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Endeavour ParkEndeavour Park[ Locality map ]
Endeavour Esplanade, Scarborough, 4020
The beach area has northern views to Deception Bay and the Glass House Mountains. This quiet and sheltered spot makes it an ideal location for a family picnic.
Gayundah Coastal ArboretumGayundah Coastal Arboretum[ Locality map ]
Gayundah Esplanade, Woody Point, 4019
A pleasant sheltered spot for picnics, with seating, shelter and electric barbeques. The surrounds have been planted with native plants typical of those found in coastal areas. There are three areas available for wedding ceremonies: North, Central & South. As the name suggests, the arboretum is close to the historic HMQS Gayundah wreck.
Margate BeachMargate Beach[ Locality map ]
Margate Parade, Margate, 4019
The most notable feature of Margate Beach is the long boardwalk promenade, ideal for leisurely strolls along the foreshore without actually getting sand in your shoes! If you are feeling romantic, why not visit during the evening when there is a full moon shimmering across the bay? Covered seating areas are located at regular intervals along the boardwalk, each with a drinking fountain and electric barbeque.
Pelican Park and Bells BeachPelican Park and Bells Beach[ Locality map ]
Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf, 4019
The Redcliffe Visitor Information Centre is located in Pelican Park and visitors can watch pelican feeding at 10am daily. The park is a popular spot for kite flying and kite surfing. Jet skiing is permitted at Bells Beach. Dogs on leads are permitted on the beach. Pelican Park is also home to the Liberty Swing - a revolutionary concept in playground equipment for people in wheelchairs. Facilities include barbeques, covered picnic tables, boat ramp, play equipment, bikeways, toilets & disabled access.
Redcliffe BeachRedcliffe Beach[ Locality map ]
Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe 4020
North of the Redcliffe Jetty, Redclifffe Beach offers uninterupted views of Moreton Bay. A shaded cycle/footpath runs the full length. Open air markets are held in the adjacent Anzac Park each Sunday. The main Reccliffe shopping strip is across the road with a variety of cafes and shops. During whaling season, cruises depart daily from the jetty.
Scarborough Beach ParkScarborough Beach Park[ Locality map ]
Landsborough Ave, Scarborough. 4020
Railway Place is located in Scarborough Beach Park, an interactive playground specially designed for both able-bodied and disabled children. The climbing Cottonwood trees are also a huge hit with the kids! The park also features a basketball half-court court and a half-pipe skate ramp. It's a great spot for a picnic, but just across the road are cafes and coffee shops if you can't do without your latte!
Scarborough Boat HarbourScarborough Boat Harbour[ Locality map ]
Thurecht Parade, Scarborough, 4020
Plenty to see and do here. This is the jumping off point for boat trips across to Moreton Island and the home base for the Redcliffe fishing fleet. Drop anchor at the Moreton Bay Boat Club and check out some of the magnificent yachts moored there. And of course, don't leave without picking up some fresh seafood at Morgan's. Jamieson Park, with its northern views to Deception Bay and the Glass House Mountains, also has some great facilities making it an ideal location for a family picnic.
Scotts PointScotts Point[ Locality map ]
Wytecliffe Parade, Margate, 4019
Scotts Point features calm sheltered beaches and plenty of faciltities, including BBQs and tables. The historic bathing pavillion is a reminder of Redcliffe's early days as a popular destination for weekend holidaymakers. Progress Park, located just to the south of Scotts Point, on top of a hill, offers sweeping views of Moreton Bay.
Janey Says: "This is my favourite spot to watch the Brisbane-Gladtone yachts pass by at Easter each year!"
Settlement Cove lagoonSettlement Cove lagoon[ Locality map ]
Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe, 4020
Facilities include a swimming lagoon, wading pools, bbq areas, bikeways, picnic shelters, playgrounds, amenities and beach showers. This facility is open all year round with lifeguard services during the summer months.
Suttons BeachSuttons Beach[ Locality map ]
Marine Parade, Redcliffe 4020
This is probably the most well known of Redcliffe's beaches. It is Redcliffe’s only patrolled swimming beach and is popular with young families looking for somewhere safe for the children to paddle. Suttons Beach often plays host to live music in the band rotunda, particularly during the summer months. You can also witness skydivers landing on the beach! Plenty of shady trees line the foreshore and there are good barbeque facilities. There is only one vehicular entry to Suttons Beach - the roundabout at the intersection of Margate Parade and MacDonnell Road.

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