Cleveland Point Reserve

National Parks and Reserves

Visitors to Cleveland Point Reserve could be forgiven for thinking they had landed on an island paradise. With magnificent Moreton Bay on three sides, Cleveland Point is one of many must-visit sites on Redlands Coast.

The reserve is family-friendly with a park, children’s playground, shaded picnic areas and toilets – and it even has a link to the city’s historic past with its own lighthouse, a Redlands Coast and South East Queensland icon.

With a road that takes you to Cleveland Point looping around the whole park, you don’t even have to leave your car.

But there are plenty of reasons to stop and stay a while. The Lighthouse restaurant and attached fish and chippery serves up great seafood and other fare to either eat in or take away and enjoy at one of the many picnic tables available. Why not try a coffee and cake or drink from the café as you gaze across the bay to North Stradbroke Island.

Visit Cleveland Point and you will understand why movie makers chose to shoot the third movie of the hit Narnia series – the Voyage of the Dawn Treader – there.

This picturesque family park is definitely worth checking out.

Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.

Facilities

Barbeque Cafe Carpark Disabled access available Family Family Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet

Rates

Free Entry

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