If you’re looking for things to do in Caboolture and surrounding areas then pop into the Caboolture Visitor Information Centre, located along the Bruce Highway at the Travel Centre within the BP Service Station in Burpengary. You’ll find it tucked out of the way, at the far end of the food court.
The Burpengary BP is often the first fuel stop out of Brisbane for local travellers and Brisbane Airport arriving tourists heading north up the highway towards the Sunshine Coast and as such, is a popular rest, revive, and map collection and information gathering pit-stop.
The Visitor Information Centre sees over 22,000 visitors annually pass through it, and its operation depends on a 20 volunteer staff. It is central to the Moreton Bay Region and is a one stop shop for travel information stocked with numerous maps, brochures, and itineraries of many of our local attractions and places of interest throughout our region.
The tourist information hub offers FREE Wi-Fi and bus tour groups can book free guided tours of the Caboolture area through the Centre.
Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Caboolture Visitor Information Centre can provide tips on sights to see, where to eat, and what to do in Moreton Bay Region, so come on in and discuss your travel plans with the friendly staff. You’ll find it tucked out of the way, at the end of the food court.
The BP Caboolture Visitor Information Centre is a great place to branch out from and see the local attractions in and around Caboolture:
Address: BP North Travel Centre, Bruce Highway, Burpengary
Open Times: Open 7 days a week from 9am to 4pm
Closed: Good Friday, Christmas Day, and operating only half the day on Anzac Day
Contact: Call 1800 659 500, or (07) 5428 7455, or email email@example.com
Bruce Highway, Burpengary QLD, Australia
(07) 5428 7455
Public holidays may vary
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From 15 May 2020 - you may travel a maximum of 150km from your home for non-contact activity such as exploring national parks, hiking, visiting dog parks, dining-in at restaurants (10 patrons at a time) and more.