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. Use our Redcliffe road trip planning tool to add Bee Gees Way and other attractions to your Redcliffe vacation plans.
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  • Was a little surprise attraction in Redcliffe. Really well done and learnt things about the Bee Gees. Beautiful light show at night. 
    Was a little surprise attraction in Redcliffe. Really well done and learnt things about the Bee Gees. Beautiful light show at night.  more »
  • Although I am a local, I love visiting Bee Gees Way to reminisce, listen to the music and look at the pictures of these clever boys. It is so well presented, and a credit to our Council for making... 
    Although I am a local, I love visiting Bee Gees Way to reminisce, listen to the music and look at the pictures of these clever boys. It is so well presented, and a credit to our Council for making...  more »
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  • This place was amazing! such a lovely dedication to the boys and definitely worth taking a fan to see! There was quite a bit to see considering its an outdoor and unmanned venue. there was also a projector on the wall playing old videos on the wall with their music in the background. Makes it all feel very sentimental.
  • Nice short walk describing the career of the Bee Gees. Nice graphics, video interview and interesting facts. In the evening there is a light display running every 30mins from 7PM. Sadly I didn't get to see the display but I'm sure it would be very nice.

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