Picturesque Woody Point allows visitors the chance to soak up a relaxed seaside village experience. Its many charming eateries and seaside arts and craft shops, give Woody Point a casual atmosphere.
Perched at the southern tip of the Redcliffe Peninsula, its beaches are a much loved Brisbane aquatic playground where people can swim, sail, or lie back and watch the dolphins play. Come on a Sunday and watch the spectacular sight of yachts racing in the bay, before they return to the local Humpybong Yacht Club
Fishing enthusiasts can make the most of the waters around Woody Point jetty, just as the many pelicans do that call this section of Redcliffe home.
Picnic facilities are abundant in the parks along the esplanade, and you can also enjoy a long, relaxing walk or cycle around the point on flat, dedicated pathways. A visit to the Gayundah Coastal Arboretum is certainly worthwhile and is perfect for picnics with its views to Moreton Island and its array of rare plant species..
Woody Point is historically significant as a landing spot of Mathew Flinders in 1799, and is the final resting place of the heavily armed ‘Gayundah’ warship wreck which first took to the water in 1885 before being finally decommissioned in 1958.
Activites and Experiences at Woody Point
- Automatic Teller Machine
- Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
- Post Office
- Public Telephone
- Takeaway Food
- RTN, QH and National Distributors (TQ)