Bonzer Travel

Bonzer Travel

3/37 Wagner Road, Murrumba Downs, 4503

Embark on an enjoyable day trip to the charming seaside suburb of Redcliffe and explore some of the peninsula’s “must see” locations with a specialised tour curated by Bonzer Travel.

Forget packed tourist buses and rushed itineraries - Bonzer Travel owner Chris Miles caters to smaller groups of families and friends, meaning everybody travels in comfort and can explore with ease.

Chris’s six-hour Sunday tour of Redcliffe will have you fossicking for bargains at the hugely popular Redcliffe Markets, snapping Insta-worthy snaps of the beach from the esplanade, as well as soaking up the sun or cooling off at the enormous lagoon-style swimming pool at Settlement Cove.

Relax and enjoy the ride

You won’t need to worry about battling the traffic on your next visit to Redcliffe, as Chris will be your handy and knowledgeable chauffeur and guide for the day.

Chris will pick up all guests from New Farm Park before hitting the road to explore one of the jewels in Moreton Bay’s crown.

Chris’s van can easily accommodate groups of eight people, and he can also supply booster seats for children under the age of five.

Chris also provides small snacks, lollies and water for all guests, and will bring a beach party pack full of seaside toys for the little ones to play with.

Shop up a storm at the Redcliffe Markets

After leaving the hustle and bustle of Brisbane City, crossing the Houghton Highway and getting your first glimpse of the bay, Chris will head straight to the bustling Redcliffe Markets.

If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind buys, such as fashion, home décor, trendy crafts, bric-a-brac, farm-fresh produce and meats, trawler-direct seafood, fresh baked breads and artisan goods, this is the place to be.

With more than 200 stalls to browse, Redcliffe Markets is an experience you won't forget in a hurry!

Plus, the roving entertainers and free children’s activities make for a fun morning out.

Browse the boutique stores

Adjacent to the Redcliffe Markets you will find plenty of boutique retailers, selling high quality clothes, jewellery, accessories, homewares and more, without the lavish price tags.

You will also find a myriad of eateries serving up baked goods, coffee, sweets and more.

Bust a move down Bee Gees Way

Also included on your sightseeing tour of Redcliffe with Chris is a stop at Bee Gees Way, just off the main street.

This 70m outdoor museum pays homage to Redcliffe’s musical brothers Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb, better known as the Bee Gees.

As you stroll through the laneway you will see lots of photographs, album covers, quotes and more from one of the world’s biggest pop groups.

If you’re a fan, you won’t want to miss out on snapping a selfie with the two life-sized statues of the musical legends.

Cool off with a dip

When you have finished wandering through the markets and main street, it’s just a short walk with Chris to Settlement Cove Lagoon – one of the best places on the peninsula to bask in the sunshine.

The lagoon features sandy bays, different wading zones that cater to all swimming abilities, an island in the centre, a miniature riverbed, and a separate fenced off pool area with mushroom fountains and squirting lizards for little ones.

See more of Queensland

If you’re looking to explore more of beautiful southeast Queensland, Chris runs a total of four tours, including his day trip to Redcliffe and group tours around Moreton Bay Region.

Other tours include a full day in Noosa, Montville and Mooloolaba, as well as a trip to the Eumundi Markets and Caloundra.

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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.