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Make a list on your trip to Redcliffe – Where to go and what to do

This coastal suburb in Brisbane's Moreton Bay Region is fast becoming a favourite spot for beach holidays. Add these activities to your vacation to-do-list for a fun packed visit.


Settlement Cove Lagoon

This is the perfect place to visit for a dip in the ocean, and a day packed with fun activities. It is an ocean front pool, decorated with a tropical theme, that is suited for those of all ages. Come here to cool off on a warm day, and enjoy good food and beverages, as well as some shopping during your visit. Stay nearby at a hotel like Oaks Mon Komo to make the most of this great spot, the happy vibes and great energy make it a perfect place to spend the day.


Scarborough Park

If you are travelling with children, then this is spot that must go on the list. Located by the beach, this park is fully fenced making it suitable for young children, and has on its premises two well-equipped play areas; the pirate place and the railway place. Also on the premises are cotton trees ideal for climbing, and a large inflated pillow for bouncing on. For adults, there are plenty of spots in the shade to sit down with a good book, or meet up for a conversation with friends.


Redcliff Museum

The proud residents of Redcliffe, committed to preserving the local culture and history helped start this museum in the early 1980's. On display are exhibits that will transport you through the local history, from the earliest of times to the holiday destination it is today. Add this to your list if you are passionate about learning.


Bee Gee's way

Little known is that the world famous band the Bee Gee's formed in the Moreton Bay Region, when the brothers lived in Redcliffe. To honour them and their success, this 70 meter walkway has been set up, containing artworks and memorabilia that celebrates them. This includes murals, album covers, photographs and video interviews. You can also catch the Bee Gee's music performed at the location during times of the day. There are trendy bars and restaurants nearby, so head over from your Redcliffe holiday apartments and spend the evening in the area.


Redcliffe Jetty Markets

Australia is famous for its delicious fresh produce, and delightful cuisine, and you can enjoy this at this local highlight, a lively outdoor market. The ambiance is fantastic, live music, buskers showing off their skills, stalls selling creative local handicrafts and plenty to eat and drink; this really is a fun place to spend a day. The market is perfectly located close to the ocean, and you are welcome to take your pets with you. This market operates on almost every Sunday, so check the schedule and visit Redcliffe when it is on.


Gayundah Wreck

Unlike many other shipwrecks, there isn't a tragic story behind the HMQS Gayundah. The ship served a long life, first launched in around 1884 as a Naval ship and then when her glory days were over, as a barge for a civilian company. Finally, in the 1930's she was beached at her present location, still serving and a wave breaker. The ship is worth visiting and photographing, and the area it is in is ideal for a picnic, or cycling around.