History Redcliffe Collectible Medallions

History Redcliffe has commissioned ten solid silver medallions to be released, one per annum, in the lead up to the 200th Anniversary of the first European settlement at Redcliffe in Moreton Bay; a small settlement that would eventually lead to the establishment of the State of Queensland.

Produced by the Royal Perth Mint, these medallions are 99.9% pure silver, 32mm in diameter and come in an attractive Presentation Box.

These medallions will have a limited release of up to 250 and will each reflect the history of the Redcliffe Peninsula with an appropriate emblem.

The individual medallions will not be numbered but each medallion will be issued with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

These commemorative medallions have been produced with the generous assistance of the Regional Arts Development Fund.

Medallion 01: 2015 Brig Amity

features the Brig Amity, the ship that brought the first convict party to the Moreton Bay settlement at Redcliffe in September 1824.

Medallion 02: 2016 Red Cliffs

Features the iconic red cliffs of Redcliffe Point.

Medallion 03: 2017 Redcliffe Jetty – 1922

Features the second Redcliffe Jetty with its halfway house.

Medallion 04: 2018 SS Koopa 1911

Features the popular steamship Koopa

The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.