Redcliffe is a picturesque seaside city and home to approximately 50,000 people. Nestled on the edge of beautiful Moreton Bay, the Redcliffe peninsula is just 35 minutes north of Queensland's capital city, Brisbane.
Safe, sandy beaches and scenic parks span Redcliffe's 22km of glorious coastline, which is also dotted with the rocky red headlands that give the city its name. Redcliffe's stunning views of Moreton Bay, Hays Inlet and the Glasshouse Mountains are also something to be savoured. Numerous leisure activities can be enjoyed on the peninsula, making Redcliffe one of south-east Queensland's most scenic recreational playgrounds.
From Brisbane, take the Gateway Motorway north then continue straight along the Deagon Deviation and across the Houghton Highway Bridge. Alternatively, you can take the Anzac Avenue exit from the Bruce Highway.