What was once a sleepy bayside village has evolved into one of the fastest-growing suburbs in the Redlands, with a mix of residential, conservation and commercial areas.
With its multitude of parks and esplanades, Victoria Point is a popular destination for leisurely outdoor afternoons spent strolling, swimming, cycling or enjoying a barbecue with family and friends.
There is a great range of urban-chic dining options at Lakeside - the open-planned precinct overlooking the lake created by Eprapah Creek. You can also take in a movie at the local cinema, enjoy drinks with friends in one of the local bars or make the most of some retail therapy.
Thompson’s Beach is a very popular swimming spot when it’s warm and is ideal for paddle-boarding
Victoria Point also is the gateway to Coochiemudlo Island and its sandy beach, with a regular ferry and Amity Trader barge service from the jetty on Masters Avenue. There is also a boat ramp popular with those wanting easy access to Moreton Bay.
When it comes to parks, you are spoilt for choice. Bayside W.H. Yeo Park at the end of Thompson Esplanade is a top spot for the kids.
This area is well-serviced, with two major shopping precincts - Victoria Point Shopping Centre and Town Centre Victoria Point – straddling Cleveland-Redland Bay Road.
Schools and colleges
Victoria Point State High School and Victoria Point State School service this area, which is also home to St Rita’s Catholic Primary School and Faith Lutheran College. Carmel College, a Catholic high school, is a little further down the road at Thornlands.
Victoria Point’s closest train station is at Cleveland. Transdev Queensland operates regular bus services.
Victoria Point’s history records that the region was known by its traditional owners as Warra Warra, possibly meaning mussels.
Read more about the history of Victoria Point.
Visit the popular parks in Victoria Point
View Victoria Point's national regional profile (Australian Bureau of Statistics)