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Redvue Apartments - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Redvue Apartments

83 Marine Parade, Redcliffe - Map
 
 
"Nice and OK"
Nothing special but close to facilities. Clean. Tidy. For the right price a good place to stay.
Traveller from Toowoomba, Queensland
Redcliffe Motor Inn - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Redcliffe Motor Inn

125 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe - Map
 
 
"clean and good value"
I must admit I booked our room based on location but was pleasantly surprised at the standard of the rooms on offer. would recommend this accommodation for good value and close proximity to the water at Redcliffe.
A Traveller
La Vida on Anzac - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

La Vida on Anzac

41 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe - Map
 
 
The accommodation exceeded our expectations, was very comfortable and very convenient in location.
A Traveller
Oaks Mon Komo - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Oaks Mon Komo

99 Marine Parade, Redcliffe - Map
 
 
"First impressions count a lot."
From first seeing Oaks Mon Komo in the distance to signing out after four nights, the whole experience was very pleasant. The building, reception staff, and opening the door to the unit all made for good 'first impressions'. Oaks Mon Komo delivered in every way on those first impressions.
Traveller from Bundaberg
Proximity Waterfront Apartments - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Proximity Waterfront Apartments

185 Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe - Map
 
 
"Comfy paradise"
Location was perfect - close to shops, restaurants and beach. Markets on Sunday morning just around the corner was a bonus. Unit was very comfortable and roomy and area is very quite.
A Traveller

Top Hotels Near Redcliffe

Reid's Place - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Reid's Place

377 Scarborough Road, Scarborough - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (7 reviews)
Located in the Queensland, in the very heart of Scarborough, north of Brisbane, the luxury Guest House Reid's Place is the …More
Brighton Hotel - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Brighton Hotel

196 Brighton Terrace, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Cheap and convenient "
Cheap and convenient. Friendly staff, close to the beach, jetty and Scarborough. Accomodation a little seedy but clean and with TV and fridge. Excellent running water in the shower.
A Traveller
Johnstone's on Oxley Bed & Breakfast - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Johnstone's on Oxley Bed & Breakfast

585 Oxley Avenue, Scarborough - Map
 
 
Excellent all-round - the area is lovely and this is a nice place with excellent rooms.
A Traveller
Scarborough Beach Resort - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Scarborough Beach Resort

89 Landsborough Avenue, Scarborough - Map
 
 
Bit pricey hotel is out dated. Level 1 smelt like cigarette smoke. Staff were good and changed our room. however great BBQ area on level 9
Traveller from QLD
The Scarborough Beach Resort is a quality Scarborough apartment . Situated on the Redcliffe Peninsula north of Brisbane …More
Brisbane International - Virginia - Boondall Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Brisbane International - Virginia

Zillmere Road, Boondall - Map
 
 
"Nice grounds"
Got in late but the reception girl gave us a upgraded room for no charge excellent service
Traveller from townsville
The Brisbane International Virginia is a four star property set amongst six acres of lush tropical gardens. The property has …More

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    Pocket Guide: Redcliffe

    Set on the banks of Northern Moreton Bay, the Redcliffe Peninsula is a thriving little hub of old and new. Encompassing the city of Redcliffe and the tightknit suburbs of Woody Point, Margate, Scarborough, Kippa-Ring, Clontarf, Rothwell and Newport, Redcliffe Peninsula is most commonly referred to as simply Redcliffe. Touting seaside adventures along its shores, a buzzing local dining scene and a relaxed vibe that makes it the perfect holiday destination, wot more could you want? Book your Redcliffe accommodation with us today!

    Named by Matthew Flinders in 1799, the red cliff faces that stand out from the shores were his source of inspiration. Settled by Europeans in 1824, Redcliffe is Queensland’s first settlement city but was relocated to the banks of the Brisbane River the following year and left deserted. Years later in the 1860s, the area was declared an agricultural reserve before a land boom hit in the 1880s and its seaside location was again highly prized. Today, Redcliffe’s safe, sandy and sheltered beaches are still drawing in locals who love the chance to get away from the Brisbane city in exchange for a laid-back lifestyle just 40 minutes’ drive away.

    All across the peninsula, picnicking, boating, cycling, windsurfing and stacks of water activities await you! Fish and chips takeaway joints, cute cafes and nice restaurants line the water and the city heart. Also in the city centre, you’ll absolutely love the free Settlement Cove Lagoon and Sutton’s Beach – the only patrolled beach on the peninsula, complete with barbeque areas and playgrounds. Take a stroll out along the jetty, which comes alive on Sundays with the Redcliffe Jetty Markets. Browse stalls full of food, funky crafts, jewellery, fashion, plants, and all sorts of bric-a-brac that you probably don’t need but won’t be able to resist!

    At the northern end of the Peninsula, Scarborough Boat Harbour is a vibrant precinct that offers vehicular ferry services across to Moreton Island, the third-largest sand island in the world! Both here, and at the nearby Newport Marina, you will find a number of cruise, fishing, and scuba diving charters to chauffeur you out onto the water. All around the peninsula, the emphasis is on lifestyle. This is a great spot to holiday with kids! Within easy reach you can also take a day trip to the beautiful Sunshine Coast and Sunshine Coast Hinterlands, or the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains to the north.

    A really special time to visit Redcliffe is in May, when the weekend Kitefest showers the sky in colourful kites of all shapes and sizes, luring in kite enthusiasts from around the world. The warbird aerial displays, seafood and wine make sure the adults have something extra to enjoy. Come September and the Celebrate Redcliffe Festival goes off! Street parties, a sunset fiesta, superboat championships, amusement rides, and food and market stalls are all part of the free and jam-packed program.

    So, thinking about booking a stay in Redcliffe? Wot are you waiting for? Check out or range of Redcliffe Peninsula hotels and lock it in!

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