Follow the brown and white dugong signs along the Southern Moreton Bay Tourist Drive for a delightful day trip of discovery. Roaming through the scenic hinterland of Mt Cotton, the bayside peninsulas Victoria Point, Cleveland and Wellington Point, and the bayside villages of Manly and Wynnum, the route covers 78 kilometres of the area's most appealing sights and allows you to explore them at your own pace. All with their own personalities and remarkable settings, the coastal villages of Southern Moreton Bay offer warm and friendly surroundings with an array of options to wine, dine and unwind. From Wynnum Manly to the Redlands, this drive caters for lovers of history, natural attractions, arts and culture, fresh food and fine wine.
The dugong, one of Moreton Bay's most famous sea creatures, is the symbol used to identify the route. The drive is well marked in both directions throughout its entire length with the distinctive brown and white dugong signs. These signs are unique to the Northern and Southern Moreton Bay Tourist Drives.
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