Top 10 Things to do in Caboolture, Queensland
Discover the best top things to do in Caboolture, Australia including Caboolture Historical Village, Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology, Caboolture Warplane Museum, Caboolture Markets, TAVAS Aviation Museum, Centenary Lakes, Abbey Church, Caboolture Regional Art Gallery and Library, Caboolture Visitor Information Centre, Avicultural and Poultry Museum.
1. Caboolture Historical Village
4.5 based on 136 reviews
The Caboolture Historical Village is situated on 4 hectares (about 12 acres) of land just north of Caboolture town centre on the old Bruce Highway. It is listed as the Number One Tourist destination in the region. The dream of preserving our local heritage started with the formation of the Caboolture Historical Society in 1959. The first building arrived 20 years later when the old Caboolture Shire Council Chambers was moved to the site. Since that time with the contribution of many volunteers and supporters, the Village has grown to be the popular destination for tourists and locals to explore the local history.
Reviewed By Susan F - Wamuran, AustraliaWamuran, Australia
Lovely trip back in time
What a wonderful day strolling thru this village, popping into the local store, the butcher, the mechanic, the school house, the big house etc etc we had a terrific day and are looking forward to going back soon to see the areas of the village we missed.
2. Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Travel back in time to ancient and classical worlds inside the treasure house of 500,000 years of human history. View Abbey Church’s 13th century medieval stained glass collection, and historical jewelry and artefacts from Europe’s Renaissance period and industrial revolution.
Reviewed By Linda R - Brisbane, AustraliaBrisbane, Australia
Something for History Lovers
It was an interesting morning at Abbey Museum checking out the collection of ancient artifacts. The collection is well displayed and with information about each artifact. Well worth a visit for those interested in world history. These is also St Michael's
3. Caboolture Warplane Museum
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Reviewed By barryjuliej - Narangba, AustraliaNarangba, Australia
Good for what it is: a museum with heart
Good value for four people to step in and wander around the exhibits. The personal touch for the willing staff gives it an extra star. In a perfect world it would be bigger with more exhibits and more interactions and a modern update, but for what it is i
4. Caboolture Markets
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Reviewed By CarolMO3 - Caboolture, AustraliaCaboolture, Australia
No better place to buy plants
I love Caboolture Market, and go at least twice a month. Why pay supermarket prices for fruit and vegetables when you can find them here at a fraction of the price, especially later in the morning. It's absolutely the best place to buy seedlings or plants
5. TAVAS Aviation Museum
5 based on 21 reviews
Fun adventure for the entire family - TAVAS living early aviation display. The most unique aviation museum in Australia. The only museum in this country that concentrates solely on the first 30 years of powered flight - and houses the only collection of flying WWI type aircraft in Australia. Includes several aircraft that can't be seen anywhere else in the Southern Hemisphere.
Reviewed By Simon G
TAVAS museum, Caboolture
I wasn’t expecting much when I first walked in so I was very surprised to see such a clean and well maintained museum. The layout is simple and easy to follow and I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. The collection of aircraft was very interesting, but bec
6. Centenary Lakes
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Reviewed By WorldTravla7 - Cairns, AustraliaCairns, Australia
Lily ponds, boardwalks, geese and more!
Centenary Lakes has a bit of everything and is 1) a great place for locals to get their daily exercise and picnic with their families and 2) is somewhere tourists would enjoy seeing (despite Caboolture not being known as a tourist hotspot).The park is ver
7. Abbey Church
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By MBB1952 - Surfers Paradise, AustraliaSurfers Paradise, Australia
THE ABBEY OF CHRIST THE KING
We visited The Abbey Church also known as St. Michael's Catholic Orthodox Church when the ABBEY MEDIEVAL Festival was on. A very beautiful little church surrounded by trees and shrubs. For a small church it was amazing with the main alter in the middle an
8. Caboolture Regional Art Gallery and Library
4 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By Alys-Schatzi - Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne, Australia
An alternative to outdoor activities
Caboolture's Hub centre is a public facility that includes the regional art gallery, the library and a gift shop specialising in arts and crafts. When taken there by local residents, I found it a quietly impressive place and I recommend it to anyone visit
9. Caboolture Visitor Information Centre
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Are you looking to escape? Are you looking to find the hidden gems of the Moreton Bay Region? Have you ever thought about sleeping under the stars, or is 5 stars more your style? Do you like to enjoy the views of Mt Mee with a good cup of coffee or relax by the water with fish and chips at Bribie Island? Are you keen to jump out of perfectly good plane? Maybe Whale Watching, spot a playpus or visit a winery more your style? Our Volunteers at the Caboolture Visitor Information Centre will help you find your way around our region.
Reviewed By Jenny S - Maroochydore, AustraliaMaroochydore, Australia
VERY HELPFUL AND LOTS OF INFORMATION AVAILABLE
We recently had to call in to the servo and found the Information Centre - we wandered over and found the staff very helpful when asked for maps for the places we were headed to. There are lots of brochures available for Queensland and also the local Shir
10. Avicultural and Poultry Museum
5 based on 1 reviews
Reviewed By Ann M - Brisbane, AustraliaBrisbane, Australia
Fantastic Bird, Poultry and Pigeon Museum
I visited the Caboolture Historical Village and found this little gem within the grounds of this historical site. Interesting displays on pigeons in war, poultry in farming, showing and breeding as well as birds in conservation. Very educational and broug