Woody Point Jetty | Redcliffe

On the hunt for the best sunrise in Redcliffe? Maybe you want that breath-taking sunset that makes your heart skip a beat. Whether it’s for that perfect date you’ve been planning or as a treat for the eyes, Woody Point Jetty has you covered.

The sunrise coming over the water is a truly jaw-dropping sight, as the beautiful hues of orange, yellow and red bounce across the water and sky. While the sunset in the west creeps slow down behind the mountains creating a golden shine across the bay, a spectacular sight to be held. The only problem is in deciding which sight to see first. Both, are equal contenders making it well worth the early rise or the afternoon stroll.

Woody Point Jetty history

Looking for an attraction that’s got some history? Well, look no further. Woody Point Jetty has a rich history branching back to the 1880’s when it was built to accommodate the growing township of Redcliffe peninsula. Over the many years and generations, the jetty has had quite a few upgrades but has been a constant and favourite fishing location for locals to come with friends and family or by themselves to cast a line and unwind.

Woody Point Fishing

The local choice when it comes to fishing for generations, Woody Point Jetty has plenty of room for the experienced and beginner fisher. While the optimal fishing time may vary, the catch from the jetty is decent all year round, attracting fishermen and women to cast a line into the bay.

Quenching that Thirst or Quelling that Hunger at The ‘Bel’

We all know watching a sunrise or sunset, some fishing or even a stroll can be thirsty work capable of working up an appetite. Belvedere Hotel is luckily close by, within 2 minutes whether that’s in the car or on foot.

The ‘Bel’ as it’s lovingly nicknamed, is the perfect place to unwind, sit back and enjoy. With food to tantalise the senses and drink to sate your thirst, the “Bel” is only improved by the stunning scenery, with its multiple dining areas offering a clear view of the bay. The Belvedere Hotel boasts the best a wonderful waterfront deck that provides one of the best sunsets in the world.

Within walking distance of Woody Point Jetty

Woody Point Jetty is located in the southeastern end of Redcliffe and the surrounding area provides many different attractions to enjoy with the family or check out solo. These attractions include:

  • Crockatt Park; with facilities, playground and lush grass for relaxing Crockatt Park has something for all ages even those of us who are just big kids (there’s the flying fox).
  • Gyundah Coastal Arboretum: Home to the Gayunda Shipwreck which was used as a gunboat in the navy, the now shipwreck can be found at the southern end of the arboretum. The Arboretum also offers plenty of places for picnics and BBQ’s.
  • Pelican Park: A great place for a swim, Pelican Park is a popular place for locals. Hosting car shows, kite flying contests and a great place to do some jet skiing.
  • Moreton Bay Cycleway: for those who are into being active, the Moreton Bay Cycleway offers a great way to get out and about with Woody Point Jetty being one of many places to stop and take a break.

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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.