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Our Facebook might have been down for four days but that didn't stop us from sharing what's new, what's hot and what's on in Moreton Bay Region. Here's what you might have missed over the last few days.
In the lead-up to the mega Redcliffe NRL event Brisbane Broncos v North Queensland Cowboys at Moreton Daily Stadium this Saturday, 27th February, Alex Glenn and his family visited Redcliffe for a day on the bay exploring Undersea Putt & Play, Morgan's Seafood and Suttons beach.
Click HERE to view Moreton Bay My Way with Brisbane Broncos' Alex Glenn.
This Good Friday, point the steering wheel towards Redcliffe and spend the day seaside at Redcliffe Festival of Sails! It's an event you certainly do not want to miss. It’s the perfect place to go for a fun time on a low budget.
Packed with entertainment the whole family will enjoy, plus a great vantage point to catch the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race, there’s no better place to kick off the long-weekend. Expect market stalls, an Easter egg hunt, live stage entertainment, beach activities and the Pop-up Ice Cream Fair.
In hopes that September will bring more wind, the family-favourite Redcliffe KiteFest will be moving to September this year. It might have a new weekend, but the annual Redcliffe KiteFest promises to deliver the same fun and colour for one huge weekend, boasting world-class kite displays, live character performances (headline act to be announced in March), workshops, market stalls, amusement rides and aerobatic displays, plus so much more.
2021 Program announcement coming soon!
Love food as much as we do? The Food Lovers' Guide to Redcliffe is for you! From waterfront cafés, rooftop bars, award winning fresh seafood to kid-friendly restaurants - this is your foodie guide to Redcliffe. Only 30 minutes north of Brisbane find yourself drooling over the flavours of the peninsula.
We've listed the tastes and foodie experiences not to miss while visiting Redcliffe.
Moreton Bay and South East Queensland experienced the most incredible sunset last night. Pink, purple and orange hues filled the sky. This incredible photo was captured by Kylie on Bribie Island.