Adventurers DiaryGet the F###ing Fire Extinguisher!! Share Tweet There’s a major story that we have never told, but a lot of time has gone by and I feel the time is now right. Our Motorhome Air Conditioner caught on fire.You know, flames from the roof, bellowing smoke, fire brigade, campground jam packed with hundreds of people all around us. All of this with Adele inside the Motorhome while the roof was alight with flames and smoke!! After I put out the fireMotorhome Air Conditioner caught fire!It was Easter Friday 2017. Earlier to this, we had been to Kangaroo Island in South Australia. We arrived back on the mainland a few days prior and went straight to Rapid Bay Campground. Our YouTube channel has a video of the campground when we arrived and another the day of the fire. We were told there were 900 people camping there over Easter.It was as simple as I plugged in the Generator and started it. Whenever we plug into electricity the Air Conditioner unit the standby light comes on. It’s our way of knowing the power is connected. On this occasion however Adele was inside and heard a fizzing sound and there was no light. She came out to tell me what she heard so I went inside myself to see why the light hadn’t turned on. I checked the unit and tried manually turning it on but nothing. Then I tried the remote control, still nothing.Putting out the Fire!Next minute absolute mayhem as someone came running over yelling to us we were on fire. Get the F###ing Fire Extinguisher!!As you can imagine, it was immediate panic and the following few minutes are a blurr. Immediately I raced to the back of the Motorhome and climbed the ladder to see flames coming from the air conditioner unit. Someone had already unplugged the Generator and raced away from the Motorhome with it to take that risk out of the equation. I quickly asked for my 20L container of water to put out the fire when someone yelled out not to put water onto an electrical fire.I’m glad someone was thinking with common sense!!Adele grabbed our fire extinguisher and it was thrown up to me. I’d never used one before but very quickly worked it out and began giving the Motorhome a foam bath. It worked fast but this stuff went everywhere.On the roof of the Motorhome there was powder residue all over it but the gift kept giving. When we got back inside, it was all over our bed and all throughout the Winnebago.No other damage, just the air conditionerIt was obvious the fire was contained to just the air conditioner unit for which we were thankful. Fortunately there was no damage at all to the Motorhome or the roof. 18 months later now and the air conditioner has been replaced, twice actually, but I’ll discuss that in a minute.Matt was out fishing with our mate Mick in his boat so we had Mick’s wife call him to get the message through to Matt to come back.The Fire Brigade was called to check everything and gave it the thumbs up. They looked right over everything and told me they believed the compressor had shorted and that did make sense.Fortunately we were at Rapid Bay CampgroundSo here we were, Easter Friday, nowhere to go, no-one to speak to about repairing it until Tuesday when shops opened again. Foam was everywhere, inside the Motorhome as well as outside.We were the talking point of the Campground and for all the wrong reasons and photos began being posted on Instagram of our Motorhome on fire. The people there though were fantastic and very helpful.Why the air conditioner decided that moment for the compressor to short out we don’t know. We were thankful it did do it then, when there were so many other people about to notice it. This also meant there were others to help us to put it out properly, rather than just days before when we were free camping in isolated locations around Kangaroo Island. Here’s what I do know though!!End of the drama you’re thinking? No No No, it was only just beginning.Replacing the Motorhome Air Conditioner while we flew homeThe air conditioner that had been in our Motorhome was wayyyyyy too small and therefore was working too hard when it was used. It only barely cooled the Motorhome down when it was on and it was a hot day.We bought our Motorhome second hand and it came with a Dometic B2200. It looked to be the original air conditioner unit but there’s no way for me to know for sure. What I do know is that the B2200 Dometic Air conditioner unit is designed for a 5m vehicle. This unit was too small in capacity for our Motorhome.I didn’t know about all this until afterwards when I did some research.Fortunately, we did manage to get on to our insurer CIL straight away the next day, they were awesome even though it was Easter Saturday. We decided to go see CaraRest in Adelaide and arrange for them to do the insurance work of replacing the air conditioner. Soon after Easter we were due to fly back home to Brisbane as I was the MC for my niece’s wedding. This meant we could leave it with them for the 10 days while we were away and they would have plenty of time to see to the repairs.When we dropped off the Motorhome, the owner of CaraRest said to me he would be installing a Dometic Harrier Air Conditioner, the model suited to our Motorhome.Fantastic, no problem. You may also enjoy reading:How much does it cost to travel to Kangaroo Island Our 18 months Expenses to Travel Australia Ante Chamber Bay campground, Kangaroo Island Our fun stay at Discovery Parks Tanunda, Barossa Valley SA Our flight back to BrisbaneIt was 10am and our flight was 4pm, thankfully we had plenty of time because 40 minutes into our taxi ride, when we were almost to the airport, I realised I left my wallet back in the Motorhome. Without my license I had no identification to show at the airport, so we had to turn around and go back. When I arrived the owner’s daughter served me and took me out to the workshop to our Motorhome. They were already working on it so I jumped in through the open side door to the back of the Motorhome. I reached through into the front cabin, grabbed my wallet and we were back on our way.During the week I followed up with a phone call to the Owner to check on progress, yes everything will be ready by Friday, the day before we were due back to pick it up. Again on Friday, I rang to check on progress and was assured it was almost complete, it would be ready when we got there on Saturday. Ohhh and by the way he said, we couldn’t fit that Air Conditioner, the solar panels on the roof were in the way so we put in a B2200 Freshjet. I figured he knew what he was doing so ok, see you Saturday.Back to collect our MotorhomeWhen we arrived the Motorhome was brought around to us. It was 11.30am and they closed at midday. The owner stood there with his pad and biro watching us while we all had our suitcases and luggage in our hands, over our shoulders and basically our hands were more full than a centipede’s sock drawer.Given he showed no signs of opening the door, even if it was for a lady with her hands full, Adele decided to open the door to the back of the Motorhome and when she did the handle just fell off in her hands. We all stood there wondering what was happening before asking what the deal was. The Owner immediately responded that Adele had applied too much pressure and broke it.You’re kidding right!!A few minutes back and forth, I just wanted to get into the Motorhome and put down the bags. We knew what we were being told wasn’t adding up because one thing he said was they never used the back door. That seemed so odd, that they would lug their tools and an air conditioner unit over the front seats, squeeze their way between the two front seats, over our Waeco 40L fridge/freezer which at that time sat between our seats to access the rear of the Motorhome when there was a perfectly good side door. Besides, I had to come back to get my wallet remember and guess which door they had open!!The new Motorhome Air Conditioner UnitI went inside and looked at the new air conditioner unit and straight away it looked odd. It was clearly much smaller in size to the previous one and that one hardly worked as it was. Quickly I googled it and found out it is made for a space of 25m3 (we are 49.5m3) and a vehicle of maximum length of 5m (we are 8m). Our Motorhome is W2780 x L8000 x H2230 internally giving a total approx area of 49.5m3. I asked him about it and he just said the one he wanted to put on wouldn’t fit and he put a like for like in it. He insisted that was all he had to do.Check specifications hereCheck more specifications hereAt no time were we angry or swear etc, we simply asked questions and believe we made valid points such as why didn’t he call me to discuss options before deciding not to install the one he said he would. It was at this point he decided to yell at us to leave and walked off, slamming the door to the premises and locking it.Did that reaction suggest he was feeling guilty about something, I guess only he could answer that!!Here we were with a broken door handle plus an air conditioner totally unsuitable to our Motorhome. It was a Saturday and again the Monday was a Public holiday so we had to wait 3 days before we could get answers to the issues. We were ready to leave for Uluru but had to spend more unknown amount of time in Adelaide.Our Dealings with CIL were magnificentBefore leaving, we rang CIL and told them what we knew and asked do we take possession of the Motorhome to which they said yes. So back to Rapid Bay we went for 3 more days.Lets just say, we will never darken the doors of Cara Rest in Kilburn in Adelaide ever again and I highly recommend you don’t either.Throughout our entire ordeal, CIL were magnificent. It’s why we were so disappointed when we had to change companies, you can read all about that here –https://indefiniteleave.com.au/caravan-motorhome-insurance/By this time we wanted to leave Adelaide, we were pretty shattered and were looking for some positive experiences. It was also by this point we had run out of funds, nothing left, zip, zilch, zero. The stress was starting to tell. We spoke to CIL on the Tuesday and they said obviously we didn’t want to go back for them to fix the repairs and we confirmed we didn’t want them anywhere near us or our Motorhome. We said there was no point testing the air con in Adelaide in 22c cool weather, it will always seem cold.So they agreed we should leave Adelaide and arrange repairs further up the road, maybe in Coober Pedy or Alice Springs. The door handle worked from the inside, just not the outside.More dramaAs we drove out of Adelaide just an hour or two…. Boom!! One of the tyres disintegrated and blew out. It was one of the rear dual wheels. So we limped into the nearest town just nearby, a place you’ve probably never heard of called…..Snowtown!!Ohhh shit……!!Needless to say, we weren’t thinking an overnight stay here was something we were looking forward to. If you’re unsure what I’m talking about, just google Snowtown. Our headspace was already very ordinary, this felt like another blow. I kept telling myself, this is a test, the universe is asking me how much do you really want this life?My business for reasons I couldn’t understand just wasn’t happening. I was doing a lot of work as we were traveling but contracts kept crashing and I was left without being paid anything for all my time and costs. Instead of the normal 1 in 5 contracts not proceeding on finance or other issues I had lost 8 out of 9 contracts while traveling. Each one that crashed was a dagger in my back and totally unexpected. Financially, we were now having to go into debt to continue.This was when we became super awesome at traveling on a budget.Only very few people know about this dark time we went through, that is our great friends we had met and traveled with and were keen to catch up with again. Jason, Denise and little Millie from the Facebook and Instagram page West Aussie Nomads and Mick, his wife L and their 2 boys all of whom we now proudly call great lifelong friends. We didn’t discuss details with any family or friends back home, we didn’t want to worry them when they were so far away.Luckily we had been doing this long enough now to know there were going to be great times again, we just had to get through it.Repairs finalized in DarwinWe got ourselves to Darwin and went to see Paul who does Mobile Caravan repairs there and he was sensational. He showed us a caravan he was renovating and it was probably half the size of our Motorhome and he was putting a bigger air con in it, the B3200. Also he said he hoped the Insurers wouldn’t want him to keep the one installed in ours as it was so small he’d never use it.Once he spoke to the Insurers and provided other really damning evidence and opinion, CIL backed us up entirely, organising the Harrier air conditioner to be installed plus replacement of the door handle, we were told the cost of it was sent back to the original repairer. Whether that is what happened I’m not privy to but it’s what we were told. Needless to say, CIL’s representative told us they were very disappointed with the original repairer.There’s a comment made by two people within the industry that reflects so poorly on the original repairer that I’d love to share but it’s opinion and not fact, so that one you’ll have to ask me about if we meet one day.We had the motorhome air conditioner replaced in Darwin in a day, yes the solar panels had to be re-positioned but it was obviously easily done and could have been done originally, and a new door handle was installed. That was a huge relief but the Travel Gods decided we needed one more devastating blow, the time to make a call on our beautiful Golden Retriever MACKS. It was time to say goodbye.Farewelling MACKSNow we were truly shattered, our souls were basically destroyed.Let me tell you, this is so hard to write, tears are beginning to flow as I go back in time to share with you about this horrific two month period of our life on the road. They were cruel times.The repairs were completed and we’ve had no issues with them since. We went heavily into debt and had to spend some time back in Brisbane getting control of our finances again. Therefore we headed home for Christmas and spent 4 months focused solely on getting back on track. Just when we got back in front we had to replace the rubber membrane of our roof in the Motorhome and that blew $8000 and left us with no surplus cash once again.It had been fun times…. not!!Honouring MACKSWe honoured MACKS our beautiful Golden Retriever in every way we could think and today the Motorhome is called Darwinny, in remembrance of her and her resting place. She will always be part of Indefinite Leave and her collar, mat and lead stay with us.We thank our great friends we mentioned for getting us through. More importantly, we have remained mates and catch up often and they feature in our e-book now available called Travel Chat with Indefinite Leave.Thank you to Pauls Mobile Caravan RepairsWe can’t thank Paul from Pauls Mobile Caravan Repairs enough, he really knew his stuff and couldn’t have been better to deal with. Contact Paul on 0438 120 571 if you are in Darwin and need any help.Also we remain very thankful to CIL for what they did for us even though we are now with a different insurer.To everyone who followed our journey on our pages and offered us a friendly comment, chatted to us, messaged us and inspired us to keep going, and there were so many, thank you, you really don’t how much you helped us through that journey of our adventure but we sure do.Our Blog became our place where we could go, put on a brave face and share positive thoughts and get back more in return.Now go check your Fire Extinguisher, check it is accessible, in good working condition, isn’t out of date and all of you know how to use it, it may save your vehicle or even your life.Safe travelsKev& Adele Indefinite Leave_______________________________________________________________________Photography and SocialsOur camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:Canon 800d – https://amzn.to/2vGuQUt – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save. 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Take a stroll through Bee Gees Way, cool off in the Settlement Cove Lagoon right beside the water’s edge, enjoy a meal at one of the many cafes or restaurants, check out the Sunday Markets or visit any one of the beaches on the Peninsula. You can go skydiving, whale watching all from Redcliffe which is just under 40kms from the city of Brisbane.Redcliffe is part of the Redcliffe Peninsula which is located just north-north-east of the Brisbane CBD.Do you know how Redcliffe got it’s name? The name originates from ‘Red Cliff Point” named by Matthew Flinders due to the red cliffs at Woody Point which is an obvious choice when you think about it. From Redcliffe on a clear day, you can take in the magnificent views across Moreton Bay and distinctly see the huge sand hills on Moreton Island. 17 Reasons why you should Visit Redcliffe 1. Bee Gees WayThe Bee Gees Way has proven to be a popular attraction for Redcliffe over the last 6 years. The first stage of the 70 metre walkway which runs from Redcliffe Parade through to Sutton Street was unveiled in 2013. On an even more spectacular scale, Barry Gibb personally attended the Grand Opening of Stage 2 in 2015!The walkway features more than 60 captioned photos and 13 album covers from their incredible career which spanned 4 decades. There’s also a 5.3 square metre video screen showing exclusive interviews with Barry Gibb. They also play old home movie footage on the big screen along with video clips of many of their songs. So as you stroll down this awesome musical monument, you can also take in the 70 metre mural showcasing artwork of Barry, Robin, Maurice and Any Gibb whilst listening to their hit music in the background. Bee Gees Way – 70metre walkway runs from Redcliffe Parade through to Sutton Street Be like us and the many thousands of others and be sure to have your photo with either of the life-sized bronze statues or both! There’s one when the Gibb brothers were young barefoot boys and the other one commemorating the band as adults when they were at the peak of their career. Adele posing for a photo with the Bee Gees#beegeesTime your visit in the evening and you can also experience the fabulous light shows which are set to three of the Bee Gees greatest hits – “Staying Alive”, “Night Fever” and “How Deep is Your Love”. The light shows run every night on the half hour from 7pm through to 9.30pm.Entry to this amazing outdoor musical tribute is FREE and a must see for Bee Gees fans and music enthusiasts in general. The walkway honours the most famous young Redcliffe residents of the 50’s. Who would of thought way back then that the Gibb brothers would go on to become one of the world’s best-selling bands of all time. Bee Gees TriviaDo you know how the Bee Gees began?The Bee Gees were founded in 1958 after their family migrated from Manchester to Redcliffe. They were first discovered while playing at the Redcliffe Speedway which was owned by Bill Goode. Bill Gates who was a DJ from Brisbane’s Radio Station 4BH heard them singing in the interval at the speedway. It was Bill Gates who gave them their first gig on the radio. Coincidentally, it’s the initials of these two men that brought about the name The Bee Gees. Barry the eldest of the Gibb Brothers was only 14 at the time that they signed their first music contract at the kitchen table in their home at Redcliffe.#beegeesway 2. Settlement Cove Lagoon Nestled below the main street of Redcliffe at the water’s edge is the Settlement Cove Lagoon. There is an awesome large lagoon-style pool and a separate wading pool with a pool fenced enclosure for little kids. Make a day of it as there are barbecues, picnic shelters and playgrounds. There’s also a bike path that runs alongside the lagoon and the foreshore edge.The best part – the lagoon is FREE and open to the public 24 hours a day, every day, all year round. So it’s a great place to cool off on a hot Brissie Summer’s day. Most people naturally swim in the Summer months. It’s also the safest time as the Lagoon Lifeguards are on duty from December to March, even on Christmas Day! The hours are usually from 7.00am to 6.00pm Mondays to Sundays. You’ll find however Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, Australia Day and the entire January School Holidays the Lifeguard hours are extended to 8pm. We utilized these extended hours when we spent the afternoon and evening cooling off in the lagoon with friends last New Year’s Day. How inviting does the water look at Settlement Cove Lagoon Although Settlement Cove Lagoon is an open facility it does have some restrictions. It’s a ‘no alcohol’ and a ‘smoke free’ zone. Also you are not allowed to take glass into the lagoon area, plus pets are not allowed. You can however walk your dogs on a lead along the pathway on the ocean side of the lagoon. Certified service animals are permitted in all areas except in the actual lagoon water. Best to check the Moreton Bay Regional Council website for a full list of restrictions as these are just the main ones! 3. Redcliffe JettyThe Redcliffe Jetty is hard to miss as it extends out from the main street of Redcliffe. It has long been an identifiable landmark of the Redcliffe Peninsula but the original jetty was actually not the first pier to be built in Redcliffe. Built in 1885, it was second to the Woody Point Jetty which was constructed in 1881.In 1922, a second Redcliffe Jetty was built. After the original jetty fell into disrepair, it was more economical to build a completely new structure. This new jetty housed a Halfway House which was later transformed into the Penny Arcade in 1938. Apparently, the Gibb brothers often frequented the entertainment arcade as youngsters growing up in Redcliffe.By 1961, the second jetty had deteriorated so much it was pulled down and replaced with the third and current Redcliffe Jetty. The current jetty which opened in 1999 extends from what was once the 1930’s Bathing Pavilion. It is great to see that they have retained the heritage features of the old pavilion including drinking fountains, lights and seating. The third and current Redcliffe Jetty4. Redcliffe Jetty MarketsEvery Sunday the main street of Redcliffe is closed off and is only open to pedestrian traffic. The entire street and entry to the Jetty comes alive. Both sides of the road are filled with a variety of fabulous stalls ranging from quality arts and craft, hot food, fresh fruit and vegies to jewellery, plants and other handmade items.The Redcliffe Jetty Markets are open from 8am – 2pm. It’s a fun day out for the whole family especially with it being located right on the beach front as well. Plus, the markets are pet friendly!#gottalovesundays Redcliffe Jetty Markets are open every Sunday 5. Eating Places in and around Redcliffe What’s in the Pot? and Mon Komo are two of our favourite places to eat not just in Redcliffe but they are also two places that feature in our 17 Best Eating Places in Brisbane and Gold Coast. For more of our favourites, click on the link here >https://indefiniteleave.com.au/best-17-places-eat-drink-brisbane-gold-coast/ One of our 17 Reasons to visit Redcliffe is for the array of dining options. Here is our list of just the eating places that we have been to in Redcliffe, Margate, Woody Point and Scarborough over the years. There are many dining options available in the Redcliffe region but these are just a few! Redcliffe Restaurants & CafesMonKomo – A great spot to meet up with friends and family for a drink and lunch or dinner!What’s in the Pot? – We just love the atmosphere, the authentic Italian food and the warm, good old-fashioned hospitality at What’s in the Pot?. You never know what delicious food will be on the menu as it is cooked fresh daily and the menu changes depending on how many dishes are available on the day/night.What’s in the Pot?One of our favourite Redcliffe Restaurants – What’s in the Pot? The Rustic Olive – As great friends of ours live at Woody Point, we have dined here enjoying the classic Italian food and outdoor dining atmosphere overlooking the beautiful bay.Preece’s – We have been guilty of stopping in to check out their house-made cakes and slices. Their banoffee’s were to die for but we haven’t noticed them in the cabinet lately 😊The Coffee Club – Always a great meeting place for lunch, dinner or a coffee/milkshake!Cactus Jack’s – Another enjoyable dinner out with our friends 😊Banjo’s Bakery Café – Enjoy Pies, pastries, sandwiches and rolls and of course their sweet treats are always tempting!Dolphins Leagues Club – We have attended a Wedding Reception at Dolphins and also had dinner in the Bistro. Margate RestaurantsThe Golden Ox – Very popular for Wedding Receptions. We have had dinner there with friends and celebrated special anniversaries there as well. Scarborough Restaurants & CafesDanny’s Café Bar Restaurant – A great place for dinner and catch up with our good friends on one of our visits back to Brisbane while we have been traveling around Oz.Morgans Seafood – Best fresh and cooked seafood! There is usually a queue but trust us it’s definitely worth the wait!! Morgans at Scarborough has the freshest seafoodWoody Point Places to EatThe Belvedere Hotel – We have enjoyed many a Birthday Dinner, Anniversary Celebration or just dinner with our friends or family at the Belvedere!Café Apre – Their Big Breakfast is delicious and an absolute bargain at $9.99!! 6. Where to Stay at RedcliffeThere are a range of different types of accommodation in Redcliffe from Hotels to Caravan Parks to Showgrounds.Oaks Mon KomoWe checked into Mon Komo for a night before we left on our adventure back in Feb 2016! We were utterly exhausted from packing up the house ready for rental and moving everything that wasn’t coming with us in the Motorhome, into Storage. It’s a shame we didn’t get to enjoy it more.Oaks Mon Komo The Sebel Brisbane Margate BeachWith a Rooftop pool, a restaurant, stunning bay views and beautiful bay breezes, The Sebel at Margate would be a great option if you are looking for Redcliffe accommodation. It is only 25 mins from Brisbane Airport and 40 mins from the Brisbane CBD. Good friends who live nearby have dined many a time at the restaurant which faces the beach!Scarborough Holiday Village The Scarborough Holiday Village has absolute water frontage therefore you can enjoy the fabulous bay breezes from beautiful Moreton Bay. It overlooks the magnificent Moreton Island and is nestled between parkland and the Yacht Club.The ever-popular Sea Salt & Vine is located right on the doorstep of the Scarborough Holiday Village and is open 7 days from 7am – 4pm with live entertainment on weekends!We have just recently stayed at this perfectly located Holiday Park and it has proven to be a very good option for us anytime we are back in Brisbane. Scarborough Holiday VillageRedcliffe ShowgroundsLike the Pine Rivers Showgrounds at Lawnton and the Dayboro Showgrounds, the Redcliffe Showgrounds opens up out of show season for RV Camping. Outside of the Redcliffe Show which is held each year at the end of June, the Showgrounds are a popular short-term option for people with caravans or motorhomes who are stopping off in Brisbane on their travels.Bells Caravan ParkThe Bells Caravan Park at Woody Point is located right on the Esplanade overlooking the water but the front sites reportedly get a lot of road noise. 7. Beaches in the Redcliffe RegionAs Redcliffe is on the Peninsula it is surrounded by a number of little beaches. Although the sand is a little gritty and more of a golden reddish colour, these beaches are close to Brisbane’s doorstep and one of our 17 reasons to visit Redcliffe. Being so close and handy, any of the beaches are great for beating the Brisbane heat. Don’t bother heading to Redcliffe for a surf as usually there are literally only ripples in the water but this makes the beaches ideal for kids to play and swim.Bells BeachBells Beach is opposite the Bells Caravan Park next to Pelican Park before Woody Point and is a very popular spot for jet-skiers, SUPs and kite-surfers. Look up as you will often see skydivers coming in for a landing on the beach! Bells Beach past Pelican Park is popular for water sportsClontarf BeachClontarf Beach runs from the Houghton Highway Bridge down to Pelican Park and is the first beach you immediately come to as you drive off the bridge onto the Redcliffe Peninsula. It is also where you’ll find the Aqua Splash Redcliffe over the Summer School Holidays.Margate BeachMargate Beach is the largest of the Redcliffe Beaches and stretches 2kms from Scotts Point to Suttons Beach. You’ll often find people of all ages using the the shared boardwalk which is lined by beautiful Norfolk Pines, to go for a walk or cycle. Also there’s a number of white pavilions dotted along the foreshore that provide shelter and a place to stop and admire the beach and Moreton Bay. Margate Beach is the largest Beach on the Redcliffe PeninsulaQueens BeachQueens Beach is the only off-leash dog beach in Redcliffe. The beach only becomes an off-leach area at certain hours of the day – before 8am and after 4pm. Queens Beach is located between Scarborough and Osbourne Point and has a small sand boat ramp.Redcliffe BeachRight in the heart of Redcliffe is the Redcliffe Beach and it stretches either side of the Redcliffe Jetty. Although it is not highly regarded as a swimming beach, it is great to throw a line in off the jetty or to just cool off in the water on a hot day.Scarborough BeachScarborough Beach is very popular for families. The main attraction is Pirate Park, a fabulous railway and pirate themed playground which is fenced to keep the kids in! It also has huge climbing trees which our boys loved when they were young! Recently they have added a separate fenced Jumping Pillow a little further along Scarborough Beach. Pine Tree Lined Scarborough BeachScotts Point Scotts Point is in Woody Point and is accessed from the most southern end of Margate Beach. There is a nice shaded park high on the hill overlooking the beach and the rocky outcrop. The Scotts Point Bathing Pavilion which was built in 1937 being the most prominent feature. The historical Scotts Pt Bathing PavilionSuttons Beach Suttons Beach is the only patrolled beach in and around Brisbane. It’s also one of the best beaches at Redcliffe for swimming. You can take a stroll along the walkway right along the waterfront from Suttons Beach to Settlement Cove and then up to the main street of Redcliffe via the Boardwalk. Plus, there’s a shaded playground and a number of barbecues and picnic shelters at the Margate end of Suttons Beach.Woody Point Woody Point has very little beach but right beside the beach and water front is Crockatt Park. It has an undercover playground and a large covered picnic shelter with barbecues. Also, directly opposite is the Belvedere Hotel and a little further along you can fish off the Woody Point Jetty. 8. Redcliffe WeatherWe always believe the temperature is slightly lower at Redcliffe due to the beautiful bay breezes coming directly off Moreton Bay. So whenever we have visited our good friends at Woody Point, it always seems cooler than it is at our home in the northern suburbs of Brissie. 9. Fishing at RedcliffeA portion of the old Hornibrook Bridge remains at each end as a fishing platform. Often bream, flathead, chopper tailor, whiting and school jewfish are caught at this prime and easily accessible Redcliffe fishing spot. The Ted Smout Memorial Bridge also has a 10m by 50m fishing platform. Both sand and mud crabs are often caught in the Pine River channels as well.The Redcliffe Jetty and jetty at Woody Point are also popular land based spots to fish from. The rock walls at the entrance to the Newport canals can also be good for fishing and can easily be accessed if you don’t have a boat. Also people just fish off the beach at Scarborough, Redcliffe and Margate.If you are heading out for a fish around Redcliffe, be sure to know where the green zones are located. Click here for a Fishing Green Zone Map for the Moreton Bay region.There is also a reef off Scarborough so it’s popular for boaties! If only we had a boat lol 🙂 Scarborough Boat Ramp 10. Whale Watching Tours Depart from RedcliffeThe Whale Watching season usually starts in June-July and continues through to November. So if you’re keen to go whale watching and you don’t want to travel far from Brisbane, you’re in luck as tours depart from Redcliffe. With Brisbane Whale Watching Tours, you are guaranteed whale sightings. Their ‘MV Eye Spy’ is Brisbane’s only purpose-built whale watching vessel. It’s Eco accredited, has 6 spacious viewing decks and also offers wheelchair access.The ‘MV Eye Spy’ departs daily from the Redcliffe Jetty at 10.00am and returns at approx. 2.30pm. The tour also includes a delicious fresh buffet lunch, yummm!Book your Brisbane Whale Watching Experience here>https://indefiniteleave.experienceoz.com.au/en/brisbane/whale-watching/brisbane-whale-watching-cruises/whale-watch-including-lunch-ex-redcliffe-self-drive Whale Watching tours depart from the Redcliffe Jetty during Whale season 11. Redcliffe Annual EventsRedcliffe KitefestEach year Redcliffe hosts a North Brisbane Kite Festival which is held over two days at Pelican Park at Clontarf. Apart from the fun and excitement of the kites of all shapes, colours and sizes filling the skies, there’s kite making workshops, shows, live music, roving entertainers and markets.Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run Each year thousands of people take part in the Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run which is the most scenic fun run in Queensland. You don’t have to be a professional marathon runner to enter as they cater for all levels of fitness. So you can opt to run, walk for a cause, or simply take a pleasant stroll at your own pace along the Redcliffe waterfront. There are also 4 distances to choose from – 3km, 5km, 10km and the 21.1km event. All events start and finish at Pelican Park in Clontarf. 12. Redcliffe Wind SculptureOPTO is the moving masterpiece of sculptor Phil Price. The two bright orange rings opposite Bee Gees Way are made of steel and carbon fibre. The kinetic rings are designed so that they move in relation to the environment. They can rotate, spin and pass over one another in response to the breeze coming off Moreton Bay. They are truly amazing to see when they are rotating in the wind! Opto Sculpture opposite Bee Gees Way 13. Redcliffe MuseumThe Redcliffe Museum is located on Anzac Avenue just up from Oxley Avenue. It is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am – 4pm; 10am – 3pm on Sundays but closed on Mondays.Entry is FREE!The museum features films from Redcliffe’s early days. It displays old and modern-day photos as well as highlighting the history of seaside holidays over the years. Plus, they also hold exhibitions and workshops in the museum so great for the kids and adults. 14. HMQS GayundahThe rusted remains of the HMQS Gayundah Wreck are clearly visible at the base of the cliffs at Woody Point just around the point from the jetty and the popular Belvedere Hotel.The HMQS Gayundah, built in 1884, first operated as a flat-iron gunboat by the Queensland Maritime Defence Force. Later it was part of the Royal Australia Navy before being decommissioned in 1921. She then served as a sand and gravel barge in Brisbane until the 1950’s. Ultimately in 1958 after being scrapped, she was purposely run aground at Woody Point so as to serve as a breakwater structure to prevent soil erosion. The HMQS Gayundah was purposely sunk at Woody Point to act as a breakwater wall A drone’s view of the HMQS Gayundah 15. Redcliffe Botanic GardensThe Redcliffe Botanic Gardens offers a peaceful and shady place to escape right in the heart of Redcliffe. There’s heaps to see including a Herb Garden with over 500 different species, a water feature, flower gardens, native plants, a rainforest with over 250 rainforest species as well as it’s home to more than 1000 bats! There’s a number of walkways throughout the gardens, an amphitheatre, an open grassed area and drinking fountain. Unfortunately dogs are not permitted.It’s a great spot for picnics and birthday celebrations as well with shelters and seating provided around the gardens. Also it is popular place for weddings, however if you are planning an event or wedding you will need to make a booking through the Moreton Bay Regional Council.Entry to the gardens is FREE! The gardens are open between 6am and 6pm, seven days a week and are wheelchair accessible.16. Redcliffe Inflatable Water ParkRedcliffe Aqua Splash are back for their second Summer season at Pelican Park at Clontarf. You can’t miss it! As soon as you come off the Hornibrook Bridge, you can see Redcliffe’s amazing inflatable Water Park! You can splash into Summer 7 days from 9am – 7pm during each season.So if you are looking for a fun way to keep cool and or entertain the kids of all ages, be sure to check out the Redcliffe Aqua Splash Inflatable Water Park. It’s just one of the 17 reasons to visit Redcliffe especially over the school holidays!Aqua Splash Redcliffe Inflatable Water Park at Clontarf 17. SkydivingThe last of our 17 Reasons to visit Redcliffe but certainly not least. You can escape the hustle and bustle of Brisbane and get your adrenaline going by skydiving on the peninsula. Skydiving at Redcliffe provides the best city and coastal views.If you want to experience Australia’s highest skydive, then Redcliffe is the place to do it! You’ll soar to heights of up to 15,000ft, before taking the huge plunge. After a thrilling 60 seconds of free fall, your parachute opens, then you can get your breath back and start to relax and really enjoy the experience. While you’re floating down you’ll be able to soak in the views of the Brisbane city skyline as well as Moreton Island, before touching down on the beach at Redcliffe. Book your Redcliffe Skydiving Experience here > https://indefiniteleave.experienceoz.com.au/en/brisbane/skydiving-brisbane/brisbane-15-000ft-tandem-skydive Skydivers coming in for a beach landing at Clontarf We have witnessed skydivers coming in for a landing on the beach at Clontarf many a time. When Kev bravely did his skydive 15 years ago, a gift given to him for his 40th Birthday by his good mate, Kev landed on the beach at Scarborough. This was an enormous challenge for Kev as he has always been scared of heights!Here is the link so you can check out Kev’s Skydive How to get to RedcliffeBy CarYou can head northbound across Bramble Bay on the Houghton Bridge from Brighton to Clontarf. The adjacent Ted Smout Memorial Bridge provides the southbound lanes from Clontarf back over to Brighton. The Houghton Highway is a 2.74km reinforced concrete viaduct. Up until 2013, these two bridges were equally the second longest bridges in the country.Both Kev and Adele had a set of grandparents who funnily enough lived only streets apart at Margate/Woody Point. So both us clearly remember the old Hornibrook Bridge and the days of the toll. A portion of the old Hornibrook Bridge at each end has been retained as a Fishing Platform Another route is to travel along Anzac Ave from Petrie through Kallangur, North Lakes, Mango Hill, Rothwell, Kippa-Ring right into Redcliffe.By BusBuses run from the Sandgate Bus Station to Redcliffe traveling through the suburbs of Brighton, Clontarf, Woody Point, Margate, Redcliffe, Scarborough, Redcliffe, Kippa-Ring back to Clontarf.Also the new Hornibrook Bus Line services Chermside to Redcliffe with routes around the peninsula including to and from the Railway stations at Rothwell and Kippa-Ring.By Train Up until October 2016, because there was no train service to Redcliffe, the only public transport to the Peninsula was by bus. In recent years, the train line has been extended so the new Redcliffe Train Line now runs from Petrie right through to Kippa-Ring. Have you visited Redcliffe? Do you have you any other points of interest to add to our 17 Reasons to visit Redcliffe? 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Booking.com Continue ReadingAdventurers Diary19 Spectacular Secret Beaches When we think of Australia’s best beaches the list usually includes places like Manly Beach, Bondi, Whitehaven Beach, Surfers Paradise or maybe Cable Beach but away from these primarily tourist places are so many hidden beaches and bays. We have discovered some incredibly beautiful beaches around Australia that you have probably neither heard of, nor been to. So we have compiled a list of 19 Spectacular Secret Beaches and we’ve been to every one of these in our last 4 years traveling Oz. Once again Brad Farmer on behalf of Tourism Australia has released his list of Best beaches and again I’m calling it utter rubbish.https://www.news.com.au/travel/australian-holidays/secret-spots/popular-australian-beaches-snubbed-in-annual-best-of-list/news-story/d3ba80d4b120ff7c71634473f5a3337e He’s even thrown in Wagga Beach, famous to locals for its 5 o’clock wave, because he wanted to show that inland beaches could be great also. We have enjoyed an afternoon at Wagga Beach and it is good but I believe I’ve chosen two that are far superior. Be assured the people of Wagga are very happy and even gloating about this ridiculous list and fair enough. Of course, our favourite beach can be personal for each of us and we all have a reason for being attached to the one we consider the Best.Have a look at these 19 Spectacular Secret Beaches around Australia we have chosen, that are in no particular order, and tell us what you think. How many of these have you seen?Where is your favourite beach that no-one knows about? Silica Cove Beach1. Silica Cove Beach, near Jervis Bay NSWYou can only reach this one on weekends and only by a 6km return walk from Honeymoon Bay.Read all about Honeymoon Bay Froggies Beach Whitsundays 2. Froggies Beach, Whitsundays Queensland60 kms from Airlie Beach and a corrugated track brings you here, overlooking beautiful Gloucester Island. 13 Best Things to do in Airlie Beach & WhitsundaysOcean Rafting the WhitsundaysMust see Mackay to Whitsundays RegionReef Sleep the Whitsundays Great Barrier ReefSeabreeze Tourist Park Airlie BeachBase Backpackers Caravan Park Airlie Beach Honeymoon Bay Moreton Island 3. Honeymoon Bay, Moreton Island QueenslandJust 45 kms from Brisbane but only accessible by 4wd is this absolutely stunning bay.Everything about visiting Moreton Island Twilight Cove Esperance 4. Twilight Cove, Esperance Western AustraliaAlong the Great Ocean Drive in Esperance you can’t miss this glorious stretch of beach. Maitland Bay Bouddi National Park5. Maitland Bay, Bouddi National Park New South WalesTake the path down and back through the forest to reach this one. Moon Point Fraser Island6. Moon Point, Fraser Island QueenslandAccess is only by boat from Hervey Bay or 4wd on the sand tracks of Fraser Island to see it but OMG it is stunning.Fishing and Exploring Fraser IslandThe Nkgala Rocks challenge, Fraser Island Hidden Beach Stokes Bay Kangaroo Island 7. Hidden Beach, Stokes Bay Kangaroo Island South AustraliaMake your way through a rock opening created by dynamite to find this secret spot.Discover Hidden Beach on Kangaroo Island Loch Ard Gorge Great Ocean Road 8. Loch Ard Gorge, Great Ocean Road VictoriaThis one you may know of, a lesser discussed gem than the 12 Apostles nearby. Quicks Beach Murray River 9. Quicks Beach, Murray River VictoriaA fabulous sandy beach it can get busy during peak times but when we were there we had it almost to ourselves.Camping at Quicks Beach on the Murray River Parker Point Rottnest Island 10. Parker Point Rottnest Island Western AustraliaWe could have chosen any one of the many beaches and bays on remarkable Rottnest Island off Perth in WA. Way too much to see in just one day. Rapid Bay 11. Rapid Bay South AustraliaOne of our favourite campgrounds in all of Oz and it fronts right onto the magnificent beach. It sure is beautiful and perfect for swimming, snorkeling, fishing and more.Camping at Rapid BayRapid Bay Sunset2 days before Easter Rapid BayEaster Friday Rapid BayOur 29 Best Campgrounds Ormiston Gorge West MacDonnell Ranges 12. Ormiston Gorge, West MacDonnell Ranges Northern TerritoryAnother stunning inland beach, this one is in the West MacDonnell Ranges. Crab Claw Island Resort 13. Crab Claw Island Northern TerritoryEnjoy magnificent sunrise views and admire the beach from the resort pool or bar but just don’t swim here. Salt Water Crocodiles can be seen sunning themselves on this beach and we were busted off by big sharks within casting distance from the shore.Staying at Crab Claw Island ResortAccess to Crab Claw IslandSunrise at Crab Claw Island Resort The Pinnacles Ben Boyd National Park 14. The Pinnacles, Ben Boyd National Park New South WalesWe got a tip from a local to visit here and just Wow!! Barn Hill Station 15. Barn Hill Beach Western AustraliaThe turquoise water, white sand, red or white cliffs with perfect blue sky make this a genuinely stunning beach.Camping at Barn Hill Station Marney Bay Dampier Archipelago 16. Marney Bay, Dampier Archipelago, Karratha Western AustraliaTake an island tour out of Karratha to reach this one. We swam and snorkeled here for hours. Spring Beach 17. Spring Beach, TasmaniaSome of the most crystal clear ocean water you will ever see and breathtaking views across to Maria Island. Great fishing too.Watch this funny video of Adele catching a good Salmon at Spring Beach.The Best Things to See and Do in Tasmania6 Weeks around Tasmania Whiskey Bay Wilsons Promontory 18. Whisky Bay, Wilsons Promontory, VictoriaThe beaches in this region are gorgeous and Whiskey Bay is a definite must see. Wilsons Beach Abrahams Bosom Reserve 19. Wilsons Beach, Abrahams Bosom Reserve New South WalesA 2km walk along an easy track from the carpark at Abrahams Bosom Beach in Currarong and you are highly likely to have this one all to yourself.Discover Gosangs Tunnel and Wilsons Beach There it is, our list of our favourite 19 Spectacular Secret Beaches of Australia.How many of these did you know about?Leave us a comment and tell us your favourite secret beach. 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Booking.com Continue ReadingAdventurers DiaryExploring Honeymoon Bay One of our most favourite places we have stayed around Australia has been Honeymoon Bay in southern NSW. Honeymoon Bay sunsetJervis Bay in NSW is an incredible location with numerous spectacular beaches, fantastic swimming and fishing, whale watching opportunities and some incredible National Parks walks and places to stay.Exploring in and around Honeymoon BayHoneymoon Bay is part of the Beecroft Weapons Range which we discovered after driving through the Jervis Bay National Park. It is owned by the Royal Australian Navy and is unique in that access is limited and therefore much of the area remains relatively untouched. Camping is possible only on weekends at the Honeymoon Bay Camping Ground with limited facilities available, which is where we stayed and explored this incredible region. There is a small cove perfect for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, SUP and the campground is Bush camping at its best!The sunsets here are stunning and we were lucky enough to witness one of the most glorious evening sunsets you could ever see.Read our review of Honeymoon Bay campground and watch the video. We snorkeled all around Honeymoon Bay and spent lots of time swimming, walking the surrounding tracks and appreciating the natural beauty of the area. Spear fishing is prohibited within Honeymoon Bay itself however there are lots of areas outside of the bay where I was able to take the spear out and spend some time under water. Silica CoveFrom Honeymoon Bay camping area we took a leisurely 5km walk to Silica Cove Beach. Here we found the rusty old St Martins De Porres which was shipwrecked back in December 1994. While we were here we enjoyed a quick swim in the stunning turquoise water of the bay.There was also a small boat washed up at the other end of the beach. Its console was sitting sideways inside the boat and part of the motor cover was acting as an anchor. Point Perpendicular LighthouseThere’s so much to enjoy exploring the area including the Point Perpendicular Lighthouse. We have seen lots of lighthouses as we have traveled around Australia but this one would have to be our new favourite and it is definitely worth the visit. This historic lighthouse has such a unique castle like design and is believed to have been the first lighthouse in NSW to be made out of precast concrete blocks.It was built in 1898 replacing the inadequately positioned Cape St George Lighthouse and was operational until 1993 when it was de-manned and replaced with the lattice style tower which needs no manpower and runs automatically off solar. Outer TubesBack at the car park to the lighthouse there’s a track taking you to the Outer Tubes. These honeycomb rock ledges are often used for rock climbing and abseiling. Further down the track are steps leading you to a truly unique location. It is here that you find one of only 2 locations in the world known for land based fishing for Marlin. We saw fisherman with blow up pools and water filters to keep live mackerel bait, who sleep overnight in their attempts to catch these big fish usually caught in the deep open oceans. Flying your Drone at Honeymoon BayBecause the region is a controlled Navy area it is a restricted air space and therefore a No Fly Zone area for Drones going by the Open Sky app. However this article by local Andy Hutchinson suggests there are times where flying Drones may be possible. If you are looking to fly in the region it might be best to check with the Military as Andy did.https://andyhutchinson.com.au/illegal-fly-drone-commonwealth-park/ Honeymoon Bay – How to get there To find Honeymoon Bay, take a right hand turn if heading north onto Forest Road turnoff just north of Jervis Bay at South Nowra. Drive for approx. 30-40 minutes through Jervis Bay National Park to just before the small town of Currarong. It is bitumen all the way although some sections of the road were not in good condition. Take it easy driving and I’d suggest stick to the speed limits.Take the Lighthouse Road turnoff to the right and you will find an Information Centre on the corner where you will need to stop and go inside to organise and book your spot.There is no pre-booking, so it’s first in, first served. The gates do not open until Friday at 1pm and close on Sunday night at 8pm. These are the only hours access is permitted. We arrived at 12.30pm and the queue was already long. We would recommend arriving by midday or even earlier. You can begin paying at the Information Centre from midday however the boom gates don’t open until 1pm. After our fabulous weekend at Honeymoon Bay, we stayed a night at the Currarong Beachfront Holiday Park now known as Holiday Haven Currarong. Honeymoon Bay Camping GroundThe Honeymoon Bay Campsites are really spacious, our site was huge. We fitted our Motorhome plus friends 4wd and Caravan and still had plenty of room.Portable toilets and bins were available however you will need to bring your own water. All sites are unpowered.Take cash with you, there are no Eftpos facilities when booking in.How much does it costCost to stay is $15 per site for 2 adults. Extra adults are $5 each and children 15 and under are free. Once your paperwork is complete and payment made you will need to go through the Beecroft Weapons Range Ranger Station Check Point outside the Information Centre. They asked us our names, phone number, how many people and if we had weapons or any pets with us. Once we passed the check point it was gravel road. Some sections were quite corrugated for the approx. 3km drive before turning right in to Honeymoon Bay Rd. From here it was another 3kms on gravel road but there were no corrugations on this road down to the campground. While in the region, don’t miss the chance to discover Gosangs Tunnel where you crawl through a cave to the Tasman Sea on the other side. Safe travelsKevin & Adele Hockey Indefinite Leave Another great place to stay in the Jervis Bay area:Jervis Bay Holiday Park You may also enjoy reading:Our 29 Best Low Cost Campgrounds – Honeymoon Bay features at No. 6 in our top 29Cleaning your Solar PanelsNational Seniors CardI Can’t Do 4 Walls ___________________________________________________________________-Where to Find UsFollow us, Subscribe, Like, Share, and Comment on our website and social media here:-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indefiniteleave/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indefinite_leave/Website: https://indefiniteleave.com.au/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/indefiniteleavePinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.au/indefiniteleave/Twitter: https://twitter.com/indefiniteleav3___________________________________________________________This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through a link on this page we may receive a small commission. 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