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Bee Gees WayBee Gees Way[ Locality map ]
Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe, 4020
In Redcliffe during the late 1950s, three young brothers gathered around a microphone and for the first time performed using a name now famous around the globe. The Peninsula is where it all started for the Bee Gees, with the group signing its first music contract on the kitchen table of their Scarborough home. In February, 2013 Barry Gibb and Moreton Bay Regional Council unveiled Bee Gees Way, located off Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe, incorporating a life-size statue, 60 photographs, 13 album covers, a mural of the band as well as songs and captions provided by Barry Gibb.
Chunky Harmonies Community ChoirChunky Harmonies Community Choir[ Locality map ]
Corner of Hornibrook Esplanade and Oxley Ave Woody Point
eMail: Elizabeth@exploringvoice.con
Website: www.chunkyharmonies.com
Phone: 0410114490
Funky, gorgeous songs from a wide range of genres Wednesday Evenings 6:30-8:30pm Doors open at 6:15pm $5.5/$8.50 per session, First time Free! No experience necessary!!!!! Just an enjoyment of music and a desire to create gorgeous sounds with others. No Auditions and you don't need to be able to read music. So you think you can't sing? - Read an explanation of how we truly all can sing.
First Settlement WallFirst Settlement Wall[ Locality map ]
Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe, 4020
On 1 September 1824 the brig Amity left Sydney to transport convicts and soldiers to the new settlement at Redcliffe. The settlers landed at Redcliffe Point on 14 September 1824 and established themselves between Humpybong Creek, Anzac Avenue and the beachfront. The memorial wall has been built with 50 tonnes of bluestones to a design representing the sails of the Amity. The wall was opened in September 1991 and features plaques giving details of the people of the First Settlement of 1824. The monument also honours the first inhabitants the Ningy Ningy clan of the Undambi tribe.
HMQS Gayundah WreckHMQS Gayundah Wreck[ Locality map ]
Gayundah Esplanade, Woody Point, 4019
Website: www.gayundah.vze.com
At the foot of the Woody Point cliffs (opposite Filmer's Palace Hotel) lies the remains of HMQS (Her Majesty's Queensland Ship) Gayundah. She was one of the first ships built for the Queensland Colonial Navy. Now a wreck, she has a fascinating history for the people of Queensland and maritime enthusiasts everywhere.
Janey Says: "I can remember clambering all over this wreck with my sister as kids. Gayundah is too far gone these days for such a dangerous pastime, but well worth a visit nevertheless."
Hornibrook Highway AbutmentsHornibrook Highway Abutments[ Locality map ]
Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf, 4019
The Hornibrook Bridge was opened on 14 October 1935, connecting Clontarf to Brighton. The bridge was a big part of everyday life on the Peninsular until its replacement in 1979 at which time it was closed to motorised traffic. In 2010, it was close completely before being demolished in 2011. The only remaining sections are the handsome art-deco concrete abutment arches at each end. At the Clontarf end, the original structure has been converted into a walkway and fishing platform.
John Oxley MemorialJohn Oxley Memorial[ Locality map ]
93 Marine Parade, Redcliffe, 4020
The monument commemorates Surveyor John Oxley who, on 5 December 1823 spent the afternoon exploring the Peninsula. It was on Oxley's subsequent recommendation that Red Cliff Point was chosen for the penal colony which was set up in September 1824. In mid 1825 the settlement was relocated from Redcliffe to the banks of the Brisbane River.
Mousetrap TheatreMousetrap Theatre[ Locality map ]
Lamington Drive, Redcliffe, 4020
eMail: info@mousetraptheatre.asn.au
Website: www.mousetraptheatre.asn.au/
Phone: (07) 3283 1117
The Mousetrap Theatre Company Inc is Redcliffe Peninsula's premier little theatre company. From plays, musicals, comedies, cabarets to children's productions, you'll find a great night out at the Theatre at Mousetrap! Mousetrap is a community theatre run by dedicated volunteers and welcomes participation by members of the general public. Situated in the Redcliffe Showgrounds, come and experience live theatre in the cosy atmosphere of our 96 seat theatre.
Redcliffe City Art GalleryRedcliffe City Art Gallery[ Locality map ]
476 Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe, 4020
Website: www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/subsite.aspx?id=9283
Phone: (07) 3283 0415
The Redcliffe City Art Gallery is a public exhibition and education facility providing access to quality artwork from a wide range of sources. The Art Gallery Complex also provides opportunities for local artists and community groups to exhibit in both solo and group projects and has regular displays of the Council's art collection.
Redcliffe Cultural CenterRedcliffe Cultural Center[ Locality map ]
Downs Street, Redcliffe, 4020
Website: www.redcliffeculturalcentre.com.au/
Phone: (07) 3283 0400
The Redcliffe Cultural Centre is an exciting performing and creative arts space that caters for the cultural needs of local and regional audiences. Located in the heart of Redcliffe’s Cultural Precinct, this venue plays host to the civic functions of the City, it also houses a wide cross section of community organisations and arts activity. The Stage Door Gallery showcases the talents of Redcliffe’s local and regional artists as well as specific exhibitions.
Redcliffe MuseumRedcliffe Museum[ Locality map ]
75 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe
Website: www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/redcliffe-museum/
Phone: (07) 3883 1898
The museum celebrates, documents and interprets Redcliffe’s historic Peninsula and community, offering an intriguing insight into a unique region, its European history since 1799, its heritage as Queensland’s first European Settlement in 1824-25, its much older indigenous culture and its rich maritime history. Open: Tuesday to Sunday (10am - 4pm) Closed: Mondays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Open all other Public holidays, including Mondays (Anzac Day from 1pm - 4pm only).
Sea Side Artists GallerySea Side Artists Gallery[ Locality map ]
133 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe, 4020
eMail: info@seasideartists.com.au
Website: www.seasideartists.com.au/
Phone: (07) 3284 3356
Seaside Artsits Gallery is an exciting Queensland Art Gallery Space established in 2001 by Doug and Rosslyn Kennedy, whose four adult children are artists. The Gallery was opened primarily to display their work and expanded to include the works of other talented local artists with over 60 artists in a variety of mediums including oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolours, mixed mediums, pottery, sculpture, woodwork, jewellery, hand-made cards for all occasions, handcrafts, photography and digital photography.
Janey Says: "This gallery combines two of my favourite things: art and old buildings! Once you have finished viewing the artworks, take the time to appreciate the building itself, almost a time-capsule from the 1940s. I especially love the original terrazzo and ceramic tile floor finishes throughout the building."

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