The Moreton Bay Region is home to Bee Gees Way, a walkway that honours the world famous pop group. The latest additions to Bee Gees way were officially opened by Barry Gibb on September 11, 2015.
Located off Redcliffe Parade, Bee Gees way is a multi-media celebration of the Gibb brothers' phenomenal career and their links to Redcliffe.
Free and open every day and night, Bee Gees way has been developed in conjunction with Barry Gibb and features a life-size statue of the brothers as young boys in Redcliffe, more than 60 captioned photographs and 13 album covers from across the band's career, personal stories and reflections by Barry Gibb, a 70-metre mural featuring artwork of Barry, Robin, Maurice and Andy Gibb, a new statue of the Bee Gees from the 'One Night Only' era, seating featuring lyrics of Bee Gees songs, a copy of the contract they signed with Bill Goode and Bill Gates in 1959, a 5.3 metre square video screen showing exclusive interviews with Barry Gibb and never before seen home movie footage, along with Bee Gees songs.
Light shows set to music (nightly: 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, 8.30pm, 9pm, 9.30pm).