Dayboro Valley Visitor Information
Partly surrounded by mountain ranges, the Dayboro Valley area is home to the town of Dayboro situated in the Moreton Bay Region local government area. This small town, with a population of close to 900, is located 46 kilometres north-north-west of Brisbane (about 36 kilometres from the central business district) in the state of Queensland. Previously known by two other names, Hamilton (after Hugh Hamilton) and Terrors Creek (from the creek on which the town is situated), Dayboro was named in honour of one of its early settlers, William Henry Day, former Petty Sessions Clerk and Police Magistrate of Brisbane.
Better described as "country living", the residents of Dayboro fondly refer to their home as "The Town of Yesteryear". Despite its laid back atmosphere, Dayboro nevertheless has its share of attractions to offer. The Dayboro Art Gallery displays the works of local artists for art lovers to appreciate. Those into sports can take advantage of the town's provisions for horseback riding, swimming, tennis, and even four-wheel offroad driving. People who wish to experience Dayboro culture will definitely walk away satisfied from events such as the Dayboro Day, Dayboro Rodeo, and Dayboro Show.
Other beautiful sites of interesting locales in the town of Dayboro include Crown Hotel, Glengariff Estate Winery, Hay Cottage, Mount Mee State Forest, Terah's Restaurant, and The Butter Factory.