Quintessential village style character that perfectly complements laid back, coastal adventures. 

Known for its boutique retail choices, relaxed café culture, and smorgasbord of eateries, Cleveland features harbourside and coastal dining. 

Foodies flock to Cleveland for anything from a pub meal to fine dining, while the beautiful foreshores, parks, playgrounds and regular markets are ideal for relaxed, fun days and nights by the coast.

Enjoy a picnic, throw in a fishing line, and visit the historic lighthouse at Cleveland Point; have a drink or meal served up with panoramic coastal views at Queensland’s oldest licensed hotel; explore a stunning ecosystem of wetlands wildlife, and see where Governor Gipps once visited to assess the village’s suitability as the capital of Queensland.

The gateway to the majestic North Stradbroke Island, Cleveland also takes centre stage in the arts with an award-winning museum, impressive art galleries and an outstanding regional performing arts centre.

The beautiful Raby Bay Foreshore Park, with sandy beaches, a dog off-leash beach, electric barbecues and sprawling grassed areas is perfect for coastal picnics and outdoors catch-ups with friends and family.

Raby Bay itself is a popular spot for aquatic sports, including stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, boating, fishing, triathlon competition and many Surf Life Saving Queensland competitions.

Cleveland is also home to comprehensive public and private medical precincts that include Redlands Hospital and Mater Private Hospital Redland.

Getting around
- Train: Cleveland railway station is located at the end of the Cleveland line.
- Vehicle: 40 minute drive from the Brisbane CBD; 30 minute drive from Brisbane airport.
- Bike: On and off road commuter and recreational cycle ways run throughout.
- Bus: Transdev operates regular bus services.