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Scarborough Beach scarborough

Scarborough Beach, park lawn and norfolk pine trees

Of the string of little bay beaches that line the Redcliffe Peninsula, Scarborough on the far northern tip would have to be the prettiest.

Bordered by a strip of majestic Norfolk Pines and with an enchanting sand-based children’s park that is railway themed at one end and pirate themed at the other along with a famed grove of cottonwood trees for climbing, it also happens to be family heaven.

Across the quiet road from the park, a bohemian little shopping village is home to a number of cafes and coffee lounges and a bright nautical themed fish shop.

Meantime its sandy protected bay is a safe swimming spot for young and old.

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