Naturally beautiful

Eager to immerse yourself in nature? Fundy National Park is packed with hiking trails and gorgeous waterfalls, while Kouchibouguac National Park offers lush mixed-wood forests that lead to colorful salt marshes and warm saltwater beaches. There are also three provincial parks in the region, not to mention great hiking trails in and around local towns and cities. One thing’s for sure—when you come to the Southeast Region, nature is never far from your doorstep.

Leisure & Recreation

There’s plenty to do all year round. Need somewhere to take the kids for the weekend? The Magnetic Hill Zoo is an educational must-see, and Magic Mountain is Atlantic Canada’s largest water park. Looking to be entertained? Test your luck at Casino New Brunswick. Want to learn more about Acadian culture and joie de vivre? Immerse yourself at Pays de la Sagouine. Bottom line: there’s never a dull moment here!

Arts & Culture

To put it simply, creativity and culture flourish here. In Greater Moncton, the Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen Cultural Centre, and Dieppe Arts Centre are just a few of the locations where you’ll find creativity on display. And when it’s time for headliners, the newly built Avenir Centre brings in the best of stage and sport from around the world. But our arts and culture scene extends well beyond the city—you’ll find unique venues, events, and festivals, like the Festival international du cinema francophone en Acadie, in every corner.


Whether you love to tee up, lace up, or suit up, or even if you’re just happy cheering from the stands, there’s lots for fans of recreational sport and competitive events to love in the Southeast Region. We have gorgeous golf courses, scenic trails for cycling and hiking, multi-use fields, and sport complexes and facilities to enjoy. And it doesn’t stop in the warm months. In winter, you can head out to ski, snowshoe, skate, and more.

Food and Drink

What’s one thing you’re sure to find in the Southeast Region? Avid foodies! Thanks to a culinary scene that boasts some of the best restaurants and bistros in the province, you’ll never be short on tastiness. The region boasts award-winning gastropubs, 5-star seafood, and an eclectic mix of restaurants inspired by cultures from around the world. The one thing you won’t find here—tastebuds that are bored.


From New Brunswick’s biggest city to tiny villages with tons of charm, there is a diverse mix of communities in this region. Moncton, Dieppe, and Riverview comprise what’s known as Greater Moncton, also known as the “Hub of the Maritimes” for its strategic central location. In the surrounding area, you’ll find oh-so-friendly villages and towns, like Richibucto, Salisbury, Port Elgin, and Alma, all within easy driving distance that are a blend of primarily English and French Acadian culture.

History & Science

History buffs and science lovers have lots to explore here. Places like Monument-Lefebvre and Thomas Williams House dot the region and tell the story of its rich history. When it comes intriguing natural events, watch as the tidal bore causes the Petitcodiac River to flow backwards, or put your car in neutral and freak yourself out as it rolls uphill at Magnetic Hill. Then there’s Resurgo Place, where you’ll want to stop by regularly to check out the latest cool exhibit.