The dream of a coastal sea change is often considered, but the need for city connectivity is usually a main point for deliberation, and it can be hard to find a location which offers both.
Recently however, a hidden coastal oasis has been experiencing rapid growth after gaining increasing attention for its ‘best of both worlds’ appeal. A seaside setting which escapes the hustle and bustle of inner city living, yet is still effortlessly within reach of a CBD.
Introducing the Redcliffe Peninsula, a relaxing coastal location which is easily accessible and connected to Brisbane.
With its cosmopolitan dining and entertainment offering, accessibility to hospitals and airports, plus pristine beaches and waterfront communities such as Newport, Redcliffe is certainly coming into its own, as people discover what is truly so special about this location.
Kylie Knight, editor of Dolphins News and Moreton Daily, is a strong advocate for the entire Redcliffe Peninsula as a fantastic place to call home.
“The Redcliffe Peninsula is a tight-knit community in every sense of the word,” Knight said.
“It’s a community that comes together in times of need and celebration, and residents are proud of the place they call home. It is also an ideal place to raise a family, with a wide range of quality public and private schools to choose from, plus beautiful beaches and parks to enjoy.”
Ms Knight said Redcliffe’s strong link to both city and sea was a huge lure for home hunters wanting to be close to the water without sacrificing urban conveniences.
“The peninsula is perfectly positioned – just a short drive to Brisbane and Brisbane Airport, with easy access to the Bruce Highway and Sunshine Coast. It really is the best of both worlds.”