Woody Point

About Woody Point

A picturesque relaxed seaside village located on the southern tip of the Redcliffe Peninsula.

The Redcliffe peninsula is comprised of the suburbs; Redcliffe, Margate, Woody Point, Scarborough, Kippa-Ring, Clontarf, Newport and Rothwell.

Woody Point beaches are most loved element of the suburb with locals heading outdoors to enjoy everything from sailing, swimming, walking, riding or simply lying on the beach.


Woody Point had two schools Southern Cross Catholic College and Woody Point Special School. Additional schools are located in neighbouring suburbs.

Located along the foreshore are a number of cafes, restaurants, retail boutique stores, as well as stand-along corner shops throughout the suburb.

Things to see and do in Woody Point

  • Woody Point Jetty
  • Crockatt Park
  • The Belvedere
  • Redcliffe Parkour Park
  • Scotts Point Beach

History of Woody Point

Woody Point is historically significant as the landing spot of Mathew Flinders in 1799.

Much of the peninsula was subdivided into farm lots in the early 1870s, but settlement was sparse. The construction of the peninsula's first significant jetty at Woody Point in 1882, brought about some development.

The Belvedere was first built in the 1890s as a boarding house by Mrs Jamison. She later sold the premise to Thomas Snook who then converted it into a hotel and pub in 1901.

Woody Point was the first stopping place after crossing Bramble Bay on the Hornibrook Highway (1935). It tended to draw people after an outing of fish and chips on the foreshore.

Woody Point is the final resting place of the heavily armed 'Gayundah' warship wreck which first took to the water in 1885 before being decommissioned in 1958.

Residential redevelopment - apartments and units was concentrated around the Redcliffe and Scarborough beaches in the 1980s-90s, but by the 2000s developers reconsidered Woody Point.

The Latest Woody Point News

Local News   •   16-8-2022  •   Nick Crockford

Same again for Cowboys' clash

Vodafone Warriors interim head coach Stacey Jones pictured above, has named an unchanged line-up, but with Chanel Harris-Tavita on the bench, for Friday’s NRL 23 clash with the North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville (6pm AEST).…

Local News   •   16-8-2022  •   Nick Crockford

Celebrating 30 years of island living

Bolton Clarke’s Bongaree Retirement Village said cheers to 30 years on Saturday with residents gathering for a celebration of the village’s history.…

Local News   •   16-8-2022  •   Nick Crockford

Milestone matches for dynamic duo

Two of our region’s top hockey players, Shane Kenny and Ian Schulz, have reached the same sporting milestone just two weeks apart.…

Local News   •   12-8-2022  •   Nick Crockford

Redcliffe to host Australia-first conference

Redcliffe will host the first Senior Active Doctors Conference this weekend for experts to discuss how senior doctors may continue to help their communities.…

Local News   •   12-8-2022  •   Nick Crockford

Food for thought on Father's Day

The Tastes of Moreton Bay Feastival (August 19-September 25) has a marvellous menu of attractions – especially those looking for Father’s Day gifts!…

Region has 19 suburbs in new fire ant zone

Nineteen suburbs in the Moreton Bay Region are being added to fire ant biosecurity zones as a precaution against one of the world’s worst invasive pests.…

Historic gold - Commonwealth Games Day 10

There was gold, silver and almost bronze for our region to celebrate at the Commonwealth Games this morning when former Pine Rivers netballer Steph Wood helped make Australian sporting history.…

Shooting for gold - Commonwealth Games Day 9

Steph Wood and Renee Taylor will carry our region's hopes for more gold tonight on the final day of competition at the Commonwealth Games - but there was no medal for Ella Connolly. …

Going for gold - Commonwealth Games Day 8

After dramatic semi-finals this morning, a golden opportunity awaits for two former Moreton Bay residents at the Commonwealth Games - and they may be joined by a third tonight.…

Redcliffe has 10 from 10 at Brisbane championships

Redcliffe Leagues Swimming Club’s small team had big successes at the Brisbane Short Course Championships.…

Raise the bar and join us at Brewfest

There’s no better way to celebrate today’s International Beer Day (IBD) than by locking in a plan to head along to Moreton Bay Region’s very own Brewfest.…

Moreton Bay's medal haul equals a Commonwealth nation

Seventh heaven! That’s the hypothetical Commonwealth Games dreamland Moreton Bay Region is in this morning. Here's why.…

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Woody Point Jetty | Redcliffe Peninsula

For things to do in Redcliffe head to Woody Point Jetty. With spectacular views and great fishing spots it's a day out the whole family can enjoy. …

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