Bee Gees Way

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The spirit of disco is well and truly Stayin’ Alive in Moreton Bay region thanks to Council’s immersive audio and visual homage to the Bee Gees.

The Bee Gees brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb grew up on the sunny shores of Redcliffe during the 1950s where they honed their craft before hitting global superstardom.

Council established Bee Gees Way along the Redcliffe foreshore in 2013 to get residents and tourists alike Jive Talkin’ on a trip down memory lane. Today it’s a chance to boogie on down to some of the band’s biggest hits.

If you’ve got a Night Fever then you’ll be charmed by the light and sound show that comes to life after the sun goes down.

Bee Gees Way

The laneway features music, historical information, and an outdoor TV with never seen before interviews with Barry about the band and their time in Moreton Bay region.

It’s the perfect tourism attraction to complement a visit to nearby Suttons Beach, Settlement Cove Lagoon, Redcliffe Jetty Markets, Redcliffe Art Gallery or Museum and much more.


109 Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe 4020 View map

Map showing location of Bee Gees Way