Festival of Sails and Free Holiday Fun
It seems like Christmas was only a few weeks ago, but in reality we are racing through the year with our first lot of school holidays coming up that will include the Easter break. School holidays never need be expensive or boring here on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia.
La Vida On Anzac, Accommodation Redcliffe, is always happy to help their travellers with paying off direct bookings, to make your stay more affordable. With a three (3) night minimum stay over the Easter Holiday Long Weekend, we are able to help you set up a payment plan to get your accommodation sorted.
Easter Fun and Free Holiday Fun
Good Friday on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia, kick starts with the Redcliffe Festival of Sails along Suttons Beach. This day marks the start of the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht race, one of the biggest yacht races on the Australian calendar. The race usually passes by in the morning and then the day is followed on with festivity, markets and food-trucks. The Easter Bunny always makes a grand appearance. To find out more information on this fantastic event, head on over to https://www.visitmoretonbayregion.com.au/whats-on/redcliffe-festival-of-sails
If you are looking for free activities to do over the School Holiday period, you need to look to our beaches, and multitude of playgrounds and parks. Suttons Beach, Margate, Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia would have to be one of the safest beaches for swimming and is manned by our local Surf Life Savers. If you don’t like the sea, you could also consider Settlement Cove Lagoon, which is a fantastic man-made Lagoon, with varying depths, disability access and island refuge. Enjoy a picnic or a BBQ while you are there!Plenty of BBQ’s line the PeninsularSuttons Beach, Redcliffe, Festival FunWaterfront walking path, Moreton Bay, Redcliffe,Settlement Cove Lagoon, Free family fun, BBQ and Picnics, Redcliffe
So if you are looking for a holiday and are working on a budget, look no further than La Vida on Anzac’s Specials page. We have playgrounds galore, sprinkled across the Redcliffe Peninsula, from a Parkour Park, Jumping Pillow Park, Skate Park, Parks that have water spouts, trees to climb, stationary trains, pirate ships, rockets, the list goes on. Every park stop is an adventure in itself.