Things to do at Proximity Waterfront Apartments

From bustling local markets to top foodie celebrations, Redcliffe and the local area boasts a packed calendar of events. Here’s just a few within easy reach of Proximity Redcliffe.

Cafe63

Enjoy a delicious Breakfast or Lunch at Cafe63, located at our Front Door.

Cafe63 offers a wide range of meals, view their menu here.

Redcliffe Jetty Sunday Markets

Now a local institution, the Redcliffe Jetty Markets take place every Sunday and are a treasure trove of local farm fresh produce, gifts, books, handmade trinkets and much more.

The Redcliffe Jetty Sunday Markets have “grown over the last 4 years into an iconic ‘must do’ event for locals, inter regional and international travellers” alike. A community based market has evolved into a great attraction for the local region. If you are staying with us on a Sunday, this is not to be missed. Enquire with reception if you have any questions. 
Fresh farm goods and produce, arts and crafts, hand made wonders, stunning imported goods and more. On every Sunday!

For more information, visit the website.

Settlement Cove Lagoon

There’s nothing like enjoying a nice, refreshing swim. One great place to go for a fun (and free) swim is the Settlement Cove (Redcliffe) Lagoon in Redcliffe. Located in front of Redcliffe Parade, this paradise beside the sea is the perfect place to have a fun day out. It’s also open all year round, making it a great alternative to pools which are closed during the colder months. 

For more information, visit the website.

Bee Gees Way

Fans of the Bee Gees should not miss a visit to Bee Gees Way, a commemorative 70m walkway that honours Redcliffe’s most famous young residents who went on to be one of the top selling bands of all time.

The walkway, which was opened in 2 stages in 2013 and 2015 by Barry Gibb, was largely curated by him and is like a multi-media mini outdoor museum.

For more information, visit the website.

Head to Moreton Island

Moreton Island is said to be the Gem of South East Queensland! Beaches, adventure, and wildlife await in amongst amazing scenery. Some of the locals’ favourites are said to be:

  • The Champagne Pools – Take a refreshing dip
  • Snorkelling – Loads of amazing spots to catch a glimpse of a cool sea creature
  • Sand Tobogganing – Tonnes of sandy fun to be had

Check out more at the Visit Moreton Island tourism website by clicking here. For more info on particulars, try these links:

Click here to visit Redcliffe Tours via Australian Explorer.