Discover Redcliffe Tour

Redcliffe Visitor Information Centre

Are you looking for an authentic tour of the Redcliffe Peninsula region? Traversing the diversity of the coastline with a strong focus on the history of Redcliffe, you can receive a free, local tour guide when booking for a group of 10+. For groups bookings of 10+ with their own transport, the Redcliffe Visitor Information Centre offers a free tour guide to point out places of interest on a 2-hour tour of Queensland’s First Settlement City.

About your Redcliffe tour guide

Your tour guide will be a Redcliffe local volunteer. Having grown up or lived in the region for many years, your Redcliffe tour guide will be an expert in the history of the region, taking you through major sites and tourist attractions, answering any questions you may have.

A suggested itinerary:

The following may be viewed along the tour:

Morning tea option

Reid’s Place, Scarborough has beautiful, private gardens where we would set up a vintage High Tea table, chairs and market umbrella arrangement for each tour group. Reid’s Place also has a shaded verandah at the Homestead as a wet weather alternative

$5 The Devonshire Tea includes a delicious homemade scone with cream and jam and a bottomless cup of tea or percolated coffee in beautiful vintage crockery. The bus/coach driver and tour guide receive the Devonshire Tea free of charge (FOC) per booking.

Mini High Tea Option: Should you wish to offer a more substantial morning tea option, we can provide a mini High Tea for $10 per person. Also presented on beautiful vintage crockery and a tiered platter.

Lunch options

Harbour Side Restaurant – Moreton Bay Boat Club

Offering fresh seafood, a great steak, sandwiches, cakes, teas and coffee, the MBBC has something for the whole family to enjoy. The club bar also offers a selection of local and premium beers and wines.

Bird O’Passage Parade

SCARBOROUGH

P: 3203 5188

W: www.mbbc.org.au

Tempest Seafood Restaurant & Tepanyaki

The menu at Tempest has a strong focus on providing a flavourful menu sourced by local producers. Bursting with freshness, the fish is hand-picked every morning with additional live lobserts, mud crabs and other crustaceans available in the tanks ready for the tapas or à la carte menu, through to the functions menu.

Bird O’Passage Parade

SCARBOROUGH

P: 3203 5744

W: www.morganseafood.com.au

Redcliffe Leagues Club

With over five different dining areas to choose from, it's not wonder the Redcliffe Leagues Club is popular amongst members and visitors alike. From the family restaurant to the Wood Fire Pizza Oven and the Dolpins Canteen, there's something enticing for all apetities.

Corner Klingner & Ashmore Roads

REDCLIFFE

P: 3203 7333

W: www.redcliffeleagues.com.au

Redcliffe RSL

Suitable for all tastes and budgets, the Redcliffe RSL is home to five different dining areas. Sit back and relax in one of the lounges, stop by for a quick snakc at the cafe or take the family to the main restaurant.

Irene Street

REDCLIFFE

P: 3897 6000

W: www.redcliffersl.com.au

Bookings

Tour guides are provided free of charge for groups of 10+. Bookings are essential. Tour guides require a seat for the tour and it is suggested that they are included in your group lunch arrangements at no cost. If you'd like more information on this Redcliffe Tour experience or our other 'Discover Tours' please call 07 3897 4999 or email travel@visitmoretonbayregion.com.au.


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Sunday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Monday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Friday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 4:00pm

Public holidays may vary



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