Monday, May 2, 2016

Location | Direction | Map

■How to Find us? (Destination Information)
Redcliffe is located in the north-east of the Redcliffe peninsula, approximately 28 kilometres (17 mi) to the Brisbane CBD. 
Now you can find us on Google Map!

From Brisbane / Airport:

1.Bruce Highway north, until you see this sign:

2.After 'Ted Smout Memorial Bridge', follow 'Hornibrook Esplanade' :
Ted Smout Memorial Bridge
Longest bridge of Australia!
3.'Hornibrook Esplanade' until you see 'Bramble Bay Bowls Club', then turn left to Victoria Avenue.

4.Follow Victoria Avenue 'until your see our Huge '319' number, turn left at Hibiscus Ave for car park!

Our Entrance
(with large Lemon Grass)
Welcom to V.A.R !!

(2 mins walk from Victoria At Redcliffe to nearby bus station....)

★From Brisbane CBD: P315
Brisbane CBD Queen Street Stop 60 → Victoria Ave at Bradley Park 

★Back to Brisbane City : P315
Victoria Ave at Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe → Brisbane CBD Queen Street Stop 60

★Redcliffe Peninsula Local Area: 693

"Redcliffe Train Station" will be opening mid this year (2016), 

Only 3 mins driving distance from Victoria At RedcliffeWe will definitely provide free drop-off and pick-service for travellers!

■Anything around?
We are located at the heart of Redcliffe Peninsula, close to everywhere, please find this map for more information.
Very convenient If you want to visit someone in Hospital
By the way, 24hrs Grocery Store just cross store~

Also, here is the Map of Tourist Drive:
Redcliffe Tourist Map
Please visit HERE to download better quality

Ted Smout Bridge:

Australia’s longest bridge, the Ted Smout Memorial Bridge is named after Queensland’s longest-surviving World War I veteran, who lived until June 22, 2004 when he died at age of 106. He served until 1919 in France and Belgium. He was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in 1978, France’s Legion of Honour in 1979, was made the Australian Citizen of the Year in 1979 and Brisbane’s Citizen of the Year in 2000. 2

The Ted Smout Memorial Bridge has 78 spans at 35.2m per span with a total bridge deck length of 2746 m. Each span consists of eight Super T girders around 35.2 m in length and weight of about 82 t each. Each pier has two 1500 mm diameter cast in situ piles with a load capacity in excess of 1400 t each. 3

About the history of this bridge, press here!

------Hope to hear from you soon!!-----


Victoria At Redcliffe