The Centre relocated to the current site at the entrance to the Redcliffe Jetty in January 2012 as part of a rejuvenation project for the Redcliffe Parade business area and is staffed by just over 35 local volunteers. With over 25,000 visitors each year this centre is busy all year round.
The volunteers offer FREE heritage walks to highlight the historical background of Redcliffe as Queensland’s first European Settlement.
Visitors to the Centre can take advantage of FREE Wi-Fi and bus groups can book free guided tours of the Redcliffe area through the Centre.
Cruises into Moreton Bay and the seasonal whale watching tours depart from the Redcliffe Jetty with the Centre always on-hand to assist passengers with information on must-see attractions and what to do in Moreton Bay Region’s other hotspots while staying in our hinterland and bayside paradise.
Address: Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe (in front of the jetty)
Open Times: Open 7 days a week from 9am to 4pm
Closed: Closed Christmas day and open from 1pm Anzac Day
Contact: Call (07) 3283 3577, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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