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Woody Point Jetty | Redcliffe Peninsula

About Woody Point Jetty | Redcliffe Peninsula

Chasing the best sunset or sunrise on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Woody Point Jetty has you covered. The sunset in the west slows down behind the mountains, producing a golden shine across the bay, a beautiful sight to enjoy. While the sunrise rising over the water is a truly jaw-dropping experience, as the stunning shades of orange, yellow and red bounce through the sky and water. The hardest problem is choosing which you'd prefer to catch!

Fishing at Woody Point Jetty

For generations Woody Point Jetty has been the local choice when it comes to fishing, there is plenty of room for experienced and beginner fishermen. Although the optimal fishing season can vary, all year round the catch from the jetty is good, attracting fishermen and women to cast a line into the bay.

History of the Woody Point Jetty

Woody Point Jetty has a rich history from the 1880s, when it was built to accommodate Redcliffe peninsula 's growing township. The jetty has undergone quite a few upgrades over many years and generations, but it has been a constant and favourite fishing spot for locals to come with friends and family.

Grab a bite to eat across the road

After you've finished a spot of fishing why not wander across the road and grab a bite to eat from one of the local restaurants. Options are plentiful with a variety of cafe's, fish and chip takeaway restaurants and the always popular The Belvedere Hotel. The 'Bel' as it's known by locals is the best place to relax and unwind. The "Bel" is only enhanced by the beautiful scenery, with its numerous dining areas providing a direct view of the bay with food to tantalise the senses and drink to sate the thirst.

Facilities

  • Carpark
  • Rubbish bins
  • Bench seating
  • Shelters
  • Toilets at Crockatt Park
  • BBQ facilities at Crockatt Park

Discover more of Woody Point

Woody Point Jetty is located in the southeastern end of Redcliffe and there are many different attractions in the surrounding area to enjoy with the family or to check out solo. Among these attractions are:

  • Crockatt Park; is only 200m down the road from the Woody Point Jetty and is a popular park with families thanks to the playground facilities including a flying fox for the bigger kids.
  • Gayundah Shipwreck; the Gayundah was used as a gunboat in the navy, but now the remains of the shipwreck can be found at the base of the Woody Point cliffs
  • Moreton Bay cycleway; The Moreton Bay Cycleway provides a fantastic way to get out and about with Woody Point Jetty being one of several places to rest and take a break.

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Last Updated: 10am 26 Aug 2020

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