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Best things to do in Redcliffe

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Mon Komo offers a nice setting, overlooking the water. Drinks and food are served here, no need to book. ”
17 locals recommend
Public Art
“This is a Redcliffe historically important place . They developed in this town as a band and on going songwriters. All their history is well layed out for you ,with a musical soundtrack to love for all Bee Gees fans and new alike . ”
12 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Whale watching options just a stone throws away at Redcliffe, with boats leaving during the season from the Redcliffe jetty.”
13 locals recommend
“On the sea front, very cosy, Lovely food and great atmosphere! If you love Italian you will love it here! Make sure you book as they are very busy all the time!”
11 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
“Every Sunday the markets close the esplanade at Redcliffe. Here you can buy your fruit & vege from local farmers, a snack or brunch. Lovely local handicrafts for all the family and great local artists playing their tunes. ”
9 locals recommend
“This is the north bank of Brisbane. Right on the edge of Morton bay . A lovely spot for family outings of sun sea and sand .free bbq’s . Play area for children. A short walk to Redcliffe shopping, cafes , restaurants, Bee Gees way . Etc,”
11 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Keep an eye out for what is happening here...Arj Barker recently had a comedy show here and the live show Shrek is on now.( 4th- 12th October). Refer to' Redcliffe' magazine for what's on.”
5 locals recommend
“Vibrant museum with multimedia exhibits on Redcliffe's history, plus a shop for books & souvenirs.”
5 locals recommend
“Lovely relaxed restaurant located in Redcliffe, head here on a Sunday morning for a hearty breakfast before checking out the markets. ”
4 locals recommend
“Lovely view on the sea front overlooking the bay you can always count on the coffee club for their fantastic snacks x”
5 locals recommend
“Great tourist area. Walk out on the jetty, stroll along the shops or waterfront and just soak it all up. Stop for coffee or a drink - there are loads of places to choose from. ”
4 locals recommend
“Peaceful park offering walking trails, picnic space & an amphitheatre amid a range of native plants. Small but peaceful experience.”
5 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Great beaches nearby. Woody Point has great pubs, eateries and parks. Suttons Beach is a really good place for swimming and eating with the kids. ”
4 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Huge green space and blue lagoon ideal for swimming.Lifeguard on duty. Clean amenities. Plenty of BBQ areas.Take a picnic lunch and a rug!”
5 locals recommend
“Our RSL Club has several bars and dining options with great views and well priced food and beverages.”
5 locals recommend
“A fabulous waterfront open space, with great views overlooking Moreton Island. This park offers cafes, picnic facilities, shelters, barbeques, a childrens playground and a 2km boardwalk to cycle, walk or jog along. ”
4 locals recommend