Woodford is a rural town located in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia. It is situated about 84 kilometers (52 miles) northwest of the Brisbane central business district. Woodford is known for its scenic views and proximity to the D’Aguilar Range, which offers opportunities for hiking and other outdoor activities. The town is also known for its rich cultural heritage and is home to the Woodford Folk Festival, an annual event that features music, dance, theater, and other performances, as well as workshops and lectures on a variety of topics. The area is also home to the Woodford Dam, which offers opportunities for fishing and boating. Woodford is a rural area and is mostly residential with a few small businesses, and offers a peaceful and tranquil living environment. The Woodford railway station is located in the suburb, which provides public transportation services to the city center.