Redcliff Point is on the south coast of England, to the east of Weymouth in Dorset. It lies just past the eastern end of the sweeping Weymouth Bay on the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage landscape known for its geology. Fossils can be found in the Upper Oxford Clay in this area.
The cliff looks over to the Isle of Portland. It is so-called because of the red colouring of the cliffs at this point.
- Isle of Portland and Weymouth Bay (Portland Bill to Redcliff Point) Archived 2007-09-28 at the Wayback Machine, SCOPAC.
- Ian West, Bowleaze Cove to Redcliff Point, east of Weymouth, Dorset; Geology of the Wessex Coast, 14 April 2009.
- Photograph of Redcliff Point, SCOPAC.