Dayboro is a small town located in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia. It is situated approximately 45 kilometers northwest of the city of Brisbane. The town is known for its scenic views, and proximity to national parks, including the Dayboro State Forest and the South Pine River. The area is also home to several small farms and horse studs, and is a popular destination for hiking, horse riding, and birdwatching. The town has a small population, and is primarily a rural community. The town of Dayboro is also known for its historical significance, as it was one of the first settlements in the region and many of the original buildings still stand today. The Dayboro Heritage Trail is a popular way for visitors to learn about the history of the town.