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Top Things to do in Redcliffe – A relaxing ambience with natural attractions

Redcliff is a small and quaint suburb located in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland. Of the many things that you can do and experience in Redcliffe, these are the top things you simply must do;

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Check out Bee Gees Way

Check out Bee Gees Way

We all know the Bee Gees. The funky and bearded pop trio that boogey-ed their ways into our hearts actually originated from Redcliffe. Thus, to pay homage to these pop icons, the city established the Bee Gees Way. Bee Gees Way, located a few paces from Redcliffe Parade is an outdoor photo gallery with some of the most rare and iconic pictures of the trio in action. There is also a bronze statue of the trio when they were young. So if you like the groovy beats of the Bee Gees, you should definitely pay a visit to Bee Gees Way.

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Whale Watching

Whale Watching

If you happen to be in Redcliffe during the months of July to September, then you should definitely go whale watching. The waters are used by the whales during these months as part of their migration, and a whale watching tour will allow you to see these marvelous creatures as they swim along and breach the surface occasionally with a gigantic splash. There are many whale watching companies that operate in Redcliffe, so get in touch with one of them and plan out your whale watching tour.

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Spend the day at Suttons Beach

Spend the day at Suttons Beach

Suttons Beach is arguably one of the best places to visit if you want to chill out during the day. The spectacular beach and its clear blue waters are great for all sorts of beach and aqua activities, and the peaceful ambiance is sure to give you a refreshing experience. But Suttons Beach is much more than just a strip of beach, as the promenade is dotted with many cafes, restaurants and pavilions. Hence, Suttons Beach is without a doubt one of the top places to visit with your friends or family. A luxury Redcliffe hotel that offers tranquil accommodation and warm hospitality is the Oaks Mon Komo.

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Visit Settlement Cove

Visit Settlement Cove

Settlement Cove is a large seafront park with lots of attractions to keep almost anyone occupied. Located off Marine Parade, Redcliffe, Settlement Cove is home to many open play areas, designated picnic and BBQ spots. However, the biggest attraction here is the sprawling tropical seafront pool, overlooking the lagoon. During the summer, Settlement Cove is one of the most popular hangout spots with families and friends all coming to either splash in the pool, relax by the many shady trees, or for a picnic or BBQ.

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Check out the Redcliffe Musuem

Check out the Redcliffe Musuem

Redcliffe is one of the most historic cities in the region as it was the site of the first settlement by the colonizers in Queensland. The Redcliffe Musuem is a wealth of knowledge of the suburb and its surrounding areas. The museum is home to numerous artifacts, documentary pieces, accounts from locals from various periods of history, and many other rare and historic items. So, if you are interested in the heritage of Redcliffe, the Redcliffe Museum is the place to be.

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The Redcliffe Jetty Markets

The Redcliffe Jetty Markets

The Redcliffe Jetty is one of the most popular places owing to its scenic beauty, and on the weekends the Jetty hosts the famous Redcliffe Jetty markets. From fresh produce to homemade ham, smoked beef, and cheese, the market offers a range of items that are high in quality.