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    The Red cliffs

    The Famous red-coloured cliffs at Woody Point visible from the bay.
    The city's name originates from "Red Cliff Point" named by the Lieutenant(later Captain) Matthew Flinders one of the first men to step foot on the Peninsula.

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    The Gayundah

    After 40 years of transporting gravel, the Gayundah was considered to be of no further service and was towed to the base of the Woody Point cliffs and left to act as a breakwater.

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    Aerial View

    An Aerial View Of The Redcliffe Peninsula showng the Scarborough marina.

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    Houghton Highway and Ted Smout Memorial Bridge

    The new Ted Smout Memorial Bridge is the third to span Bramble Bay, linking Sandgate and Brighton in the south, with Clontarf and Redcliffe in the north.
    It is Australia's longest bridge.

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    The Redcliffe Jetty

    The Redcliffe Jetty has been considered the heart of the Peninsula since The late 1800s.
    In 1881 Rev John Sutton and other landowners requested that a Jetty be built at Redcliffe Point.
    The Third Redcliffe Jetty opened In 1999.

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    Settlement Cove Lagoon

    The Settlement Cove Lagoon also known as the Redcliffe Lagoon is located in the heart of Redcliffe.
    A visit to Redcliffe is not complete without visiting the artificial lagoon and amphitheater at Settlement Cove. Built in 1993.

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    Suttons beach.

    The Festival of Sails event is held on Good Friday every year and is hosted at Suttons Beach, more than 25,000 visitors attend this seaside carnival.

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    Redcliffe

    Another aerial view of the Redcliffe peninsula featuring views of the Redcliffe jetty and beaches.

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TERM DATES FOR 2018

Term 1 Monday 22nd January - Thursday 29th March - 10 weeks
Term 2 Tuesday 17th April - Friday 29th June - 10 weeks
Term 3 Monday 16th July - Friday 21sth September - 10 weeks
Term 4 Tuesday 8th October - Friday 14th December - 10 weeks



CAMPUS OFFICE HOURS

8.30 am - 4.00 pm Monday to Friday

CLASS UPDATES/SNIPPETS

 

In Term 1 2018 we have 100 classes available. A few Tutors are taking a break, whilst others are returning to offer their classes as well as several new Tutors.

 

CLASSES NOT BEING OFFERED TERM 1

Australia World War 1                                                                  Getting to Know your Computer

Japanese Beginners                                                                     Latin Advanced

Poetry Appreciation                                                                      Pre & Post Retirement Planning

Secrets of Sleep Science                                                             Simply Shares

U3A Garden Group

 

CLASSES RETURNING TERM 1

Acting – the basics                                                                        Androids & Smartphones

Ipads – structured class, not workshop                                 Living Naturally with Herbs

MS Word                                                                                           MS Spreadsheeting Excel

MS Word for Beginners                                                               Optimising Brain Fitness

Powerpoint Intermediate                                                              The Story of Ireland

Writing & Publishing eBooks

NEW CLASSES TERM 1

Introductory French                                                                      Climate Change

Desktop Publishing                                                                       Graphics Course

Oil & Acrylic Painting                                                                     Oriental Hand Therapy

Practical Guitar – adding on                                                          Reading Jane Austen

Ukulele Next step                                                                          Tai Chi

 



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