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6 things to do in Redcliff – A Redcliffe vacation done right!

Redcliffe is a city beside the sea which is one of the best places to spend time with family. Here are 6 things to do in Redcliffe to make your vacation a one to remember.


Scroll through the Scarborough Park

Scroll through the Scarborough Park

The Scarborough Park located in the suburb of the city is the perfect spot to spend time with your family. You as well as your kids are sure to have a great time here. There are plenty of trees here and the park is famous for the twisted cottonwood trees. If you or your kid is a tree climber head over to the park because it's what you've been waiting for. There are two playgrounds in the ground level; the Pirate Place and the Train Place and they both will keep your kids busy for hours. There are picnic tables set at the Park along with many restaurants and cafes in the vicinity.


Visit the Settlement Cove Lagoon

Visit the Settlement Cove Lagoon

Feeling cool and crisp water is one of the best feelings ever. One place that is the best place for a fun and relaxing swim in the Settlement Cove Lagoon (also known as Redcliffe Lagoon). The lagoon is located opposite the Redcliffe Parade. Redcliffe Lagoon is a haven for beach lovers and it is open all year round. If you feel like taking a swim in the colder months, it would be next to impossible to find a pool. With the Lagoon, that's one less thing you've got to worry about. If you're travelling with kids, you need not worry. There is a fenced area made especially for children. The Lagoon has many fun activities for kids and adults alike so check it out while you're at Redcliffe.


Bee Gees Way

Bee Gees Way

If you're a Bee Gees fan, this is your dream come true. Stroll along the Bee Gees Way for a trip down the memory lane. The Bee Gees were originated in Radcliffe and as you walk along the lane you will see the history of the three brothers and how Bee Gees came to be the sensation it was. Walk towards the end of the walkway and you will find a bronze statue of the young Bee Gees. This is the ultimate destination for Instagram worthy photos. If you're a fan, visit the Bee Gees Way and pay tribute to the legends.


Suttons Beach

Suttons Beach

The Suttons Beach is known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Redcliffe. It is located right next to the Marine Parade. The beach has something to offer to all its visitors. If you're travelling with your family, you will love the Suttons Beach Park. There are special areas made for children in the park. While you can enjoy a BBQ at the beach, the kids will be having fun lapping and splashing water in the park. If you're visiting the beach with your partner, you will love walking along the beach at sunset.


Redcliffe Museum

This is the place to visit if you want to learn about the history of the city of Redcliffe. There are a great collection and entrance is free. The museum is located on Anzac Avenue. There are great Redcliffe holiday apartments the likes of Oaks Mon Komo in the vicinity and most of them are not more than 20 minutes away from the museum.


Visit the Redcliffe Jetty Markets

Who doesn't like a market beside the sea? The Jetty Market has live performances, great stalls featuring local artisans and most importantly incredible food. This is the best place to pick up souvenirs for your friends back home. This is one place is Redcliffe that you should not miss out on.

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