Redcliffe Skyline Set for Major Transformation with Array of Development Projects

The Redcliffe skyline is slated for further transformation this year as various construction projects gain momentum, reflecting bullish expectations of interest in housing in the area in the coming months.



Orilla (Woody Point)

Last year saw the commencement of groundwork along the waterfront in Woody Point, where Traders In Purple embarked on constructing 32 luxury residences. The newly unveiled Orilla development, soaring eight stories high, has already made waves by setting a price record for the area, with apartments fetching close to $3 million.

Photo Credit: Traders in Purple

In December, Traders In Purple secured approval to erect 175 apartments across two buildings on Gayundah Esplanade, with the project expected to launch mid-year. This development site holds historical significance as it once housed the iconic Palace Hotel, where the Bee Gees performed their maiden paid gig. The hotel, which ceased operations in 2013, fell victim to a devastating fire in 2014.

Gayundah Esplanade
Photo Credit: Traders in Purple

The Redcliffe CBD is currently abuzz with four sizable projects underway, with one already in construction.

99 Sutton St

Anticipated next year, residents will move into an 82-apartment Brisbane Housing Company (BHC) development tailored for older individuals. The seven-story complex at 99 Sutton St will comprise 59 social and 23 affordable one-bedroom apartments catering to those aged 55 and above. These affordable homes are made possible through support from the Queensland Government’s Housing Investment Fund.

Affordable Housing
Photo Credit: MoretonBayRegionalCouncil

Lumiere

Meanwhile, plans for a nine-story residential development at the corner of Sutton St and Creek St are pending commencement. Dubbed Lumiere, the project will feature 14 apartments boasting scenic sea views, along with two ground-floor food and beverage outlets, likely to include a café and restaurant.

Lumiere
Photo Credit: Velcon Enterprises

Former Site of Redcliffe Picture Palace

A stone’s throw away on Redcliffe Parade, the façade of the historic Redcliffe Picture Palace, later known as the Pier Theatre, will be incorporated into an 82-unit apartment block. Originating in 1928, the Palace met a fiery demise in 1943 but was resurrected as the Pier Theatre, with its original façade still gracing Redcliffe Parade

Redcliffe Picture Palace
Photo Credit: MoretonBayRegionalCouncil

Blue Water Square Shopping Centre Revamp

Further revitalisation is on the horizon for the Blue Water Square Shopping Centre, set to undergo a dramatic makeover with the addition of a new 142-room hotel.

Photo Credit: MoretonBayRegionalCouncil

Addressing the region’s demand for short-term accommodations, the eight-story hotel will feature a top-floor bar accessible to guests and the public, a swimming pool, public art installations, and scenic views overlooking Moreton Island.



Aqua (Woody Point)

Lastly, Aqua, an upscale development situated waterfront at Woody Point, is slated for completion this year, introducing six luxury apartments spread across six levels.

Published 22-February-2024

Get Ready For An Exciting Weekend At Redcliffe Jetty’s Easter Pop-up Market!

Easter is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate the season than with an exciting pop-up market at the Redcliffe Parade? This weekend, April 7 and 9, head over to the jetty for the Redcliffe Markets Easter Pop Up Market 2023.


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The jetty will be buzzing with over 200 market stalls, live music, food and drink stalls, and the iconic Brisbane-to-Gladstone race. The best part is that entry is absolutely free!

The market promises to be a fantastic day out for families and friends, with a wide range of products on offer, from handmade gifts to homewares and accessories. With food stalls serving up everything from seafood and macrons to pizza and wagyu wraps, visitors can satisfy their cravings whilst enjoying the festive atmosphere.

Photo credit: Moreton Bay Regional Council/Facebook

That’s not all! The Easter pop-up market will also feature live music and entertainment, making it the perfect place to soak up the spring sunshine whilst enjoying some great tunes. And don’t forget to keep an eye out for the Easter bunnies hopping around, adding to the excitement of the event.

Brisbane-to-Gladstone race

Easter Pop-up Market
Photo credit: www.brisbanetogladstone.com

One of the highlights of the market is the chance to view the start of the Brisbane-to-Gladstone race. This iconic sailing race is a must-see for Redcliffe, and visitors to the market will have a front-row seat to the action. So bring your family and friends and make a day of it at the jetty.


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Entry to the market is free, so there’s no excuse not to come and check it out. Whether you’re looking for unique gifts, delicious food, or just a fun day out, the Easter pop-up market at Redcliffe jetty has got you covered. So what are you waiting for? Get ready for some fun at Redcliffe Markets Easter Weekend Pop-Up Market 2023!

WhereRedcliffe Parade, Redcliffe
WhenFriday 7 April 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and Sunday 9 April 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Published 6-April-2023

Redcliffe Parade is ‘Staying Alive’ with Redcliffe Markets Night Fever

Redcliffe Parade is staying alive and throwing a boogie time bash on the foreshore. Get ready to celebrate with disco, dancing, and all things deliciously good at the Redcliffe Markets Night Fever!



Happening Saturday, 21st May 2022, the Redcliffe Markets Night Fever is a FREE entry, outdoor, family-friendly event that will run from 4:00 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. No Jive Talkin’ here as you’ll be able to shimmy down a market wonderland brimming with street food, unique finds and awesome activities on our main stage by the Jetty and around the market. 

Redcliffe Markets
Photo Credit: Supplied
Redcliffe Markets
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Redcliffe Markets Night Fever will feature a Bee Gees Tribute Band, Workshops & Flash Mob, and  Costume Competition and FIREWORKS!

Bee Gees Tribute Band

Staying Alive, Australia’s most funky Bee Gees tribute trio, will be gracing the stage at the Redcliffe Markets Night Fever. Hitting all of the HA HA HIIIIGH notes, Staying Alive is performing on the main stage at 5:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 

Workshops & Flash Mob

Have you ever wanted to learn some disco moves, or be a part of a flash mob? Bring a Plate dance is bringing the moves and putting on TWO Disco Dancing workshops in Rotary Park…then (if you’re feeling brave) it’s time to FLASH MOB in front of the Jetty building and turn the streets of the market into a huge dancefloor!

There are two sessions:

  • 4:00 p.m. workshop for a 5:00 p.m. Flash Mob
  • 6:00 p.m. workshop for a 6:45 p.m. Flash Mob
Redcliffe Markets
Photo Credit: Supplied

Costume Competition and FIREWORKS

The best dressed 70s disco dude or dudette who posts their costume on social media, tagging @redcliffemarkets and #redcliffemarketsnightfever will become DISCO ROYALTY and get the chance to jump on stage and PUSH THE PLUNGER to set off our HUGE fireworks display at 8:00 p.m.

Redcliffe Markets
Photo Credit: Supplied

Register for a free ticket to Night Fever on Eventbrite to go into the draw to WIN a weekend fit for Disco Royalty! You could WIN One Night at luxurious Oaks Mon Komo Suites in an Ocean View Apartment PLUS 2 tickets to “Best of Bee Gees Show” featuring Colin ‘Smiley’ Peterson. The ORIGINAL Bee Gees Drummer. Courtesy of Redcliffe Entertainment Centre. (Ts and Cs apply)

Remember to mark the 21st of May in your calendar for NIGHT FEVER at Redcliffe Markets!

  • Disco Dancing and 70s music! 
  • Bee Gees Cover Band
  • Costume Competition
  • Street Food Galore
  • Local handmade, quirky gifts and artisan provisions
  • Sideshow Alley and kids activities
  • And so much more…  

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Begin 2022 with a Double Bang at the Redcliffe Markets New Year’s Eve Party

Redcliffe Markets on Redcliffe Parade is set to mark 2022 with a “double bang!” Check out the NYE Party at Redcliffe Markets, where there will be not just one, but TWO fireworks displays along with some eats, treats, and heaps of entertainment!



Set for Friday, 31 December 2021, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Redcliffe Markets will turn into a pop-up wonderland with loads of treasures, trinkets, gourmet street food, as well as plenty of free entertainment for little kids and big kids alike.

There will be no shortage of treats as the very best of Queensland’s gourmet market eats will be there. Whilst you’re enjoying the food and drinks, bands and live musicians will enliven the party so guess may get in a shimmy, a boogie, or even a cheeky twist! If you’re not up for dancing, the sideshow alley will be filled with games galore. 



The New Year’s celebration wouldn’t be complete without a stunning display in the sky so by 7:00 p.m., the first of two fireworks displays will be set off whilst the second set will light up by 9:00 p.m. 

Photo Credit: Supplied
Photo Credit: Supplied

Register to join the New Year’s Eve celebrations at the Redcliffe Markets.