Moreton Bay Pridefest | Stay & Play

Stay & Play

Stay & Play in Moreton Bay

Heading to Moreton Bay for this year's Moreton Bay PrideFest?

Picture this... you've scored yourself festival tickets, and grabbed a bunch of friends (or you might be planning a romantic trip with your other half) but you can't decide who's going to take one for the team and drive.

We've got the answer - nobody has to!

Leave the car at home (or better yet, leave it at your hotel) and make a weekend (or heck, why not longer) mini-vacay out of your festival experience.

Booking a ticket for this year's festival is the perfect excuse to discover the wonders of Moreton Bay.

As the days get cooler 25,000 humpbacks arrive to say G’day. Our strawberry fields overflow with fresh produce, our restaurants are filled with hearty meals and our fireplaces are lit.

Join us for unforgettable adventures, unique experiences, and exceptional flavours this June. 


PrideFest Bus 

Are you heading to PrideFest from Brisbane? Leave the car at home and jump on board the Venga ... sorry, we mean the PrideFest bus. 

Save the hassle of catching an uber or deciding who will be the deso driver and jump on the PrideFest bus from Warner Street Stop (near Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley) and be dropped out the front of the festival gates.

Depart: Fortitude Valley at 1pm | Arrive PrideFest 1.45pm
PrideFest at 10pm | Arrive at Fortitude Valley at 10.45pm

For $50 this includes a seat drop off at the front gate of the festival, and back again.

Please note, you will need to purchase a festival ticket separately.

Secure your seat now! Spaces are limited.


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We acknowledge the Kabi Kabi, Jinibara and Turrbal people, the traditional custodians of the land on which our celebrations takes place, and we pay our respects to indigenous elders, past, present and emerging.