June 2024 Newsletter

The latest edition of Humpybong and After, our quarterly newsletter, is now available for your reading pleasure. You’ll find it and our archive of past issues on our Newsletters page.

Be sure to check out our preliminary schedule of events planned for the Redcliffe Remembers festival in September where we will be marking the occasion of the bicentenary of the first European settlement in Queensland. Any changes or updates to those events will be posted here on our website and also on our social media.

Navigating Our Story

Join us for our upcoming monthly meeting next Friday (7th June). We are thrilled to have Kelly Ashford from Moreton Bay Region Libraries as our guest speaker. Kelly will guide us on navigating through and making the most of “Our Story”. This is an incredible resource and it’s completely free! If you haven’t use it yet, this might be your sign to get started.

Come along to our meeting at 2pm on Friday 7th June at Redcliffe Library Meeting Room and see where this journey can take you!


Opened in 1925, Anzac Memorial Avenue (as it was originally named) is the longest World War I memorial avenue in Queensland, spanning a distance of some nearly 18kms. Notably, it was the first bitumen motor road connecting Brisbane to Redcliffe. It not only serves a lasting and impressive memorial to the ANZACs but also provided valuable employment to the returned servicemen during the period of its construction.

When you travel this road, take a moment to remember the ANZACs.


(Image courtesy of City of Moreton Bay, ref.RLPC-001\001144)