Brisbane's Best Bay Walks

Explore Brisbane's beautiful bayside with these 10 great walks, from Scarborough in the north to Cleveland in the south. On these varied walks you'll discover grand seaside promenades, historic jetties and lighthouses, quaint villages, shipwrecks, the Bee Gees, Queensland's biggest marina, mangrove boardwalks and more:

From Scarborough’s colourful seaside cafe strip, this waterfront walk/cycle winds around the tip of the Redcliffe peninsula through Casuarina-lined parks to the canals of Newport
This seaside walk of around 13km (4-5hrs) return starts at the southern tip of the Redcliffe peninsula.
This is a particularly scenic and easy walk or ride of about 6km return passing through a myriad of waterfront picnic spots and playgrounds on its way to the historical jetty at Shorncliffe.
This peaceful waterfront walk of around 2-2.5km return commences from the intersection of Friday St and Allpass Parade for both motorists and train travellers arriving from nearby Shorncliffe Station.
This leisurely scenic seafront walk or ride of around 10km return packs a lot of variety into its length.
One of Brisbane bayside’s most beautiful walks, this Redland Bay path features tiny red sand beaches and stunning island views
This flat 4km walk/cycle, which takes in quaint 19th century buildings in the bay’s best preserved historical village as well as a number of secluded seafront parks on the way to Cleveland Point.
This unique sea walk is strictly a low tide affair, when a sand causeway between tiny mangrove encircled King Island
This otherwordly Wet'n'Wild Circuit takes you through tea tree groves, red claypan flats, she oaks and a red gum forest in just 1.25kms with a little kids playground on the way
This scenic Redland Bay walk starts at the Pelican Slipway café and follows the shoreline south for about half an hour each way

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