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The Redcliffe Museum celebrates the evolution of the Peninsula’s character and identity, and its significance to the world around it.
Libraries - Redcliffe Library
Redcliffe Library is located on Oxley Avenue, bordered by Irene Street and Downs Street.
Superseded Redcliffe City Planning Scheme
The Redcliffe City Planning Scheme 2005 commenced on 12 December 2005. Following the commencement of the MBRC Planning Scheme on 1 February 2016 the Redcliffe City Planning Scheme is now known as a Superseded Planning Scheme and will have effect until 31 January 2017.
Redcliffe Art Gallery
The Redcliffe Art Gallery is an outstanding public gallery with its
roots firmly planted in the cultural history of the region. Through its
varied annual program of high quality local and touring exhibitions,
the Redcliffe Art Gallery offers its visitors a unique perspective
of the Redcliffe peninsula and the Moreton Bay region.
Redcliffe War Memorial Pool - High Performance Centre
Facilities include a fully enclosed 50m 8 lane Olympic size heated pool, 18.3m heated learn to swim pool, baby wading pool, bbq and playground equipment, undercover grandstand, 2 indoor heated learn to swim pools and coaching and training programs.
Redcliffe Art Gallery and Community Space
Council will deliver a major enhancement to Redcliffe’s cultural heart with the addition of a new art gallery and community space at the Redcliffe Administration Centre.
Redcliffe Museum - What's on
The Redcliffe Museum offers a wide range of exciting workshops and activities, from artist’s talks and discussions to hands on creative activities.
Redcliffe Tennis Centre
Activities include tennis.
Redcliffe foreshore master plan and activation strategy
Council is pleased to announce that the
Redcliffe Foreshore Master Plan and Activation Strategy has now been completed
and endorsed at a Council Meeting on the 3 October 2017. This strategy was
commenced in January 2017 and underwent two extensive community consultation
processes. The Redcliffe Foreshore Master Plan and Activation Strategy provides
a framework for decision making around events, activities and temporary
commercial permits for nine precincts along the peninsula's foreshore
Established in 1874, Redcliffe Cemetery is located on MacDonnell Road at Kippa-Ring. Its attractive and landscaped grounds are the resting place for many Redcliffe pioneers and local identities.
Activities include indoor soccer, football (soccer), softball, squash, dance parties, after school care, dance, gymnastics, ju jitsu, judo, kickboxing, gym, boxing, trampolining and youth services.
Redcliffe transfer station
Located at 261 Duffield Road, Clontarf. For local residential waste only.
Our History - Redcliffe District
Redcliffe, Queensland’s first settlement city, has a rich and varied history. Before European settlement in 1824, the area now known as Redcliffe was inhabited by Aborigines who took full advantage of the foods that could be easily found in and around its waters.
Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe
The Redcliffe Jetty has been considered the heart of the Peninsula ever since ships carrying holiday makers started arriving in the late 1800s. The jetty is a gateway to Moreton Bay offering cruises to Moreton Island and surrounding areas and is also one of south-east Queensland’s most popular fishing spots.
There is one hall available for hire which offers basic facilities. Community markets are held at the Showgrounds on Sundays and the area is available to camping clubs for prearranged camp bookings.
Monthly club for older library members giving the opportunity to meet new friends. Play board games and cards, morning tea provided.
Join us to hear about Then and now: the changing face of Redcliffe, the exciting new publication of the historical group, History Redcliffe.
Redcliffe KiteFest is the ultimate kids weekend!
The Redcliffe Aerodrome is located at Wirraway Drive, Rothwell. Its hours of operation are 6.00am to 10.00pm daily.