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.
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.
Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market
Indulge your senses with fresh produce, handmade candles and local food vendors all grouped neatly onto one stretch of road on the Redcliffe waterfront every Sunday at the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market. Perfect to bring interstate guests to explore a unique treasure trove or a great place to spend a leisurely, sunny morning. Find out more about the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market.
History and Culture
The Redcliffe Peninsula has a rich and illustrious history, beginning as the first settlement city of Queensland in 1824. This bayside community has been home to a string of iconic people and events throughout history. Find out more about Redcliffe’s past at the Redcliffe Museum.
Bee Gees Way
Honouring the world famous pop group; Bee Gees Way is a free outdoor multi-media exhibition located in the heart of the Redcliffe Seaside Village. Celebrating the Gibb brothers’ phenomenal musical career and their links to Redcliffe, this walkway was developed in conjunction with Barry Gibb. It features life-sized statues of the brothers, photographs, personal stories and reflections and never-before-seen home movie footage.