The laidback Redcliffe Peninsula offers plenty to see, do and experience if you’re craving an affordable break on Queensland’s East Coast, from simply relaxing on the beach to enjoying thrilling guided tours of Moreton Island! 

With restrictions eased and life returning to normal, the Redcliffe Peninsula, and Moreton Bay Region in general, has lots to offer regional staycationers, travellers and families looking to escape this spring, no matter whether it’s to relax, explore somewhere new or spoil the kids to an exciting holiday.

Moments away from our Redcliffe accommodation on the waterfront, here are 5 top things to do in Redcliffe this spring:

Redcliffe Restaurants and Shopping

Redcliffe Peninsula is famous for its restaurants that source regional produce and offers stunning views across the bay. These have reopened for business (with COVID Safe measures in place) with the most popular cafés and restaurants found along Redcliffe Parade. Retail shopping is also back on, with the region’s must-visit shopping centres being Bluewater Square Redcliffe, Dolphins Central and Kippa Ring Shopping Centre.

Beaches and Parks

With views of Moreton Bay and Moreton Island, the picturesque beaches, and beachfront parks, lining Redcliffe’s coast is not to be ignored, each offering a relaxed vibe, clean sand and ideal conditions for swimming and paddling. Pack a picnic and head to Queens Beach and Queens Beach Park, Redcliffe Beach, Suttons Beach, Suttons Beach Park and Margate Beach to kick back, sunbathe and take in the view!

Redcliffe Museum

Redcliffe Museum has reopened, offering hours of fun and discovery for those looking to explore Redcliffe’s history and cultural heritage. It’s free to enjoy but does currently have limited capacity, distancing markers and more in place to ensure the safety of all visitors. Exhibits and experiences at Redcliffe Museum include historical objects, rare photographs and insightful films, workshops, memory boxes, interactive fun in the Imaginarium and more.

AquaSplash Inflatable Water Park

Set to open this spring, AquaSplash Redcliffe is the perfect treat for kids and families, situated near Clontarf Beach and Pelican Cove, boasting a giant inflatable waterfront course that guarantees a full day of exhilarating fun no matter your age. The course includes slides, trampoline jumps, obstacles, platforms and more, and will be open daily from September 19!

Moreton Island Tours

Moreton Island, located opposite the Redcliffe Peninsula, is one of Australia’s most sought-after island adventures, offering a whole host of unforgettable experiences that include coral reef snorkelling, shipwreck sites, fishing,4WD rainforest tours and swimming in the famous Champagne Pools. Ferries to Moreton Island and day tours are now available.

Proximity Waterfront Apartments – Relax and Explore Redcliffe!

Looking for cheap accommodation Redcliffe apartments in the heart of the region’s best things to do? Our 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments at Proximity Redcliffe are modern, spacious and fully self-contained, complete with onsite guest facilities – including an indoor pool, gym and FREE WiFi – plus breathtaking Moreton Bay views from private east-facing balconies in each holiday apartment.

Save with us – we offer the cheapest rates on all direct bookings! Just visit Proximity Waterfront Redcliffe Accommodation.