See 'world-first' stunt at Redcliffe Jetty

Published 1:40pm 7 June 2024

See 'world-first' stunt at Redcliffe Jetty
Words by Kylie Knight

The Redcliffe Jetty will be the stage for a ‘world-first’ stunt on Monday morning.

The stunt will be performed as the Today Show’s weather presenter Tim Davies broadcasts live from the Peninsula landmark.

The crew will be onsite from 5.30-8.45am to showcase the Moreton Bay region to Australia.

Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism General Manager Destination Management Luke Edwards is being coy about the stunt’s details, not giving much away.

“It will be to launch a new destination event for the City of Moreton Bay and a world first at the Redcliffe Jetty,” Luke says.

“It’s a chance to see something at the jetty you won’t see again.”

Members of the public are welcome to join in the fun and see the action for themselves at Redcliffe Jetty from 5.30-8.45am.

The segment will be brought to you by Visit Moreton Bay and delivered by the team at Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism.

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