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Check out the climate diagram for North Lakes. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. July is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 10°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is August.
Escape the City with Holiday Lettings in North Lakes
North Lakes is officially a suburb of the Moreton Bay region but this idyllic little community has developed over time into a town in its own right. With extensive parklands and other open spaces, easy access to the water and an abundance of culture, it’s a perfect retreat for those who want to relax, unwind and leave the city behind.
Great food, no matter what your taste…
Despite the modest size of this community, there are plenty of choices when it comes to food. When you holiday in North Lakes, great meals are definitely on the menu. You will find many of the finest restaurants right in the centre of town, where you can dine with a view of some of the fine parkland the region has to offer.
Want to eat where the locals do? Lomandra’s Restaurant comes highly recommended. It offers a selection of reasonably priced food and caters to a range of dietary requirements, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free, not to mention the wonderful, convivial atmosphere and gorgeous surroundings.
A neighbourhood brimming with history
North Lakes is home to a number of heritage sites, including Anzac Avenue, which runs directly through the district. This road was one of the first bitumen roads to connect Brisbane to the rest of the country and is still in use today. A drive through North Lakes is an authentic drive through Australia's history.
In neighbouring Deception Bay you will be able to find the heritage-listed sea baths. These shallow pools were built more than a hundred years ago for use by residents. Although they are no longer suitable for swimming, this and other historic sights in the area make North Lakes an idea break for history buffs. Take a walk while also enjoying the gorgeous views out over the ocean.
Kids of all ages will love Moreton Island
North Lakes is home to many families with young children and so you will find that in general kids are well accommodated for in the area. There are abundant shops, play centres and child-friendly places to grab a bite to eat. This makes holidaying in North Lakes with the whole family a breeze. There are also plenty of enjoyable day trips in the area that children are bound to love.
One particular highlight is Moreton Island. This green and pleasant slice of land takes less than half an hour to get to from the coast and offers unlimited opportunities to play and explore. In addition, kids can feed wild dolphins from the jetty at Tangalooma resort. These inquisitive but friendly creatures are bound to be the favourite of any child with an interest in the natural world.
Tee off for a round of golf… or just a walk!
Central to North Lakes is the North Lakes Resort Golf Club – one of the best championship courses in the region. This popular course features 18 challenging holes in a beautifully-landscaped environment, complete with forested sections and ornamental lakes. In addition, you will find a fully-stocked golf shop and restaurant on site. You don't need to be a golfer to drop by and enjoy the atmosphere.
If you would rather not break out the clubs, there are still plenty of opportunities within North Lakes to take a walk, picnic, sunbathe or just enjoy some fresh air. Along the northern edge of the district you will find the wonderful North Lakes Environmental Park. The site is bursting with wildlife and criss-crossed by dozens of quiet paths where you can stroll to your heart’s content.
A jam-packed calendar of events
North Lakes sits squarely in the middle of the Moreton Bay region, putting you within easy reach of an exciting array of festivals, shows and carnivals no matter what time of year you visit. Whatever you interest, you will likely be able to find an event within easy reach of North Lakes to match.
Particular highlights include the Moreton Bay Food and Wine Festival, which runs each year in September and welcomes hundreds of traders with a broad range of culinary treats. Also perennially popular is the Abbey Medieval Festival in July, which features horseback jousting, arts and crafts, authentic Medieval experiences and plenty of fun for all the family.
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