Graham Higham was a boxer and first Redcliffe resident to compete at an Olympic Games (London).
Gayundah was beached at Woody Point.
Sewerage treatment plant completed and first house connected.
Redcliffe proclaimed a City.
Redcliffe Hospital opened.
Redcliffe Historical Society was formed.
Plane piloted by Norm Thurecht made the first landing at Redcliffe Aerodrome.
Victoria House was destroyed by fire.
First traffic lights on the Peninsula installed at Crash Corner.
Anzac Place donated by Redcliffe Sub Branch of the RSL was opened.
Captain Cook Memorial Park was opened by Alderman Cec Kroll.
Redcliffe Historical Society’s first Museum was opened at 143 Sutton Street.
New Redcliffe City Council Chambers opened.
The second Historical Society Museum opened at Sutton’s Beach Bathing Pavilion.
Houghton Highway opened.
Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre first stage opened.
Settlement Cove opened.
Kay Cottee opened the bridge in Griffith Road over Albatross Canal.
Bern Cuthbertson’s replica Norfolk arrived for Flinders bi-centenary in July.
New Redcliffe Jetty opened.
Redcliffe City Art Gallery and Library opened.
Redcliffe Museum opened on 28 October. Margate Beach redevelopment opened.
Inaugural Redcliffe Cultural Festival held.
Humpybong Creek Precinct opened. Monument to Matthew Flinders unveiled on 16 May at Redcliffe Museum.
Launch Redcliffe Hospital Foundation. Scarborough Boat Harbour Parkland opened.
Dedication of memorial at Vietnam Veterans’ Place, John Oxley Park, Marine Parade Redcliffe.