clear day you can see to Brisbane. Interpretive boards inform the visitor of the features of the surrounding area, and this is a great spot to take a rest and soak up the view before the leisurely (but steep) stroll back down to the car park. Take your belongings with you and a bottle of water!

Johnston Road
Caboolture, QLD, 4510

Located 8.2K from Burpengary

Laser Commando

Family Fun with Laser Skirmish

Are you looking for an activity that will provide lots of fun for the whole family in Brisbane? Then call Laser Commando and book a laser skirmish event. Laser tag is a fun-filled activity that can be enjoyed by the young and the young at heart. It is paintball without the bruises after. Children will love playing a live version of their favourite video games.

The best part about booking a laser skirmish event from Laser Commando is that they will bring the battle to your location. They will bring all the equipment needed for the games, even inflatable barriers and flags.

Laser tag can be played by two to more than 20 players at a time. One session is two hours long, and this can be divided into four games or any combination of games that are equal to an hour of gameplay. Laser Commando provides phaser hire and hat.

Laser skirmish is perfect for birthdays, team building, or just a couple of friends wanting to have fun in Brisbane. For more information about laser tag and the equipment used, contact Laser Commando today.

135 Scout Road
Kurwongbah, QLD, 4503

Located 10.0K from Burpengary

Caboolture Historical Village

The Caboolture Historical Village is a wonderful attraction with a massive collection of over 110,000 historical items restored and displayed within more than 70 buildings in a pioneer village setting covering 12 acres. There is something for everyone at the Village. Train rides for the kids; historic homes and furnishings for Mum; antique machinery, cars and tractors for Dad; a rainforest garden for keen horticulturalists and hours of reminiscing for older generations.

See demonstrations of historical skills such as the village blacksmith, wood crafting and others. Wash this down with refreshments from the modern cafe, old fashioned tea rooms or bring a picnic and the Village is a wonderful budget day out only 50 minutes from Brisbane. The perfect stopover on the way to the Sunshine Coast.

The Village is only two kilometres north of the Caboolture Central Business District. There is a free shuttle bus that can be booked by phoning the Village and will pick up passengers from the Caboolture Railway Station. Because of the size of the Village it is recommended that at least three hours is taken to really enjoy the collection and grounds.

280 Beerburrum Road
Caboolture, QLD, 4510

Located 10.9K from Burpengary

Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology, The

Can your curiosity resist a death mask from ancient Egypt or a rare armoured shoe from Olympia, Greece?

The Abbey Museum is a priceless collection of antiquities and fine arts from around the world, located in Caboolture. The Museum has won international acclaim for the quality of its displays and the scope of its collections, from many different civilisations and cultures. Its European collections of medieval art have a premier place in Australia. You will find the Abbey Museum is divided into two halves. A time-passage explores the exciting history of Western Europe over the last half-million years to modern times.

1 - 63 The Abbey Place
Caboolture, QLD, 4510

Located 11.0K from Burpengary

Anzac Memorial Avenue, Redcliffe

Queensland's first bitumen road connecting Brisbane to a seaside resort was 18 kilometres from Petrie to Redcliffe: it was also the state's longest WWI memorial avenue.

Anzac Memorial Avenue, now simply called Anzac Avenue, officially opened for traffic on 5 December 1925. It was built by returned servicemen as a re-employment project, starting in December 1922, and funded through public fundraising and government contributions.

Enhancing the streetscape, and in keeping with a growing tradition of living memorials, trees were planted along the motorway from February 1925, 2,000 trees in all. Not all survived. Weather and roadworks took their toll over the years and some were replaced.

Original plantings include the Cocos palms planted at Petrie by Governor Nathan in 1925, a Hoop Pine planted at the Humpybong Esplanade corner of the avenue by Governor-General Lord Stonehaven and a Fig tree at the roundabout terminating the avenue near Settlement Cove Lagoon.

Anzac Memorial Avenue was one of about 200 treed avenues planted in the wake of WWI across Australia.

The RACQ was a major supporter of its development, aligning with the newly-formed Main Roads Board. In this, the project uniquely blended WWI remembrance with the first car-driven tourism initiative in Queensland.

Anzac Avenue
Redcliffe, QLD, 4020

Located 11.1K from Burpengary

Strathpine Memorial Honour Board

Rolls of honour like the Strathpine Honour Board give a ready insight into a locality's proud involvement in WWI.

The honour board, designed by leading Brisbane metal worker Ernest Gunderson in 1921, lists in alphabetical order 76 names of local men who served in WWI. Some lettering is now missing, in its original state it clearly recorded whether a person was killed in action, wounded, died of illness or returned home.

The honour board, commissioned by the Strathpine Patriotic League, is made of bronze on a marble background with timber edging. It features cavalrymen with the Queensland state emblem and soldiers; two enamelled flags- the Union Jack and Australian flag; the AIF emblem; a cannon and a replica of Britannia, with the words 'For king and country'.

Gunderson's honour boards are unique to Queensland. Few remain as intact as this example, now found in the old foyer of the Pine Rivers RSL, now within the grounds of North Leagues and Services Club.

Memorials to the district's servicemen in later conflicts are located nearby. The First World War Memorial Gates facing Anzac Avenue were relocated from the Lawnton showgrounds in 1985, and lead to a memorial garden containing two trophy guns.

1347 Anzac Avenue
Kallangur, QLD, 4503

Located 11.1K from Burpengary

Pine Rivers Heritage Museum

The Pine Rivers Heritage Museum is set amongst the graceful landscape of Old Petrie Town, just to the north of Brisbane. Staff encourage visitors to explore the historic character of the Pine Rivers district through their permanent and ever-changing special displays.

The Museum is fully air-conditioned and there is always something new to see as they seek to build one of the best regional museums in Queensland. An animated theatrette provides an entertaining overview of the development of Pine Rivers.

Other displays include the Old Schoolroom, Yebri House, and supplying the Building Trade, while the stories of our explorers and early settlers provide colour and fascinating detail to their tale. One of their most significant displays is the Skyring Clocks, a collection of unique handmade 'skeleton' clocks which show their inside workings. Several times a year the Pine Rivers Heritage Museum creates or hosts new temporary exhibitions on a variety of themes.

Dayboro Road,
Old Petrie Town
Whiteside, QLD, 4503

Located 12.3K from Burpengary

Osprey House Environment Centre

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.

975 Dohles Rocks Road
Griffin, QLD, 4503

Located 15.1K from Burpengary

Burpengary: Travel Tips

Caboolture Visitor Information Centre

Note: This Visitor Information Centre is closed and will reopen when the new centre is built- the next closet centre is the Caboolture Historical Village Visitor Information Centre.

The Caboolture Visitor Information Centre is located at the BP North Travel Centre, Bruce Highway in Burpengary.

This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Caboolture Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans or make a booking via bookeasy.

BP North Travel Centre,
Bruce Highway
Burpengary, QLD, 4505

Located 3.3K from Burpengary

Caboolture Historical Village Visitor Information Centre

Located in the foyer of the Caboolture Historical Village the visitor centre is open 7 days a week and has a range of local maps, brochures, timetables and visitor guides. Their volunteers are always ready to assist you with local and regional information. The onsite coffee shop has a delicious range of morning tea and lunch options and the village is takes you on a step back in time experience.

This centre is closed Good Friday and Christmas Day and half day Anzac Day.

280 Beerburrum Road
Caboolture, QLD, 4510

Located 10.8K from Burpengary

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