Queens Beach South

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Beach with the water to the left, sandy at the top of the beach and exposed red rock base at the waterline, taken at Queens Beach South on the Redcliffe Peninsula

Queens Beach South on the Redcliffe Peninsula is a section of beach on Moreton Bay just north of Redcliffe Jetty Brown Sign link on Redcliffe Peninsula.

One of three beach destinations in Redcliffe using the name Queens Beach, it is separated from Queens Beach Brown Sign link to the north by a rock wall jetty that is a popular spot for fishing. The other beach is further north and called Queens Beach North.

The beach is not particularly sandy, with a lot of rock in the sand and a lot of the common red volcanic rock base a little under the sand. Better swimming opportunities can be had at Redcliffe Jetty Brown Sign link or the far better Queens Beach North Brown Sign link.

The main access to Queens Beach South is from Stevens St, where the brown sign for it is found. A well-shaded picnic table sits under a tree a few metres south from Stevens St.

You can also access Queens Beach South from Shield St. It is here where the rock wall jetty is found and there is a large open grass area with a picnic table. The picnic table here is open in the sun which is nice during the winter months.

As with all of the beach locations on the Redcliffe Peninsula, the Moreton Bay foreshore path runs along the length of the beach, a path that starts at Newport and continues all the way to Pelican Park Brown Sign link in Clontarf and onto the bridge.

To get there:

Coming from north of Brisbane along the Bruce Hwy, follow the signs to Redcliffe. A brown sign to Redcliffe is at the approach to Deception Bay Rd (exit 142). Follow Deception Bay Rd for 7.7km, and turn left into Anzac Ave. Continue on Anzac Ave for another 3.3km and veer left at the lights following the tourist sign onto Klingner Rd. Follow Klingner Rd for 4.2km and turn left onto Prince Edward Parade. Follow Prince Edward Parade for 200m and turn right into Stevens St with the brown sign for Queens Beach South. Access to the beach is a few metres ahead.

Coming from the south, there are two points to enter Redcliffe. The Deagon Deviation is accessed from the Gateway Motorway (exit 120A). Follow the Deagon Deviation for 6.1km, and cross over the Ted Smout Memorial Bridge, another 2.9km. At the end of the bridge, follow to the right from the 2 right lanes off the bridge onto Hornibrook Esp. Continue for 6.7km, the road bending to the left becoming Oxley Ave along the way, turn right into Klingner Rd. Follow Klingner Rd 350m to the roundabout and turn left onto Prince Edward Parade. Follow Prince Edward Parade for 200m and turn right into Stevens St with the brown sign for Queens Beach South. Access to the beach is a few metres ahead.

Coming from the south, you can also head up the Bruce Hwy from along Gympie Rd. If you miss the Deagon Deviation exit, you will eventually come to this exit also. Take the exit to Anzac Ave (exit 133), and keep to the right lane to go under the overpass and loop back to Anzac Ave, turning left towards Redcliffe. Drive for 4.8kms and turn right to continue along Anzac Ave. Continue following Anzac Ave for another 3.3km and veer left at the lights following the tourist sign onto Klingner Rd. Follow Klingner Rd for 4.2km and turn left onto Prince Edward Parade. Follow Prince Edward Parade for 200m and turn right into Stevens St with the brown sign for Queens Beach South. Access to the beach is a few metres ahead.

Cost: Free

Hours: Anytime

Toilets: No

Bins: Yes

Tables: Yes

Seating: Yes

Water: No

Food: Yes, cafe on Shield Street and Prince Edward Pde

Wheelchair accessible: Yes, with assistance

Pets: Yes, on leash

BBQ: No

Cost:Free

Hours:Anytime

Toilets:No

Bins:Bins

Tables/Seating:Picnic Tables

Water:None

Wheelchair accessible:Yes

Pets:Yes, on leash

Playground:No


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