Donnybrook is a small town in the region of Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. The suburb is located 60 kilometers north of Brisbane’s Central Business District. In addition, the suburb is located 20km north-east of Caboolture. Recently, Sand mining and sewerage works have been proposed for this town.

Population, Postcode and Land area

The estimated population in Donnybrook as of 2011 census was 461 and the postcode of this region is 4510.

Localities surrounded by Donnybrook

Localities which are surrounded by Donnybrook are Elimbah to the north-west, Elimbah to the west, Toorbul to the south-west, Beerburrum to the north, Meldale to the south and Pumicestone Passage to the west.


There are numerous activities in this town. The most popular activity is fishing, due to its proximity to Pumicestone Passage which opens up in Moreton Bay to the south, and Caloundra to the north. One can see lots of dolphins, dugongs and turtles in the Bribie land. However, the place has been declared as Marine Park recently. Furthermore, there are plenty of Camping and caravan sites available. Besides, water sports such as sailing and wind surfing are available along the passage.