Roary’s Latest Guide to Redcliffe

In this next edition of Roary’s guide to Redcliffe, Roary has got some fresh new spots for you to consider as part of your game-day itinerary!

Spinnaker Park

Set in a prime location on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Spinnaker Park is a beautiful lakefront (and very popular) local playground appealing to families looking to enjoy some time in the sun.

Spinnaker Park is an all-abilities playground that ensures children of all abilities can play together. Located close to Moreton Daily Stadium, Roary recommends this hot spot for families to chill out at and relax at before heading along to Brisbane Roar games.

Read more HERE.

Tempest Teppanyakki

Fresh from trawler-to-plate, this fresh seafood dining experience in Scarborough brings the exhibition of cooking to life with a teppanyaki grill and fine dining restaurant.

Direct from local fisherman and farmers, the Tempest Seafood Restaurant menu is designed to suit the season, customers and climate of the Redcliffe Peninsula. The menu is modern with an uncompromising focus on excellence – bursting with freshness and flavour.

This spot is recommended for Roar fans who love their seafood! Perfect for a pre-game lunch or post-game for dinner on the waterfront with your special someone or with the family.

Read more HERE.

Aqua Splash

Aqua splash is Australia’s best open inflatable water park, located at Pelican Park in Clontarf.

Aqua Splash offers a family-fun day out for everyone, especially the kids! Hosting a large number of aquatic infrastructures from slide to ladders, climbing domes to runways, the watercourse contains hours of entertainment pre-game.

Remember to pack your Roar kit to change into after this one!

Read more HERE.

The Komo

The Komo is a popular Redcliffe dining, drinking and entertainment venue not only for locals, but also visitors and day-trippers to the Moreton Bay Region.

Ideally positioned on the forefront of the Redcliffe Peninsula this newly renovated venue provides Roar fans with an unrivalled seaside hospitality experience.

There’s nothing better than a lazy lunch filled with cool drinks and flavoursome fresh food, before you get ready to cheer on your Brisbane Roar.

Whether it’s pre-game or post-game – whatever time of day, The Komo’s got all Roar fans covered this game-day.

Read More HERE.

Beardy’s Bar & Kitchen

This last one might be the pick of the bunch for our Roary. He knows this spot is already a hit with our BRFC Members!  

They’re still ‘the new kids on the block’ but Beardy’s Bar & Kitchen are no stranger to great food and top-notch brews. The newly renovated restaurant and bar is dishing up some of the BEST burgers on the Redcliffe Peninsula, with all patties pressed and cooked on site and homemade sauces so good you’ll be wanting to know the secret ingredients.

The menu is concise but it’s got all your taste buds covered with 12-hour slow cooked pulled pork burgers, premium beef burgers, house-made crispy fried chicken wings and a selection of wholesome, handmade wraps, rolls, cakes and treats. What’s not to love about all that?

You’ll certainly find Roary here a few times this season, we have no doubt!

Read More HERE.

*All images and content thanks to Visit Moreton Bay Region. Find out all there is to do and see in Moreton Bay by visiting their website.