Lt. James Cook sailed by East of the large bay islands naming Point Lookout, Moreton Bay, Cape Moreton and the Glasshouse Mountains.
Lt. Matthew Flinders landed at Woody Point and Clontarf Point.
John Oxley explored part of the Peninsula.
A convict settlement was founded near Humpybong Creek.
The convict settlement was moved to the banks of the Brisbane River.
The Redcliffe Agricultural Reserve was proclaimed.
The first farming blocks were sold and farming began.
The first Humpybong Provisional School was opened.
The Bay View Hotel was built at Scarborough.
Land developers began buying farms and subdividing them into housing estates.
The Redcliffe Hotel was built.
The first Woody Point Jetty was built.
Great Western Hotel was erected at Woody Point on the site of the Palace Hotel.
The first Redcliffe Jetty was built.
Post and Telegraph Office, Court House and Police Station erected at Redcliffe.