Redcliffe’s biggest street party, Jetty Fiesta, is coming to Redcliffe Parade this September. Throughout the day, guests can expect to see stage entertainment, Mariachi Bands, beach performances, fire-twirling, as well as spectacular light displays and the epic finale of fireworks.


The sky will come alive with the Quest Community News Fireworks, the largest fireworks display Moreton Bay Region has ever seen. The iconic Redcliffe Jetty will light up as a plethora of bright, colourful fireworks ignite the sky above. The Quest Community News Fireworks kick off at 8pm, so get in early to enjoy the other entertainment and get the best spot on the beach.

Guests will be immersed in the vibrant colours of exuberant light shows throughout the evening. Laser and neon lights will be lighting up Redcliffe Parade, with the assistance of theatrical smoke machines. Prepare yourself for a modern, visual treat like no other.


The bay itself will also be lit with all the colours of the rainbow. Punters with their own boats are invited to anchor their vessels in the bay for an exclusive vantage point of the festivities, as part of Bay of Boats. Those registered are encouraged to decorate their vessels with fairy and solar lights to add to the colour of the evening, with the “Best Dressed Boat” competition to select the most vibrant and excitingly decorated boat. Head here more information and to register.


Colours won’t just be confined to the sky and the bay – they’ll also been seen left and right. Jetty Fiesta has a Mexican theme this year, so a number of colourful, exciting costumes will be found all around Redcliffe Parade. Don’t forget to dress up yourself and contribute to the colourful excitement of the day.

Jetty Fiesta goes down on Saturday, September 9 on Redcliffe Parade. It kicks off at 3pm and runs until 9pm. Jetty Fiesta and fireworks wouldn’t be possible without Quest Community News, providing the Moreton Bay Region and greater Brisbane area with all local news, sport and weather.


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