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- Situated on the river there are lots of really nice bars and restaurants servicing a busy commercial district and at times can get very busy but a great spot to watch the river flow by whilst enjoying a cold beerWritten 26 May 2022
- the wharf has many places for eat and drink with all tastes catered for, there is some parking free up to 1 hr longer you need to pay but some places redeem your parkingWritten 25 April 2022
- The path along Moreton Bay from the Shorncliffe Pier to Cliff Street in Shorncliffe is known as Lovers' Walk, a delightful wide flat sealed path for all to enjoy. Interestingly the path was originally known as Dovers' Walk in the early 20th century, rumour has it that the young men of the day printing postcards for the seaside resort changed the 'D' for an 'L' as a joke; so said the sign on the walkway.
Along the path there are plenty of opportunites to picnic at one of the many covered picnic benches or on the grass, and there are some interesting outdoor art installations to stop and look at. Parking can be found in Moora Park near the pier.Written 29 May 2022
- Don't miss visiting the Shorncliffe Pier if you are out and about in Shorncliffe, a historical landmark. The original pier, known as the Sandgate Pier, was built in 1882, 259 metres long, a major drawcard in the 19th and 20th centuries of the seaside suburb. Nowadays it is well kept and well used by those keen on fishing or just out for a stroll for the full length of 350 metres. At the beginning of the pier are some interesting photographic images of the pier in years gone by, how it has changed. Parking is available close-by in Moora Park or the neighbouring streets. Bring a picnic and stroll along the esplanade.Written 29 May 2022
- I work in a nursing home and often take the residents on a trip to this park..while we can't get out of our vehicle just yet, they just love seeing what is happening on the river and seeing people fishing and walking their dogs and putting their boats in the water , having a bbq and just enjoying this great park.Written 26 June 2020