Welcome to Wynnum Manly on Moreton Bay


Nature surrounds you with the Bay and her islands.

 Embrace the natural landscape with its abundance of bird and marine life.

Enjoy the flutter of sail masts as the yachts sweep by, or the simple pleasure of a tinnie or paddle board.


Wynnum Manly IS Brisbane’s seaside and a top spot to go anytime for a walk, jog or cycle. 

Why not enjoy a seafood picnic from one of the many eateries or dine at the plethora of cafes and bars?

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Events are a plenty with weekend markets, open air movie nights and festivals celebrating Seafood, Aboriginal culture, Halloween and of course Yachting…

Manly Harbour  Village & Wynnum Central are a vibrant hub of activity at weekends and evenings.

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–Events – Weekly & Monthly

1st & 3rd Saturday – Jan Powers Farmers Markets -Manly Harbour Village

Every Sunday – Manly Creative Markets – Manly Harbour Village

Every Weds – Weds Afternoon Sailing – Royal Qld Yacht Squadron

First Saturday –  FREE movies in the Park –  Manly Harbour Village

Every Saturday – Ladies Sailing –  Royal Qld Yacht Squadron

Thurs & Fri PM & Sat  – Social Sailing – Royal Qld Yacht Squadron

First Saturday – Fort Lytton at Night – Fort Lytton National Park

Every Sunday – Fort Lytton National Park – Open Day & Tours

Every Saturday 7 am – Park Run – Wynnum & Lota foreshore

Things To Do


The unique waterfront village at Manly Harbour is perfectly positioned overlooking the myriad of boats and yachts of Manly Harbour Marina. The marina frontage compliments the diverse array of eateries, fashion and giftware boutiques with the added vibrancy of weekend markets. 

Fine dine at Manly Harbour Village on oysters, Moreton Bay bugs or tuck into take-away fish and chips and picnic on the Wynnum Manly foreshore.

Discover small cafes in the Wynnum & Manly Village hubs with a top caffeine hit, cake or gelato.

Bars, restaurants and cafes….there’s plenty to discover.

The natural vibe of the Moreton Bay is ready to enjoy for all in Wynnum Manly whether its Bay vistas or being close to these friendly community villages.

Markets, Music nights and Festivals add to the relaxed mix of ‘Bay Living’, with the City and airport just 30 minutes away.

FREE Fitness is to enjoy for all along the Wynnum Manly foreshore. Traverse the 7kms by bike, trike, scooter or by foot.
Manly Pool or the historic Wynnum Wading Pool are perfect places for a cooling dip, or pump it up at one of the many Bay gyms.
Experience Moreton Bay afloat via yachts, tour boats, fishing charters or kayaks.

Where To Stay

Looking for a mini vacation? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve curated a selection of the best accommodation in the region, to suit all events and budgets.

Wynnum Manly News – Winter 2020

Read the latest news in Wynnum Manly…..Shopping, Dining, Profiles, New Businesses....and more. The Wynnum View – Winter 2020 edition The Manly View – Winter 2020 edition  

Wynnum Profile – Danielle Davis, Owner, Sobidah Clothing Co

Danielle has always had a love for clothing from a teen, making clothes for friends and family and growing up with the influence of her mother who manufactured manchester for David Jones.
This led her to studying pattern making and design at TAFE and a career in clothing manufacturing wholesale and retail.
Born in Sydney, then growing up on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Danielle and family moved to QLD on the GC before settling in Wynnum.

Manly Profile – Julieann Star, Proprietor Ebb & Flow Boutique, Manly Harbour Village

Nautical, Coastal and Island lifestyle is how Julieann describes the vibe of Ebb & Flow Boutique Studio. It is a befitting description reflecting its Manly Harbour Village setting on the upper reaches of Cambridge Parade. Homewares, gifts and – what she calls as ‘Slow Fashion’ – are on offer in this eclectic and intimate boutique.

Wynnum Business Profile – Anne Higgs Photography

Interview with Anne Higgs, a Wynnum based Photographer.

What’s in a Name…

"Tingalpa" is an Aboriginal term and refers to "place of fat kangaroo". It was the name given for the local area when it was surveyed in 1859. In the 1860's, the land was divided into allotments and offered for auction at prices from as little as one pound an acre....
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