Step back in time and honour Redcliffe’s illustrious history
Redcliffe Remembers will transform the Redcliffe Foreshore Precinct into historical hot-spots, celebrating and honouring the Peninsula’s iconic people and places, both past and present. Redcliffe Remembers brings families a wealth of musical talent from 50’s rock’n’roll classics to Celtic fiddle. Enjoy a huge classic and custom car display, or wander through the largest markets to hit Redcliffe Parade. See countless street performers and buskers or step back in time in the Penny Arcade. Feel a true sense of history with a re-enactment of the first landing and Indigenous welcome with representatives from the Gubbi Gubbi people.
Date: Sunday, 10 September
Time: 8am – 3pm
Location: Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe
Re-enactment of the first European settlement and Indigenous Welcome
2017 we celebrate 193 years since Europeans first settled in Queensland, here on the Redcliffe Peninsula. It was September 1824 when John Oxley sailed into Moreton Bay and decided Redcliffe would be the best location for a new penal settlement. Watch the re-enactment on the beach at 10.30am by local indigenous representatives from the Gubbi Gubbi people and members from the Queensland Colonial Association.
Where: On the beach, north of the Redcliffe Jetty
Peninsula Private Hospital Main Stage
Take a seat and let the stage entertain you! Featuring a variety of acts, including bands, dance and more, the stage is the perfect pit stop before exploring other areas of the Festival.
Black & White Cabs Revin’ Up Redcliffe
Calling all motor enthusiasts! Featuring an amazing display of custom and classic cars, Black & White Cabs Revin’ Up Redcliffe is proud to host over 100 vehicles. Patrons will get the chance to meet the owners and ‘talk shop’. Featuring displays from the Studebaker Car Club, Pontiac Car Club of QLD and Northern District Rod and Custom,
Step back in time and re-live one of Redcliffe’s most treasured past times – the Penny Arcade! Originally situated under the rotunda on the Redcliffe Jetty in the 1800’s, this arcade was a hit with young and old alike. This year, the Penny Arcade has been recreated with a modern twist – featuring arcade games such as air hockey, pinball machine, twin shooter, foosball and more!
Buskers & Roving Entertainment
Bringing the street to life are the many buskers and roving performers, who will be dotted along Redcliffe Parade. Featuring roving acrobats, crazy escaped convicts and some of the best buskers in the state, enjoy the free street entertainment as you browse the many market and food stalls.
Food & Market Stalls
Redcliffe is well known for its amazing waterfront Sunday markets – and the markets at Redcliffe Remembers are nearly double the size! Enjoy the enormous selection of mouth-watering food and beverages, as well exploring the hundreds of specialty market stalls, touting everything from jewellery to homewares and everything in-between!
Make sure you check out Picnic Park (located at Anzac Place) to see a range of local, indie-craft markets Handmade Market Lane by Handmade Redcliffe. Handmade Redcliffe is home to a unique community of makers and customers who share a love of handmade and all things bespoke and lovely.
Historical Guided Walk
Head down to the First Settlement Memorial Wall in Anzac Park at 11:15am, to participate in ‘The Henry Miller Trail Guided Walk‘ with Ian Harding from the Redcliffe Historical Society. Enjoy a little exercise and sunshine, whilst learning about the Redcliffe Peninsulas First Settlement History. All ages are welcome, please wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat and bring some water. MAP – Henry Miller Trail – 2017
Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe QLD 4020 On the beach, north of the Redcliffe Jetty, 10.30am