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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.
Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line Parking Trial - Maps of trial areas
View residential parking permit areas in the following suburbs: Kallangur, Kippa-Ring, Mango Hill, Mango Hill East, Murrumba Downs and Rothwell.
Picnic Hill is a monthly foodtruck extravaganza featuring some of Brisbanes most gourmet foodtrucks!!
Events, activities, music and creative development programs, community groups and youth spaces for young people.
Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe
MBRC Planning Scheme - Drainage Investigation Area (DIA)
In some locations in the Moreton Bay Region, there may be potential for infrastructure solutions, works and/or building design to help reduce the extent and degree of flood risk, while facilitating appropriate redevelopment/intensification of an area.
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.
The Mill at Moreton Bay - Priority Development Area
On 2 September 2016, the Deputy Premier and Minister for Planning, Jackie Trad declared Priority Development Area (PDA) activation over the former Petrie Paper Mill site and surrounding areas.
Rotary Park - Redcliffe
Located approximately 150 metres north of the Redcliffe Jetty overlooking Moreton Bay, this multi-level park includes an open grassed area and lots of natural shade. The park has a large playground with swings, slides and climbing forts. Toilets are located in adjacent parkland.
Redcliffe Botanic Gardens
The Redcliffe Botanic Gardens is a peaceful green haven right in the heart of the city – providing a quick escape from the rigours of everyday life. It is the perfect place to have a picnic, celebrate a birthday or simply enjoy a quiet moment in the beautiful surrounds.
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.
Charlish Park - Redcliffe
Located along the foreshore next door to famous Settlement Cove Lagoon. With views out to Moreton Bay, the park consists of a open grassed area with picnic facilities. Toilets are located at lagoon approximately 100m away. Redcliffe Jetty located 300m away.
Redcliffe Museum - Volunteers
The Redcliffe Museum is always interested in attracting new volunteers.
Captain Cook Park - Redcliffe
This two level park along the Redcliffe foreshore has views to the Redcliffe Jetty and of the Moreton Bay area. Picnic facilities and a playground are located nearby in Rotary Park.
MBRC Planning Scheme - Redcliffe Kippa-Ring local plan
The SEQ Regional plan designates Redcliffe and Kippa-Ring as a Major Regional Activity Centre. As a result, council will prepare the Redcliffe Activity Centre Strategy for this area. The Redcliffe Kippa-Ring local plan covers part of the area.
Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Corridor
Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) is proud to unveil the revolutionary new Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Corridor (RPRC) Investment Prospectus. The RPRC Investment Prospectus is an interactive online portal that innovatively captures and displays investment opportunities available within the RPRC.
Redcliffe Art Gallery - Volunteers
Volunteers play an integral part in the Moreton Bay Galleries’ on-going success at being a valuable part of the community
Redcliffe during the Great War
In commemoration of the 100th year anniversary of the end of
WWI, local historian and author Pat Gee will talk about Redcliffe
during the years 1914-1
Cultural Directory - Redcliffe Peninsula Poets
A friendly group of poets who meet on the first Tuesday of every month in the Winton Room, Redcliffe Cultural Centre.