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Places To Visit In Redcliffe – Don't Miss Out On These Popular Spots

If you happen to be heading to Redcliffe for the weekend or a holiday, here are some of the best places to visit while you're there. Don't forget to take your camera with you!


Bee Gees Way

Remember the popular old pop group? The Bee Gees Way is a walkway dedicated to the famous band and their way of Stayin Alive in the hearts of their fans and their hometown of Redcliffe. A 70m walkway idolising and honouring the town's local famous artists, serves as a mini outdoor museum featuring over 60 photographs, 13 album covers and catchy snippets about the lives of Barry, Maurice, Robin and Andy Gibb. A video screen measuring to 5.3 m displays interviews, home videos and performance videos of the members. If the weather's nice and you're staying at a property such as Oaks Mon Komo that's located in close proximity, enjoy a quiet stroll along the walkway especially if you're looking for a free night in Redcliffe! Accommodation in QLD isn't hard to find, however serviced apartments are usually the best option for longer periods of stay. Don't miss the light show that takes places every 30 minutes from 7pm to 9:30pm.


Sutton's Beach

With deep golden sands, Sutton's Beach is the ideal place to head to for the day. Spend the day playing in the enticing waters, enjoying a barbie or building sand castles on the shore, whether you're with the kids or your friends! This beach is also said to be a favourite with couples, especially for those couple who enjoy "long walks by the beach" – don't miss it at sunset!


Redcliffe Museum

With no entrance fee and a vast collection of European history on display, there really is no reason why you shouldn't visit the Redcliffe Museum. The mini theatre plays a 15 minute video of the peninsula's rich history. A special activity section dedicated for children makes this a great place for your kids too; which they're bound to enjoy. Some of the other exhibits on display feature convict handcuffs that were found in a garden, dining sets from a government boat called the Lucinda. The museum also does its part to honour the famous boy band Bee Gees in their own way.


Scarborough Park

Scarborough Park is complete with cottonwood trees, playgrounds and wide open spaces which are great for family picnics! There are many cafes, wine bars and coffee shops; all with dedicated kids menus in case you haven't packed a picnic. The beach located here is also great for swimming and playing around in.


Settlement Cove Lagoon

Located in front of Redcliffe Parade and also known as Redcliffe Lagoon (right next to the sea), this popular Settlement Cove Lagoon serves as a saving grace from the heat! Ideal to bring your kids along too, this place is always patrolled by a lifeguard while you and your kids frolic and cool off in the refreshing pool waters. There are plenty of spots for barbies and picnics, however there are also a number of restaurants nearby to choose from.

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