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Redcliffe QLD 4020, Australia

Introduction of Redcliffe

Redcliffe is a coastal neighborhood in the northern suburb of (Brisbane), Queensland's capital, about 35 kilometers from Brisbane.

Redcliffe was the first settlement of European immigrants in Queensland in 1824 and has evolved into a festive community and holiday center that is ideal for family vacations, seafood festival (Seafood Festival), The kite festival, (Kite Fest), and the first immigration festival, (First Settlement Festival), are some of the local celebrations.

Redcliffe is a perfect blend of soft beaches and blue seas, with 22 kilometers of soft beaches and an appetizing seafood restaurant. You can also enjoy the magnificent view of (Moreton Bay) in Morton Bay from (Hornibrook Highway), Honeybrook Expressway. The Redcliffe area has a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy. Take a historic stroll to settle in the Bay lagoon (Settlement Cove Lagoon), ride a bike along a 35-kilometer picturesque bike track, and explore the original ecological wetlands. From Redcliffe, you can easily travel to the unique wilderness of (Moreton Island), Morton Island, for a one-day tour and camping. At the Redcliffe Museum (Redcliffe museum), you can explore the rich and colorful history of Redcliffe, watch a few old movies to entertain your body and mind, visit art galleries to nurture your interests, or watch whales and dolphins play.

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