Bee Gees Way, Redcliffe

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. Use our Redcliffe road trip planning tool to add Bee Gees Way and other attractions to your Redcliffe vacation plans.
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  • Fascinating laneway, worth a look if going past. Great interactive music and television displays. Well done Moreton Bay council.  more »
  • Loved this addition to Redcliffe.Lots of great memories to share. It's definitely worth taking the time to read all of the information.  more »
  • How deep is your love.... just great! Well worth a visit. Very nostalgic time had by all! Loved the video playing and al the info. Dance if you want too!  more »
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  • As lovers of the Bee Gees music this visit was a great experience. As we now live in the area I expect to see it often. Live BG music and video clips is showing on a large screen. The bronze statues are fantastic and make a great opportunity to snap a pic or three. Within walking distance of a beautiful seaside parade and with a lengthy pier as well. The shops in the area are old and small, but it adds to the atmosphere and ambience. A very popular holiday spot.
  • A well thought out use of a walkway. The story of the Bee Gees group in BIG photos, with videos and music. There are also large sculptures of the guys too. The whole "outdoor" walkway of about 20-30 metres is accessible to all with no entry fee. Nearby are plenty of casual dining places as well as the beach and boardwalk.
  • Bee Gees Way is a nice, if a little odd, tribute to the Brothers Gibb. Running from the beachfront Redcliffe Parade to Sutton Street, the walkway features an audio and visual history of the group, a multimedia display and murals. The odd part is that the Gibb family didn't live in Redcliffe for all that long, but ever since I was a kid growing up in Redcliffe, the city has happily claimed some kind of ownership of them. I've heard Barry say that memories of his time in Redcliffe are fond, so that's why I say that the tribute is just a 'little' odd.
  • I love this place. I think that Barry Gibb had a great idea! The Bee Gees were born here and it is great to have the possibility to know something about them in this place. This is a good commemoration
  • The Bee Gees Way is a great reminder of Bee Gee songs I grew up with. Whenever I am in Redcliffe around that area I hear the songs in the background and I always hear them in a different way. It is good to have a musical monument as you not only get to see their lives in pictures but hear the music that influenced generations.

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