Paying tribute to the bands legacy, Bee Gees Way is a 70-metre walkway in Redcliffe, free to see every day and night, celebrating the illustrious career of the band. The Moreton Bay Region is the home of the Bee Gees, a group whose tunes have been heard all over the world, having sold more than 200 million records.
Every night from 7pm to 9.30pm, visitors witness light shows set to the Bee Gees’ greatest hits, such as “Stayin’ Alive”, “How Deep Is Your Love”, and “Night Fever”.
Bee Gees Way was developed in collaboration with Barry Gibb. It features life-size statues of Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. Be sure to snap a shot with both of the statues. #BeeGeesWay
Bee Gees Way hosts more than 60 captioned photographs, 13 album covers, personal stories and reflections and a 70-metre mural featuring the artwork of the Gibb brothers. It also has a giant 5.3 square metre video screen playing exclusive interviews with Barry Gibb and never before seen home movie footage, along with Bee Gees songs.
The annual Bee Gees Way Dinner is always a sell-out event.
Also enjoy the many restaurants, cafes and bars nearby. #BeeGeesWay
Australian Tourism Accreditation History & Heritage International Walk Walks