Redcliffe Tide Times

Below we have listed the tide times for Redcliffe to help you plan your day.

Redcliffe is a great beach for enthusiasts of fishing, swimming, and dog walking along its serene coastline. Knowing the tide times at Redcliffe is essential for maximizing your enjoyment, as the tides significantly influence your experience. Here, we explore the best times to visit based on Redcliffe tides, ensuring you make the most of your beach adventures.

Fishing at Redcliffe

For fishing enthusiasts, timing is crucial. The best fishing experiences often align with specific tide times at Redcliffe. During low tide, the receding waters reveal sandbanks and channels that attract various fish species. Anglers can take advantage of these conditions by positioning themselves near the exposed areas where fish are more likely to congregate. The low tide at Redcliffe offers an excellent opportunity to catch species such as bream, flathead, and whiting.

However, don’t overlook the incoming and high tide for fishing. The Woody Point Jetty is especially worth a visit during an incoming tide. As the tide rises, fish move closer to the shore to feed, making it an ideal time to cast your line. Checking the tide times before your trip can help you plan your fishing activities to align with these optimal periods.

Most fishing enthusiasts head to:

  • Houghton Highway Bridge
  • Redcliffe Jetty

Swimming at Redcliffe

Best places to swim on the Redcliffe peninsula:

  • Scarborough Beach
  • Queens Beach
  • Redcliffe Beach
  • Suttons Beach
  • Margate Beach

Walking Dogs on the Beach

For dog owners, Redcliffe is a fantastic spot to let your family dog enjoy the beach. There are several off-leash areas where dogs can roam freely, including:

  • Scarborough Beach Park: Off-leash area from Flinders Parade to Fifth Avenue.
  • Queens Beach North: Off-leash area between Drury Point and Osbourne Point.

Walking your dog during low tide is especially enjoyable as the expansive beach area gives your pet plenty of space to roam freely without the concern of high waves. However, it’s essential to check the tides at Redcliffe to ensure you’re visiting at a time when the beach is most accessible and safe for both you and your dog.

Planning Your Visit

Whether you are planning to visit on a weekend, public holiday or during the week, to make the most of your visit to Redcliffe, it’s essential to stay informed about the tide times. Whether you’re planning a fishing trip, a swimming excursion, or a fun day out with your dog, knowing the tides at Redcliffe will enhance your experience. The Redcliffe low tide and high tide each offer unique opportunities, so planning your activities around these times is key to enjoying all that Redcliffe has to offer.

Redcliffe in Queensland is a versatile beach destination catering to various interests. By understanding and planning around the tide times Deception Bay, you can ensure a memorable and enjoyable outing, whether you’re fishing, swimming, or walking your dog.

DAY
High Tide
Low Tide
WED
24 July
11.40am
(1.97m)
6.08am
(0.41m)

5.37pm
(0.34m)
THU
25 July
12.01am
(2.59m)
6.49am
(0.40m)
12.30pm
(2.00m)
6.26pm
(0.44m)
FRI
26 July
12.44am
(2.46m)
7.30am
(0.41m)
1.21pm
(2.02m)
7.18pm
(0.57m)
SAT
27 July
1.28am
(2.27m)
8.12am
(0.44m)
2.18pm
(2.04m)
8.18pm
(0.72m)
SUN
28 July
2.16am
(2.05m)
8.58am
(0.47m)
3.23pm
(2.07m)
9.30pm
(0.84m)
MON
29 July
3.15am
(1.84m)
9.50am
(0.51m)
4.34pm
(2.13m)
10.59pm
(0.89m)
TUE
30 July
4.29am
(1.68m)
10.50am
(0.53m)
5.45pm
(2.22m)

WED
31 July
5.48am
(1.60m)
12.28am
(0.83m)
6.50pm
(2.32m)
11.56am
(0.53m)
THU
01 August
7.00am
(1.61m)
1.39am
(0.72m)
7.45pm
(2.41m)
12.59pm
(0.50m)
FRI
02 August
8.00am
(1.66m)
2.34am
(0.63m)
8.31pm
(2.46m)
1.55pm
(0.46m)
SAT
03 August
8.47am
(1.72m)
3.20am
(0.57m)
9.14pm
(2.47m)
2.42pm
(0.43m)
SUN
04 August
9.29am
(1.77m)
4.00am
(0.55m)
9.51pm
(2.46m)
3.23pm
(0.42m)
MON
05 August
10.04am
(1.80m)
4.34am
(0.56m)
10.25pm
(2.43m)
4.00pm
(0.43m)
TUE
06 August
10.38am
(1.84m)
5.05am
(0.56m)
10.55pm
(2.38m)
4.33pm
(0.46m)

DAY
High Tide
Low Tide
WED
24 July
11.40am
(1.97m)
6.08am
(0.41m)

5.37pm
(0.34m)
THU
25 July
12.01am
(2.59m)
6.49am
(0.40m)
12.30pm
(2.00m)
6.26pm
(0.44m)
FRI
26 July
12.44am
(2.46m)
7.30am
(0.41m)
1.21pm
(2.02m)
7.18pm
(0.57m)
SAT
27 July
1.28am
(2.27m)
8.12am
(0.44m)
2.18pm
(2.04m)
8.18pm
(0.72m)
SUN
28 July
2.16am
(2.05m)
8.58am
(0.47m)
3.23pm
(2.07m)
9.30pm
(0.84m)
MON
29 July
3.15am
(1.84m)
9.50am
(0.51m)
4.34pm
(2.13m)
10.59pm
(0.89m)
TUE
30 July
4.29am
(1.68m)
10.50am
(0.53m)
5.45pm
(2.22m)

WED
31 July
5.48am
(1.60m)
12.28am
(0.83m)
6.50pm
(2.32m)
11.56am
(0.53m)
THU
01 August
7.00am
(1.61m)
1.39am
(0.72m)
7.45pm
(2.41m)
12.59pm
(0.50m)
FRI
02 August
8.00am
(1.66m)
2.34am
(0.63m)
8.31pm
(2.46m)
1.55pm
(0.46m)
SAT
03 August
8.47am
(1.72m)
3.20am
(0.57m)
9.14pm
(2.47m)
2.42pm
(0.43m)
SUN
04 August
9.29am
(1.77m)
4.00am
(0.55m)
9.51pm
(2.46m)
3.23pm
(0.42m)
MON
05 August
10.04am
(1.80m)
4.34am
(0.56m)
10.25pm
(2.43m)
4.00pm
(0.43m)
TUE
06 August
10.38am
(1.84m)
5.05am
(0.56m)
10.55pm
(2.38m)
4.33pm
(0.46m)

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