Bee Gees Way, Redcliffe

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Unveiled by Barry Gibb (a founding member of the Bee Gees) in 2013, Bee Gees Way features a bronze statue and a walkway in honor of the band, who immigrated to this area from England in 1958. The statue marks the start of a walkway dotted with photos, anecdotes, and items donated by Gibb. The site is a popular trip down memory lane for the band’s fans and casual tourists, who enjoy taking photographs with the life-size image of the band. The walkway is located in the middle of the city, near Redcliffe Jetty, where you can take leisurely strolls, enjoy a gourmet lunch, or treat yourself with ice cream and other snacks. Plan your Bee Gees Way visit and explore what else you can see and do in Redcliffe using our Redcliffe travel itinerary maker.
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  • Great if you're a bee gees fan but I can't see how this could possibly cost the millions of taxpayers dollars spent on it 
  • Have always enjoyed their music, and admired their skills/talents. The little walk through was a really nice way to cap off a stroll around the shops of Redcliffe. It was very clean, and looked really...  more »
  • Although tiny the small alley way contains a statue and some good photo opportunities along with some information. Good for a stroll through if your heading to the cafes, lagoon or sunday markets.