Located 28 kilometres from the central business district of Brisbane, Redcliffe is slowly becoming a breezy waterside hub. Redcliffe is ideal for solo travellers and even to those travelling with families as it houses surf-free beaches that are perfect for children.
One of Redcliffe’s key attractions, the jetty, is great for walking, fishing, photography and weddings! Only 2 minutes away from Oaks Mon Komo, it’s considered to be the “heart of peninsula”.
If you’re looking for a dip in the beach after an afternoon spent at one of Redcliffe holiday apartments, this town has got you covered! Suttons beach and Queens beach south are two options you can consider if you’re in need of some fun time at the beach. Settlement cove lagoon is located close to Suttons beach, it has its own picnic area with lifeguards during daylight hours. If you’re a budding photographer a bird watcher or just want to feed some ducks, then Humpybong Creek Precinct is the place to be.
For people with a passion for crafts, The Shed is a lovely display of household appliances and tools ranging from early to the mid-20th century.
The First Settlement Memorial Wall
This historic location marks the fact that Redcliffe was Queensland’s first European Settlement colony in 1824. In September each year, Redcliffe celebrates its history with a parade in Redcliffe CBD.
Redcliffe Jetty Markets
Vegetable and fruit stalls, hand made jewellery, art and paintings for sale, plenty of food and so much more is what you’ll see at the jetty markets, as they celebrate and support their community.
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