About Redcliffe

Relax and soak up the leisurely atmosphere of this seaside village and discover its historical charm

Redcliffe has blossomed into a vibrant beach holiday destination without losing its wonderful local identity.

A perfect family holiday destination, with safe beaches and a range of accommodation options to suit every budget, there’s so much to see and do in Redcliffe for young and old.

Stroll along the beachfront esplanades where you’ll find trendy sidewalk cafes and restaurants, indulge in some retail therapy in the eclectic mix of unique and locally operated stores or check out the popular tourist attractions in and out of the water.

If you are looking for entertainment, there’s no shortage in Redcliffe with a bustling events calendar, thriving nightlife and popular Sunday markets.

Accessible Things To Do Redcliffe

Getting out and about along the Redcliffe Peninsula is made easy with plenty of pathways, amenities, dining options, and shady parks to relax and enjoy views across Moreton Bay.

From whale spotting and picnic lunches to markets and swimming, there’s something for everyone and every ability.

Accessible locations to explore:

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Your Guide to Redcliffe Swimming around the Peninsula

From the north-west, all the way down to the south side, Redcliffe’s sundrenched beaches and foreshore parklands offer enough variety, attractions and Redcliffe swimming opportunities to entice beachgoers, fitness enthusiasts, dog owners, foodies, families, couples and solo sunseekers.

List of swimming spots:

  • Scarborough Beach
  • Queens Beach
  • Settlement Cove Lagoon
  • Redcliffe Beach
  • Suttons Beach
  • Margate Beach

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