Suttons Beach is one of the key attractions in Redcliffe, Australia. The beautiful stretch is located in Marine Parade on the Redcliffe foreshore, overlooking the Coral Sea of the Pacific Ocean. When looking for accommodation, Redcliffe QLD offers many options that will place you within close proximity to Suttons Beach and also many other attractions such as the Museum, the Jetty Markets, Art Gallery and Redcliffe Showground. Serviced apartments such as Oaks Mon Komo are very popular with those travelling in groups, especially families.

Sutton’s beach is one of the best beaches in the region for swimming. Waves are almost non-existent, making it ideal for children and those who wish to wade through the water rather than swim. Also, the swim areas are patrolled by lifeguards at all times.

The beach also features two fenced playgrounds to keep the kids occupied for hours. The kids’ areas feature forts, climbing frames, see-saws, slides, spinning rides, ladders, monkey bars, tunnels and a flying fox, that are a fun way to keep your kids active and entertained as you relax by the beach with a good book or simply kick back with a few cold ones. There are plenty of band rotundas too! Since the beach is bordered by a cement bike path, cycling is also a popular activity here.
Gather your family for a peaceful walk along southern end of the beach to Woody Point checking out the Gayundah wreck. Another interesting tit bit about Sutton’s Beach is that it is a popular landing site for skydivers!

Ample picnic shelter sheds and barbeque spots dot the shore. Nothing beats relaxing on the beach with your family, indulging in some succulent meats straight from the grill. If you prefer a dining experience you can check out the Sails Restaurant.

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.