Woody Point is known for its community atmosphere, cafés, green spaces, and ocean views. The Jetty offers a stable and spacious surface for wheelchairs, stretching out across the calm waters of Moreton Bay.
It is the perfect destination to see a sunrise, catch up with friends, or enjoy some fresh air at your own pace.
You will also find unisex accessible toilets with Braille signage, water fountains, tap with a dog bowl, shaded seating areas, BBQs, and plenty of parking.
Recreation and wildlife
Woody Point Jetty is a popular spot for fishing and recreational activities. You may see people casting nets or dropping a line from the Jetty. With sweeping views across the bay and over to Shorncliffe Pier, it's also the ideal spot to look for sea life and birds.
There’s no shortage of water sports here. Can you spot a windsurfer or jet ski? The Humpybong Yacht Club is also located at the nearby Crockatt Park.
Stay awhile: eat and play
Extend your sightseeing at Woody Point Jetty by visiting one of the local cafés, or continuing around to Crockatt Park, which has a playground and BBQ facilities for a picnic lunch.
- A scenic, concrete pathway (the Moreton Bay Cycleway) runs from Hornibrook Bridge north along the waterfront to Woody Point Jetty
- Accessible toilet block with Braille signage
- Accessible parking
- Woody Point Jetty is wheelchair and walker accessible, with room to manoeuvre and enjoy the views from seated and standing positions
- Pedestrian crossings and clear signage to cafes and restaurant precincts
- Water fountain, tap and dog bowl – suited for companion animals and support dogs
HMAS Gayundah: Iconic shipwreck visible from the lower carpark off Gayundah Esplanade at Woody Point.
- Concrete pathways
- Large jetty with rails
- Grassy strips, trees and plants in surrounding 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 Woody Point Jetty (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
- Limited road noise, as the Jetty is located a short walk from the main carpark area
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 Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run at Woody Point Jetty. 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.
Oxley Avenue, Woody Point