Redcliffe is a coastal residential suburb of the Moreton Bay Region in the east north-east of the Redcliffe peninsula, approximately 28 kilometres (17 mi) north-north-east of the Brisbane CBD.
The town’s name originates from “Red Cliff Point” named by the explorer Matthew Flinders, referring to the red cliffs at Woody Point. Redcliffe became Queensland’s first colony in 1824; however, it was soon abandoned for Brisbane. Since the 1880s, this area has been a popular seaside resort location due to its proximity to Brisbane.
Moreton Bay Able Anglers utilise several public and private fishing platforms in the Redcliffe area for our fishing groups. Most of these platforms are wheelchair friendly and all are safe for mobility and stability. When booking our session for this area, the exact location of the session is provided to our participants the day before the session to ensure all aspects are taken into account such as;
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