Wynnum Manly Visitor Information Centre

Wynnum Manly Visitor Information Centre on the William Gunn Jetty

Located on the William Gunn Jetty in Manly, the Wynnum Manly Visitor Information Centre is in the Manly Harbour Village. The information centre has all of the maps and attraction information you would typically expect and friendly helpful staff to answer any questions you may have or suggest where you can go. The shop has … Read more

Scarness Park

Scarness Park

Scarness Park is on the Hervey Bay foreshore trail, with all the facilities to enjoy the bay’s beautiful views and beach. Whether you come here passing through along the trail or especially for some recreational time with friends and family, Scarness Park is a great spot to go. There is green grass areas to spread … Read more

Quota Park

Quota Park at Hervey Bay

The foreshore of Hervey Bay is scattered with parks and beach access, Quota Park in Urangan is one of the great spots to enjoy some of the seaside town’s best attributes. Quota Park is along the Esplanade Trail, a 14km walking and cycling trail following the shoreline of Hervey Bay from Dayman Park in Urangan … Read more

Rockingham Coastal Drive

Brown sign for Rockingham Coastal Drive, Tourist Route 202, Western Australia

Rockingham Coastal Drive is in Western Australia as Tourist Drive 202. It is a 20km scenic drive along the Rockingham coast, about 40kms south of Perth. The drive starts on Kwinana Beach Road, after turning off Patterson Road. Turn left towards Kwinana Beach shortly afterwards. Go all the way to the end to reach Wells … Read more

Derby Jetty

Derby Jetty with mud coloured water below it

The Derby Jetty is an unusual horseshoe-shaped jetty across the marshes from the township of Derby. The jetty is open to pedestrian access and you will find tourists and locals dropping by to watch the massive tides and dropping in a fishing line or two. The massive tides in the King Sound, up to 12 … Read more

Baxters Jetty

Jetty with fishermen, path along foreshore, taken at Baxters Jetty in Shorncliffe

If you are visiting Shorncliffe and your fishing gear is handy, you might want to try a spot of fishing at Baxter’s Jetty. Built to replace the original dilapidated Baxter’s Jetty, the jetty today dates back to 1920 and is still a popular spot for both the local and visiting fisherman. The jetty is named … Read more

Shorncliffe Pier

Shorncliffe Pier

The historic Shorncliffe Pier built in 1882 extends 350 metres into Bramble Bay, the largest timber pier in Brisbane and the largest recreational pier in Australia. The timber pier was formerly known as Sandgate Pier, originally 259 metres long. It was extended by 91 metres in 1884 to allow additional depth for steam passenger ferries … Read more

Redcliffe Jetty

Jetty out from the beach with a rotunda part way along, taken from the sand at Redcliffe Jetty

As the first European settlement in Queensland in 1824, Redcliffe has a long history in the Morton Bay region. The first Redcliffe Jetty built in 1885 has become an iconic symbol of Redcliffe. The jetty, together with Redcliffe’s Settlement Cove Lagoon in close walking distance, attracts locals and tourists alike. The current jetty is the … Read more

Bongaree Jetty

Jetty and sandy beach, at Bongaree Jetty on Bribie Island

Bongaree Jetty is a popular spot to enjoy the calmer waters of Bongaree Beach, BBQ picnics in the park, an ice-cream from Scoopy’s, and from the jetty, jumping into the water or trying your luck with some fishing. Bongaree is located a short drive from the bridge when first crossing the bridge onto Bribie Island, … Read more

Norfolk Point

Rock wall jetty at the end of Norfolk Point at Manly

Manly at the eastern end of Brisbane on the southern side of the river was once a popular tourist destination in the late 1800s and early 1900s. With the increase of car ownership making longer distances more accessible, Manly lost its popularity as a holiday resort. Manly, a destination along the Southern Moreton Bay Tourist … Read more