REDCLIFFE PENINSULA

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Coming into its own, Redcliffe Peninsula offers a peaceful, holiday-like charm that makes you feel like you are miles away from the inner-city bustle. Loved by locals and day-trippers alike, these waterside suburbs prove that quiet and calm can indeed live side by side with top eateries, bustling community venues and institutional watering holes that keep you coming back for more. 

Lifestyle

Once a place for day-trippers, Redcliffe Peninsula has evolved into a family-friendly beach side location that has a lot to offer. Locals enjoy a lively lifestyle and extensive amenities that consistently buzz with activity. 

Redcliffe Peninsula is an enclave of smaller bayside towns, including Scarborough, Redcliffe and Woody Point complemented by the smaller areas of Clontarf, Margate, Kippa-Ring and Newport. Redcliffe itself serves as the central hub of the broader area with Redcliffe Parade providing a key thoroughfare to the nearby towns.

Café culture, fresh food and alfresco dining are integral to the Redcliffe Peninsula lifestyle. Scarborough boasts one of Brisbane’s best seafood markets, and Woody Point is home to the local institution The Belvedere Hotel. When food isn’t the focus, other outdoor amenities such as the waterside walking tracks and the man-made Settlement Cove Lagoon swimming pool buzz with activity.

Community culture is at its peak at the regular Redcliffe Jetty Markets. Operating every Sunday on Redcliffe Parade, this beloved event provides the community and visitors with an abundance of fresh produce, gourmet treats, top coffee and locally made arts and crafts.

There’s a strong sense of history. The local community prides itself on being the location of the first European settlement in Queensland, prior to the settlers relocating to a more central location on the Brisbane River. Redcliffe celebrates its heritage every September with the annual Redcliffe Festival, featuring vibrant fiestas, live entertainment, local cuisine and beach side parties.

Historically, the area was only accessible via a paddle steamer. Nowadays the Houghton Highway links the area to the inner northern suburbs and Brisbane CBD. Commuters also have access to bus and train services to the surrounding areas.

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Lifestyle

Once a place for day-trippers, Redcliffe Peninsula has evolved into a family-friendly beach side location that has a lot to offer. Locals enjoy a lively lifestyle and extensive amenities that consistently buzz with activity. 

Redcliffe Peninsula is an enclave of smaller bayside towns, including Scarborough, Redcliffe and Woody Point complemented by the smaller areas of Clontarf, Margate, Kippa-Ring and Newport. Redcliffe itself serves as the central hub of the broader area with Redcliffe Parade providing a key thoroughfare to the nearby towns.

Café culture, fresh food and alfresco dining are integral to the Redcliffe Peninsula lifestyle. Scarborough boasts one of Brisbane’s best seafood markets, and Woody Point is home to the local institution The Belvedere Hotel. When food isn’t the focus, other outdoor amenities such as the waterside walking tracks and the man-made Settlement Cove Lagoon swimming pool buzz with activity.

Community culture is at its peak at the regular Redcliffe Jetty Markets. Operating every Sunday on Redcliffe Parade, this beloved event provides the community and visitors with an abundance of fresh produce, gourmet treats, top coffee and locally made arts and crafts.

There’s a strong sense of history. The local community prides itself on being the location of the first European settlement in Queensland, prior to the settlers relocating to a more central location on the Brisbane River. Redcliffe celebrates its heritage every September with the annual Redcliffe Festival, featuring vibrant fiestas, live entertainment, local cuisine and beach side parties.

Historically, the area was only accessible via a paddle steamer. Nowadays the Houghton Highway links the area to the inner northern suburbs and Brisbane CBD. Commuters also have access to bus and train services to the surrounding areas.

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Neighbours

The area is renowned as a haven for retirees, but things are changing quickly. More recently, professionals and families have been drawn to the area. They enjoy the extensive lifestyle amenities, relaxed vibe and waterside location, whilst still having direct access to the inner Brisbane areas. Weekends and holidays see many day-trippers making the most of the local hot spots along Redcliffe Parade and adjacent areas.

Area Features

BAYSIDE EATERIES

The peninsula’s waterfront is bursting with activity, offering diverse café and restaurant options and some of Brisbane’s best fish and chip shops and ice creameries. 

COMMUNITY AMENITIES

Local sporting fields, communal showgrounds, lush public green spaces, playgrounds adjacent to family friendly picnic and barbeque areas – the amenities are more than generous in this cluster of bayside suburbs.  

PARKLANDS

With its substantial parklands, outdoor play areas and picturesque walking trails bordering the bay, the Redcliffe Peninsula is a playground for kids (and adults).

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