Bee Gees Way
What you need to know
If you’re a fan of hit international artists the Bee Gees, then a visit to Bee Gees Way is a must! Honouring the famous pop group and all they achieved in their ride to the top, Bee Gees Way was officially opened by Barry Gibb in September 2015. This multi-media celebration of the Gibb brothers and their wonderful careers and achievements highlights their personal connection to the Brisbane suburb of Redcliffe.
Entry to the area is open to the public all day and all night with no cover charge or entry fee. The main highlight of the area is the life-size statue to the three brother; Barry, Robin and Maurice, as young boys. The exhibit also features over 60 captioned photographs of the trio, 13 published album covers, personal stories and reflections from Barry Gibb himself and a 70-metre tall mural showcasing artwork of Barry, Robin, Maurice and Andy Gibb.
Visitors can also watch exclusive interviews and personal home movie footage from the Gibb household and along with many of the Bee Gees songs. There are also light shows conducted nightly set to the well-known, much-loved music of the iconic band.
- Nightly at 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm, 9pm & 9:30pm)
- Sutton Street, Redcliffe Parade