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