Redcliffe will shine brighter than ever when it hosts the Redcliffe Festival

But there’s more to see and do in Redcliffe, not just during the festival, but all year round.

Located just 35km north of Brisbane, Redcliffe has a rich past that has cemented the town’s place in Australian history.

Holding the distinction as the first European settlement in Queensland, visited by Matthew Flinders on 17 July 1799, the Peninsula gained its name “Red Cliff Point” after the red-coloured cliffs.

Over the years, Redcliffe has evolved from a sleepy little town into a booming seaside village thanks to its picturesque beauty, tourism attractions and historical landmarks.

Visitors are spoilt for choice all year round here at Redcliffe!

Whether the day is spent eating at one of our world-class restaurants of cafes, strolling through the famous Bee Gees Way, visiting any of the beautifully landscaped parks or beaches, taking a dip in Settlement Cove Lagoon or spending the day whale watching, there is plenty of fun for the whole family.


With its outdoor lifestyle, beautiful beaches, stunning views or Moreton Bay and picturesque parks wrapping along the 22km coastline, its no wonder Redcliffe is a popular weekend getaway for thousands of visitors each year.

To plan your next weekend getaway to Redcliffe visit

Look out for the new Visit Moreton Bay Region website (available late September) your one-stop-shop for planning your own special Moreton Bay experience. Browse all events, things to see & do, and find the hidden gems of Moreton Bay, right on the doorstep of Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

Connect with Visit Moreton Bay Region in the meantime using #visitmoretonbayregion and on Facebook

Want to win YOUR own Moreton Bay Experience? Click HERE to enter

Getting Here & Around

Find out how you can get to Redcliffe and where to go when you get here.

Stay & Play

Find accommodation for your stay during the Redcliffe Festival.

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