Bayside Suburb Profiles
Popular seaside towns dot the coastline north and south of the Brisbane River mouth. To the north, Sandgate, Brighton and Shorncliffe are buzzing suburbs with charming beaches, cute cafes, hip bars, historic architecture and the iconic Shorncliffe Pier to explore. To the south, Wynnum features a tidal wading pool and water park for children, and Manly is home to the southern hemisphere's largest marina, which is filled with magnificent yachts. It has also become a little hub for new restaurants and bars!
Covering the postcode 4159 in the City’s north-west, Birkdale arcs from the Redlands Coast boundary with Brisbane around to the Moreton Bay foreshore between Thorneside and Wellington Point and includes one of Redlands Coast two canal estates, Aquatic Paradise.
The inner-city suburb of Bulimba is located to the East of Brisbane’s CBD and borders the Brisbane River. Bulimba is home to an expansive variety of cafes, restaurants, boutiques and plenty of green spaces.
Manly the Harbor of Brisbane - with its stunning boat harbour, is home to waterfront restaurants and cafes, as well as an overwater bar, seafood eateries, open fire restaurant, seafront markets, beautiful walks, free movies in the park and more.
Margate, Redcliffe and Scarborough
With spectacular views of Moreton Island from Margate. At the northern end of the Redcliffe Peninsula, the Scarborough Boat Harbour is always a hive of activity.
Traditionally a farming community, flower farms can still be found in the area, although much of Ormiston is now a desirable residential area, with its bay views and tree-lined streetscapes classic examples of Redlands Coast bayside lifestyle.
A location to love, the family will benefit from the short five-minute drive to both Faith Lutheran and Carmel Colleges and the water´s edge of Moreton Bay is within easy reach with gorgeous beaches, boat ramps and bay ferries. Lakeside dining, major shopping options, cinemas and all amenities are just minutes away at Victoria Point.
Nestled between Wellington Point and Tingalpa Creek on Waterloo Bay, Thorneside is Redlands Coast northern-most – and geographically smallest – mainland suburb and retains much of it's old village character.
Perched on the tip of a peninsula, Wellington Point is a bustling, friendly seaside suburb in the Redlands. On weekends the water is enjoyed to the fullest by locals and visitors who head to this village located 22km south-east of Brisbane.
Bayside Living In Wynnum - Outer Eastern (Bayside) Suburb is an incredibly beautiful area. In a five minute drive, you will see yourself strolling along the marina and never miss out on everything the neighborhood has to offer in the form of parks and restaurants.