Redcliffe Jetty is one of the Moreton Bay Region's most identifiable landmarks, and it makes for a great day out with something for all ages and abilities.
There are markets held every Sunday, swimming at Redcliffe Beach, picnic spots, fishing, whale watching, accessible parking, and safe crossings to shopping and dining.
Need more help? There is a Visitor Information Centre located along Redcliffe Parade. Speak to the friendly, uniformed staff (dressed in white, with a yellow ‘i’ for information) for assistance.
Heading further north from Redcliffe Jetty you will find Captain Cook Park, Queens Beach South, and Queens Beach North.
Brisbane Whale Watching
Redcliffe Jetty is home to Moreton Bay Region's very own whale watching vessel, named ‘Eye Spy’. You will often see this magnificent cruiser docked at the far end of the Jetty. During whale-watching season (from June until October) ‘Eye Spy’ sets out on the Moreton Bay waters with skipper Kerry Lopez and the team from Brisbane Whale Watching.
Markets and more
The popular Redcliffe Jetty Markets are held every Sunday from 8.00am until midday. During this period, Redcliffe Parade is closed to vehicles and the street transforms into a colourful marketplace with fresh produce, handmade goodies, exotic imports, delicious food stalls and one-of-a-kind gifts. Accessible parking is available, but may be limited during this time. Those using wheelchairs and walkers are able to navigate the stalls and join in on the fun.
Nearby venues/Food & drink:
There are plenty of dining options in the main hub of Redcliffe. Get a cold treat at The Big Kid Ice-Creamery; your caffeine fix at Zarraffa’s or The Coffee Club; or something more substantial at The Rustic Olive Italian Kitchen, Café Diversity, Hog’s Breath, or Flock Eatery.
- Concrete pathways
- Large jetty with rails
- Grassy strips, trees and plants in garden beds
- Water views of Moreton Bay
- Boats, jet skis, windsurfing, and other water sports
- Birds, small native animals, marine life
- Fishing is a regular pastime at Redcliffe Jetty and Redcliffe Beach (nets and rods)
- Sounds of the ocean: moving water, waves, and gentle lapping against the shore
- Bird calls, including shorebirds such as seagulls and pelicans
NOTE: Some of the parks, grassed areas, and beaches along the Redcliffe Peninsula Foreshore are used as venues for local events and festivals throughout the year. This includes the Moreton Bay Food and Wine Festival and Australia Day celebrations. Please take note of the Moreton Bay Region Calendar of Events when planning your trip, as it may affect carpark availability, pedestrian traffic, and increase noise levels for those sensitive to sound and/or crowds.
Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe