Training dragons: a glimpse at dragon boat racing12 Sep 2019
Spend a morning on the water in a Dragon Boat at Talobilla Park, Redcliffe.
Animals of Moreton Bay9 Jul 2019
Moreton Bay is a culturally rich and diverse region - a fact that's reflected in the variety of colourful animals owned by the residents of this sprawling landscape that is considered to be one of the most animal-friendly places in the state.
Making a living from Moreton Bay's longest running funeral home2 Jul 2019
When Jason Poole was a kid, he didn’t think much of his father’s profession.
Love at the twin cinemas27 May 2019
For Naomi Alberti, her first visit to the Bribie Cinemas marked the start of a romance that led to a lifetime of love.
The twin cinema at Bribie27 May 2019
When a 24-year-old Luke Warburton told his friends he was going to buy the Bribie Twin Cinema, they all told him he was crazy. Now four years later, Luke says he loves what he does and understands that Bribie Island is a very special place.
5 o'clock shadow - Margate20 May 2019
Spend a day in the life of 5 O’clock Shadow, hearing people’s stories and finding out what life is like living in Moreton Bay.
An afternoon at the salon17 May 2019
We spent a afternoon with the staff and customers of S&S Hair and Beauty at North Lakes to hear about what they thought of the region they lived, worked and played in.
Life and death, and the environment with Matt Davis17 May 2019
Watch how Matt Davis’ brush with death helped motivate him to leave the region a better place for generations to come.
Moreton Bay's hilly suburbs have mountains of love15 May 2019
Encompassing the suburbs of Ferny Hills, Bunya, Arana Hills, Everton Hills, Eatons Hill and Albany Creek, the Hills District in Moreton Bay is full of small, quiet communities where the locals have big hearts.
Peek inside the Pine Rivers Men's Shed15 May 2019
It may look like a standard tin-n-timber shed from the outside, but inside the Pine Rivers Men’s Shed is all heart - it's about mateship, community and most important of all, support.
Faces of Moreton Bay: Emma Brown15 May 2019
As a psychology student living in Eatons Hill, Emma Brown understand the importance of having good access to education options.
Faces of Moreton Bay: Bronwyn Kwapil15 May 2019
Bronwyn Kwapil never considered herself academic in high school.
Faces of Moreton Bay: Jay Nicholls15 May 2019
I started my business in my father’s backyard at Aspley about 35 years ago with my brother-in-law and it just grew from there.
Andrew and Elizabeth Kurpiel15 May 2019
From white winters in Germany to the lush English countryside and even the sun kissed island life in Trinidad – Andrew and Elizabeth Kurpiel have lived in many beautiful places around the world.
Faith, pumpkins and education14 May 2019
Meet Sister Veronica, one of the founding members of St Michael’s College, Caboolture.
Return to Toorbul14 May 2019
Moreton Bay is a patchwork of beautiful small towns and communities – and Toorbul, a particularly delightful seaside getaway, is no exception.
Woodford Correctional Centre14 May 2019
Woodford isn’t just home to the largest music festival in Queensland – it’s also home to the largest prison in Queensland.
Memories of a teacher librarian13 May 2019
For Patricia Casperson, it took 30 years to feel at home in the suburbs of Caboolture…but she's treasured that homely feeling ever since.
The bus-iness of family13 May 2019
Hop on a board and meet The Websters, the family behind our own Kangaroo Bus Lines – an engine room of the region for the past 40 years.
Caboolture Aeroclub13 May 2019
All manner of aircraft use the Caboolture Airfield.
The small town and the big festival: The story of Woodford13 May 2019
When a group of folk music players met in the Sunshine Coast hinterland town of Maleny 34 years ago to reinvigorate the Queensland Folk Federation, they made some flighty plans. Led by rock and roll guitarist turned folk fiddle player, Bill Hauritz, the Federation planned to hold a small music festival to share their love of folk and traditional music.
Welcome to the most elegant op shop on Bribie Island19 Mar 2019
Opportunity knocks and charity organisations throw open the door with enthusiasm. On beautiful Bribie Island, an oasis seemingly set adrift off a bushy bulge of mainland, opportunity shops abound. They are filled with things others have cherished.
Everything old is new again - giving new life to old homes19 Mar 2019
It is the ultimate in recycling: taking old houses and giving them a second life in a new place. The practice is sustainable and affordable, as well as simultaneously new and old.