Brisbane experiences


The locals of Redcliffe feel like city islanders with their own little haven from the city of Brisbane separated by the long, new Ted Smout Bridge.

Located 35 minutes drive from the CBD, Redcliffe is a beautiful bay side suburb. Water sports are the highlight of a visit to Redcliffe. The huge bay is perfect for boating, swimming, scuba diving, wind sailing and much more.

woody point

Another highlight is the wining and dining. Like many bay side suburbs Redcliffe and its neighbour Woody Point have embraced the trendy new hotels, cafes, and restaurants with most offering outdoor water view dining. But of course as we know and love, old bay side suburbs are built on the culture of eating fish and chips on the esplanades and piers, and thank goodness Redcliffe is no exception.

Jetty Markets
Held on Redcliffe’s popular foreshore, are these colourful markets. Every Sunday you can wander through here to buy fresh food, arts, crafts, jewellery and of course enjoy a freshly brewed coffee.

Redcliffe Museum
A popular place for schools, locals and visitors to learn about Redcliffe and the surrounding bays history. Located in Anzac Avenue.

Settlement Cove Lagoon
This impressive water play park is very family friendly. Located on Marine parade, the kids will love the wading pools with lots of fun water play equipment. There are also playgrounds and picnic areas. Located on the corner of Anzac Avenue and Redcliffe Parade.




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