If you enjoy that early morning sleep in like myself, by the time you get organised you have missed all the early morning breakfasts on offer at cafes. So we like to jump in the car and head North West to the quaint little township of Kilcoy.
Kilcoy has a few nice pubs on offer with that unmistakeable 'country' feeling and a great steak.
On the drive to to your tasty lunch, you will pass through Wamuran and Woodord and they have nice spots for that Sunday picnic.
Take a left just after Woodford and go past the Woodford Prison and you have yourself a great country drive. You will see the Somerset Dam and this crazy house that looks like a random pyramid. Keep your eye out for this, it is very unique!
Take this lazy Sunday drive and enjoy one of the many relaxing pubs or take away cafes. Oh, and watch out for the Yowie. There is a huge replica of one in a Kilcoy park symbolising Yowie country.
So, where is your favourite Sunday drive? It would be great to read your adventures and maybe take a drive along your route.
Feel free to leave your favourite Sunday drive suggestions and comments below.
I vote for Tamborine Mountain too. It's a pleasant drive and with so many interesting cafes, galleries, shops etc you can do as little or as much as you like when you get there. Also a perfect place for a weekend away.
Hello all - Spring Bluff Railway Station, on the range below Toowoomba about 90 minutes from Brisbane is a lovely spot with beautiful gardens and a cafe serving very good food. The area was closed after the floods caused extensive damage to the railtracks/road but thankfully the old buildings were undamaged. I'm sure they'd love to see the visitors coming back. Seehttp://springbluff.com.au/ for more info
Totally agree about Redcliffe being a great place to visit...especially on a Sunday when the markets cover the foreshore area near the jetty.
After you've browsed the markets and refuelled with amazing coffee and food, why not venture on further down to Scarborough ...lovely spot.
Wellington Point Reserve. Overlooking Moreton Bay, views from Manly to Moreton & Stradbroke Islands. Beautiful grassy areas with undercover shelters and BBQ's. Big childrens playground, shaded by 100 year old Moreton Bay Fig Trees. Safe shallow sandy swimming area on the western side of the reserve in front of the playground with showers and toilets. At low tide you can walk along the sand bar, out to King Island, about a 15 minute stroll into Moreton Bay. Takeaway shop adjoining the restaurant, opposite the reserve. Perfect place to chill out for a picnic or BBQ. No Dogs allowed at this reserve.