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Most interesting things to do in Redcliffe - An inside look!

Redcliffe has witnessed a recent boom in tourism. Want to know why? Well, keep reading on, to find out the most interesting things that you can do in Redcliffe, which has made it an epic tourist hotspot.



We all love to explore the local food during our travels, it is an important part of travelling, of course. The local cuisine here is absolutely delicious.
Check out places like Rustic Olive that is almost crowded every time you go there. And you know what they say, crowds never lie. The place serves authentic Italian food, from pizzas to all kinds of pasta. Sounds normal? Well, the place specialises in 33 different varieties of pasta. Meaning even if you dine every day in a month, the chances are you won't be eating the same thing the second time.



How about an ocean view, a gentle sea breeze, sunset colours, and a good drink to keep you hydrated? Sounds appealing? Well then, head out to Oaks Mon Komo, for just that. After a heavy day of exploring, this will be very refreshing and relaxing. If you want to stay the night, you can check out the Redcliffe holiday apartments here too.


Boat Watch

Do you want to relax? How about grabbing a deckchair and spending a couple of hours watching massive boats, cruise ships cargo containers, that cruise through the horizon. You can do this at the Moreton Bay. If you are a fan of boats, this would be an experience of a lifetime. All kinds of boats and yachts roam freely in these waters.


Fish and Chips

Redcliffe is a beach town, so you can expect some mind-blowing seafood dishes. But nothing beats a classic fish and chips. Both kids and adults love it and rave about it. When in Redcliffe, you can have some of the best fish and chips you can ever taste. If you want a relaxing place to try out with the beach to keep you company, then check out Yabbey Road.


Settlement Cove

Remember Southbank? Well, this is something like that and is an artificial lagoon. However, this lagoon is pebblecrete meaning you won't be taking all that sand with you when you go back home. There are many picnic tables, barbecue facilities and pergolas to keep you entertained. This is one of the best places to spend the day with kids, cooling off in its waters.



Are you a fan of the Bee Gees? Well did you know Redcliffe has a walkway, linking up Redcliffe Parade and Sutton Street, dedicated to this band? They are still 'staying alive' out here, where this walkway brings to light the band's' history. A museum of sorts, that you will thoroughly enjoy.


Jetty Market Shopping

Head out to Redcliffe Parade on Sundays for a really good shopping experience. Stalls are set up that sell all kinds of fruits, vegetables, artisan accessories, to candles, along with many other things. You can have a delicious breakfast here, and then set about exploring the stores

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