50 things to do in Redcliffe


There is so much to do in Redcliffe. Here are 50 ideas thanks to the Redcliffe Jetty Visitor Information Centre!

1. Enjoy fish and chips at one of the beaches

2. Watch the sun set from Woody Point Jetty

3. Check out the views across Moreton Bay from Sunny's Margate Beach Rooftop Bar with a cocktail in hand

4. Hire an electric e-bike from Ride Electric and cruise the waterfront along the shared pathway

5. Skate, scoot, slide and play at Newport Waterside's amazing Spinnaker Park


6. Visit the Redcliffe Library, Oxley Avenue Redcliffe

7. Take a self-guided Redcliffe Art Gallery tour

8. Swim at Settlement Cove Lagoon on Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe

9. Drive down Prince Edward Parade and view one of Queensland's best tree-lined street (pictured below).

10. Hop aboard River to Bay from Redcliffe Jetty and enjoy an Oyster and Champagne Tour


11. Play on Redcliffe’s train at Railway Place, Scarborough

12. Check out all the fun to be had at at Pelican Park Clontarf

13. Indulge in seafood at The Golden Ox

14. Take a stroll through the Redcliffe Botanic Gardens, George Street, Redcliffe

15. Learn about our history at the Redcliffe Museum, Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe


16. Go fishing at a number of popular spots

17. Fill up on seafood at Tempest Seafood Restaurant and Teppanyaki Grill

18. Watch the sun rise over Redcliffe Jetty

19. Take the dog for a walk at the beach or Kroll Gardens, Clontarf

20. Enjoy one of the many foreshore playgrounds


21. Take the skateboard or blades to Skate Park, Oxley Avenue Redcliffe

22. Cruise Moreton Bay or spot dolphins with Dolphin Wild

23. Score a hole in one at Undersea Putt & Play

24. Catch a feed on a charter fishing day

25. Learn to sail on Bramble Bay


26. Enjoy a cocktails (or two!) at The Belvedere

27. Take in a movie at HOYTS Redcliffe

28. Grab a coffee with friends at a cafe along the foreshore

29. Build a sand castle or sand sculpture at Scarborough Beach

30. Enjoy al fresco dining at one of the many foreshore eateries


31. Taste the Italian magic at Rustic Olive

32. Eat lunch with a view at Cafe Diversity

33. Visit the Bee Gees Way, Redcliffe Parade

34. Find bargains at one of the many thrift shops

35. Check out the popular waterfront Redcliffe Farmers & Artesian Markets


36. Have brunch at The Komo

37. Watch a performance at the Entertainment Centre, Downs Street, Redcliffe

38. Enjoy a locally crewed beer at Showcase Beers, Scarborough

39. Play a round of golf at Redcliffe Golf Club

40. Do some laps at the High Performance Centre, Sydney Street, Redcliffe


41. Take a bus ride around the peninsula

42. See the trotters at the Paceway, Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe

43. Walk along the Margate foreshore boardwalk

44. Stroll along Humpybong Creek and learn about the flora and fauna

45. Sketch your favourite scene under the shade of a tree


46. Enjoy a barbeque at one of the free beachside picnic areas

47. Try your hand at photography and capture great moments

48. See the whales play from June to November

49. Enjoy the jumping pillows at Scarborough Beach Park

50. Visit one of the two Visitor Information Centres for information about Redcliffe located at the Redcliffe Jetty, Redcliffe Parade Redcliffe and Pelican Park, Clontarf.

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Pop into one of the region's Accredited Visitor Information Centres, the volunteers have a wealth of knowledge about things to do and see in the Moreton Bay Region.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.