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The Top Things to do in Redcliffe - Calling out your inner explorer!

Redcliffe has tons of little experiences that guaranteed must try's if you're in the area. Let's look at some of the best of them

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Shop at the Jetty Markets

Each Sunday, the Redcliffe Parade shuts down to a whole array of market stalls where vendors bring in everything from vegetables and fruit to candles and handmade artisan jewellery. An ideal time to visit the place would be for breakfast where you can try highlight items such as the okonomiyaki pancakes and Turkish patisserie which are truly sensational.

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Eat like a Local

If you're looking for an insanely popular restaurant that serves up amazing food, you can look no further than Rustic Olive. The line right outside it is evidence enough to how many crave this Italian perfection. Rustic Olive is an authentic Italian restaurant that serves up amazing pizzas and pasta that never scrimp on meal sizes. The menu features 33 different pasta dishes making it a truly amazing location that demands you to revisit. Highlights here include any dish that utilizes fresh local prawns.

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Explore Settlement Cove

Brisbane' South Bank is an incredible location, Redcliffe's Settlement Cove is a truly great alternative. The cove is a manmade lagoon bordering Moreton Bay Figs on one side, and the bay that gives them their name on the other side. The lagoon at Settlement Cove is made out of pebblecrete and this does not get dragged up like sand, which is a definite one up on South Bank. The location makes up for an excellent place to have some fun with the entire family. The surrounding area of the pool contains picnic tables, pergolas as well as BBQ facilities for a truly great time. There's plenty of Redcliffe accommodation around like the Oaks Mon Komo for example, so there's nothing to worry about finding a place to check into while you go through this list of places.

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Break your Fast like a Champion

Flock is an astoundingly popular little café that is famous for providing the best breakfast in all of Redcliffe. With everything on the menu being inspired by local sources you'll be hard-pressed to find something more authentic than this establishment. A key highlight here are the amazing breathtaking views across the Moreton Bay. A dish that you mustn't miss here would be the broccoli and chickpea fritters that are served alongside harissa yoghurt, tomato salsa, avocado and sliced beets. Tim Adams coffee makes for an excellent accompaniment to the breakfast. However, note that you must get in early as this famous spot gets very crowded.

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Discover Bee Gees Way!

The walkway that connects Sutton Street with Redcliffe Parade is actual living proof of the legacy that the Bee Gees left behind. This laneway has been thoroughly transformed into an outdoor museum dedicated to the band, featuring all their history, having originated from here in 1959. You'll learn many fun facts, the timeline of their stardom and their personality traits as you stroll through the lane. At night you'll be able to see a light show that thoroughly resembles a concert, transporting you elsewhere.

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