Soak up the atmosphere at the Raby Bay dining precinct in Cleveland
Feel the vibe
The leafy streetscapes of Cleveland are a welcoming gateway to iconic North Stradbroke Island and and the perfect place to start your Redlands adventure. The Cleveland civic centre is easily accessed by road or rail where you can make the most of our beautiful foreshores, parks and playgrounds, the Raby Bay Harbour dining precinct as well as a wide range of retail choices.
Cleveland has a vibrant cafe culture and you’ll find the CBD is often a hive of market activity too.
You can also step back in time at the Redland Museum
where friendly guides are available to help you discover more about our City’s social history.
While you’re here:
- Cleveland Point: Pack a picnic for the park, throw in a fishing line, check out the historic 150-year-old lighthouse or dine at one the restaurants overlooking Moreton Bay and its islands.
- Eat at Raby Bay Harbour: A mouth-watering array of cuisine is on offer at this bustling dining precinct. Look out over luxurious yachts and cruisers while you sample the fare.
- Explore the shops: Browse the gift shops in Bloomfield Street and have a break at one of the many endearing cafes for a treat.
- Indulge: Pamper yourself in one of south-east Queensland’s most unique and luxurious day spa experiences or therapy clinics.
- Get close to nature: Walk or ride your bike through the Black Swamp Wetlands, a fascinating ecosystem of birds, animals and vegetation in the heart of Cleveland.
- Take a champagne cruise: Relax and watch the sun set with a glass of bubbly on a catamaran under sail, departing from Raby Bay.
Redlands Visitor Information Centre
More about Cleveland:
Before the European settlers arrived, the Cleveland area was known as Nandeebie, or Nandillie. This was a Jandai language word spoken by the Koobenpul people, the earliest known occupants of Cleveland and surrounds.
Other useful information:
Cleveland bulletin board: