Things to do in Redcliffe

There are tonnes of fun things to do in Redcliffe & Redcliffe's surrounds. Thingdoer is where Redcliffe locals share their favourite Redcliffe things to do and with 10+ activities suggested, all the best Redcliffe things to do are here, there are free and discounted Redcliffe activities alongside indulgent Redcliffe things to do. You will find the fun Redcliffe thing to do you're looking in this activity collection. If your favourite thing to do in Redcliffe isn't listed, join Redcliffe's thingdoers and share your things.

Whale Watching - Direct Redcliffe
from $135

Whale Watching - Direct RedcliffeRedcliffe, QLD

2017 Season Commences Saturday 3rd June!Of all the great whales, the Humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe. There quite clearly is no better place to

Whale Watching - EX Sunshine Coast
from $165

Whale Watching - EX Sunshine CoastRedcliffe, QLD

2017 Season Commences Saturday 3rd June!Of all the great whales, the Humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe. There quite clearly is no better place to

Whale Watching - EX Brisbane
from $165

Whale Watching - EX BrisbaneRedcliffe, QLD

2017 Season Commences Saturday 3rd June!Of all the great whales, the Humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe. There quite clearly is no better place to

VIP Whale Watching Adventure
from $165

VIP Whale Watching AdventureRedcliffe, QLD

2017 Season Commences Saturday 3rd June!Spoil yourself with a VIP Whale Watching experience from Eye Spy's luxury and spacious mid deck section located directly behind the Captains Wheelhouse.  With guaranteed window

Relax on a beach!

Relax on a beach!Redcliffe, QLD

We found a beaut little spot, along the boardwalk. Sit yourself down on the sand and soak in the salt air! Take yourself 2 mins down the road from the main Redcliffe Beach to Suttons Beach Park. There will be a boardwalk

The Redcliffe Jetty

The Redcliffe JettyRedcliffe, QLD

Of all of my local places, this one quickly comes to mind as one of my favourite to visit. A bayside paradise that boasts local pride and a charming atmosphere. Lined by lovely cafes and local entertainment, the

Redcliffe Lagoon

Redcliffe LagoonRedcliffe, QLD

Located north of Brisbane is Redcliffe. An older suburb but always has new things popping up! On a hot day our favourite spot to go is Redcliffe lagoon! This is by far my #1 family friendly swimming location. lifeguards

Fridays at the beach

Fridays at the beachRedcliffe

Brisbane isn't known for it's beaches but on a clear day with the sun shining it's pretty hard to go past Sutton's Beach at Redcliffe. Unlike the Gold and Sunshine Coasts where you battle traffic and crowds every day of

Go to the lagoon

Go to the lagoonRedcliffe, QLD

Nothing to do on these hot summer days? Sick of staying inside? How about head to the Redcliffe lagoon. With many restaurants, cafes and fish and chips shop along the waterfront it's a family pleaser and a great place to

Visit Bee Gees Way at Redcliffe

Visit Bee Gees Way at RedcliffeRedcliffe, QLD

Take your date on a trip down memory lane with a visit to Bee Gees Way, the dedicated walkway honouring the three brother's Gibb who formed their band and signed their first recording contract at their Redcliffe home in

Sreamin' Freakin' Skydiving

Sreamin' Freakin' SkydivingRedcliffe, QLD

I guess most of the things I am uploading here now are all about our extreme adventures on our way to Cairns from Port Macquarie. We pre-booked this skydiving experience at Skydive Brisbane 2 weeks before our trip. It

Beachside Sunday Markets

Beachside Sunday MarketsRedcliffe, QLD

Love clothing , handmade jewellery , fresh produce , live entertainment , ethnic food , arts and crafts , beautiful beachside views? If you said yes , Then come on down on Sunday and check out the Redcliffe Jetty

Walk to the Gayundah shipwreak

Walk to the Gayundah shipwreakWoody Point, QLD

Shipwrecked in 1958, the remains of the Gayundah can be seen from woody point.There is no carpark near the Gayundah wreak, you can try your luck at street parking or it is a half hour walk along the beachfront boulevard