Redcliffe Lagoon

Also known as Settlement Cove

Redcliffe Lagoon overlooks Moreton Bay on Redcliffe’s foreshore and the view is amazing looking out onto Moreton Island.

Redcliffe Lagoon has everything for a great family day out and best of all it’s free!

It has water jets, toadstools and bugs that squirt water, children’s playground, wading pools and beach side BBQ’s. There is a large swimming lagoon for the big kids (or adults) too. You will find Redcliffe Lagoon surrounded by grassy picnic areas & bikeways.

Amenities at Settlement Cove

Sails Cafe is only a short walk away and has great food (there are many others too), plus the heart of Redcliffe shopping district is just a short stroll. There are toilet facilities, showers and change rooms, and disabled ramps so is accessible with prams….yay!! Redcliffe Lagoon is Brisbane’s best kept secret! It can get busy though and it is patrolled during summer months. It is beautiful, well kept and definitely worth a day trip out.

Redcliffe Lagoon is not the only reason to head to the Bay. With an array of WOW playgrounds such as Pelican Park and Scarborough Beach Playground as well as regular kite flying out Clontarf way, this is a great family day out. There are also lots of boutiques and interesting places to eat along the foreshore.





















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One response to “Redcliffe Lagoon”

  1. Trish Topp says:

    Hi, I am a part of a camping group and we have a day trip coming up this weekend, on the 5th January 2013. We will be going to the Redcliffe Lagoons for a night time swim and BBQ. If anyone is interested in joining us, please search Brisbane Family Camping. Even if it is your first time, please feel free to join us. We also have child friendly camping

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