Bee Gees Way, Redcliffe

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
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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  • Excellent presentation of musical icons. The history of the group through interactions including panels and bronze statues all the while listening to top chart music is a great free attraction to the ...  read more »
  • Great place to visit unwind and if you enjoy the bee gees then you will love this place a must if your in the brisbane area 
  • Popped in as we were passing. It quite informative with a video playing on loop all about the time from their first experiences in the area through to hitting the big time. There's a light show each n...  read more »
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