The annual Redcliffe Festival of Sails is set to be bigger than ever in 2019!
During the celebrations there will be a number of road traffic changes, don't let this ruin the start of your Easter break, catch the Free Shuttle Bus to Redcliffe Festival of Sails.
This year there will be two locations to hop on a shuttle bus for free travel to the Festival.
Park for free at the Redcliffe Showgrounds and catch the courtesy shuttle bus to the festival. The shuttle bus will be running frequently from 8.30am to 5.00pm.
Redcliffe Showgrounds: Scarborough Road, Redcliffe
From Brisbane: Travel north on the Bruce Highway and take EXIT 133. Follow the signs along Anzac Avenue to Redcliffe (approximately 9km).
From Brisbane Airport: Travel north on the Gateway Motorway and take the Deagon Deviation exit crossing the Houghton Highway bridge to Redcliffe (approximately 10km). Book airport transfers here.
From Sunshine Coast: Travel south along the Bruce Highway and take EXIT 133. Follow the signs along Anzac Avenue to Redcliffe (approximately 9km).
Leave the car at home and catch the train to the Kippa-Ring Train Station. Free shuttle buses will be running from the train station to the Festival. The shuttle bus will coincide with train arrivals, and only depart once per hour. Running from 8:30am to 5.00pm.
Please note trains will be running on reduced services due to the Public Holiday. Find out the train times at translink.com.au.
The 2019 Redcliffe Festival of Sails will be non-stop entertainment all day long. The fun continues with live entertainment across three stages, including the famous Skydive Australia Skydiving Easter bunny landing on the beach at approximately 10:10am.
2019 marks the 71st Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race, grab a spot along the beach early and watch the live action as the yachts sail past Suttons Beach.
Browse through hundreds of market and food stalls including the new mini Pop-up Icecream Fair featuring a selection of delectable ice cream and gourmet treats.
The kids will love the rides, Easter Egg hunt, sand sculpting workshop and many more activities to get involved in.Back