Suttons Beach

Redcliffe

A little strip of patrolled sand, Suttons Beach is one of the best swimming beaches on the peninsula.

Its gentle waves are ideal for children and non-confident swimmers and although much of its grassy foreshore is treeless, its northern end is fringed by a shady strip of park with a playground.

The beach is connected at the southern end with a scenic path that heads around to Woody Point via the Gayundah wreck or at the northern end to Redcliffe town centre via Settlement Cove.

Suttons Beach

Marine Pde

Redcliffe

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Marine Parade, Redcliffe, Queensland

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