Take a guided walking tour of Redcliffe and learn about the history of the area and the first settlers.
The walking tour, guided by a Redcliffe Museum volunteer, takes approximately one hour, commencing from Captain Cook Park where mention is made of the explorations of Cook and Matthew Flinders.
Next stop is at the First Settlement Memorial Wall which is the site of the first settlement, chosen by John Oxley, in September 1824.
At the Redcliffe Jetty learn about the three jetties which serviced the city since 1885. At the Koopa Deck learn about the SS Koopa which brought tourists to Redcliffe between 1911 and 1953.
On the way to the Redcliffe Museum you pass the only remaining World War II air raid shelter and the site of a convict built well. The remains of an old weir on Humpybong Creek are the last point of interest before arrival at the Redcliffe Museum.
The guided walking tour is free of charge on admission to the Redcliffe Museum at 75 Anzac Ave, Redcliffe. Phone (07) 3883 1898 for enquiries.
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