Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets return

Published 8:00am 4 December 2023

Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets return
Words by Nadia Chapman

The Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets are returning to the Redcliffe foreshore with the best eats, beats and treats the Peninsula has to offer.

The markets will be held at Redcliffe Parade on Saturday, December 9.

Jam-packed with more than 250 stalls, you can find some of the best artisan handmade goods and indulge in delicious eats from across Moreton Bay.

There will be plenty of fun and exciting activities for the little ones, including a jumping castle and circus workshop.

This year, there will also be roaming Christmas characters and stilt walkers spreading the Christmas cheer.

Excitingly, Santa himself will be stopping by from 5-8pm for photo opportunities, so don’t forget to snap a pic before he heads back to the North Pole.

Finish off a fantastic night with a bang with a fireworks display starting at 8.30pm.

Follow the Facebook event page to stay up to date.

Head along

When: Saturday, December 9 from 4-9pm

Where: Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe

Cost: Free entry | free street parking or $5 at Pearson Park, Klinger Rd, with all proceeds going to Clontarf Beach Scout Group

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