As the Moreton Bay Region emerges from a four-day lockdown, many local businesses and markets are eagerly preparing to open up tomorrow and welcome customers. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has asked residents to continue wearing masks when out and about, and to maintain high levels of hygiene, including social distancing. Also, make sure you sign in to each venue you visit using the QLD Health app.
Wondering what to do tomorrow? Here are some great things to do in the Moreton Bay Region:
Check out the markets
A range of markets will open up on Sunday morning, perfect for a trip with the family.
Take a trip to beautiful Ocean View Estate
Enjoy some Fish & Chips by the water
If this list still hasn’t inspired you to get outdoors, perhaps the Moreton Bay Region’s natural attractions will. Plan a visit to the hinterland, a morning by the bay, or a day on the water. Head here for inspiration.
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