Monthly Archives: May 2018

Explore Material Matters at Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland


Redlands residents will be treated to a thought provoking art exhibition when Material Matters comes to Redland Art Gallery Cleveland on Sunday 3 June 2018. Material Matters, by acclaimed Brisbane-based artist Kay S Lawrence, includes photographic works, sculptures and video. The artworks feature objects from the natural environment: driftwood, branches and tree trunks juxtaposed with embroidery,  Continue reading…

Koalas on the move and looking for love


Romance is in the air throughout the Redlands as koala breeding season begins, with male koalas on the move and looking for love between July and December. With koalas migrating into new and unfamiliar territories in search for prospective mates, Redland City Mayor Karen Williams has urged the community to be mindful of the increased  Continue reading…

Full state funding required for $26 million SMBI marine infrastructure


Redland City Council has called for full state funding to upgrade the Southern Moreton Bay Island ferry terminals to provide a safer more reliable service to residents. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said public transport was operated and funded by the State Government and as a result it was appropriate for the State Government to  Continue reading…

Historic Station Master’s Cottage approved for community use


The 129-year-old Station Master’s Cottage will receive a new lease on life after Council today agreed to allow the community to use the historic building. The cottage was relocated last year from its former site in Middle Street to its current location in Little Shore Street after it was gifted to Council by Redlands RSL.  Continue reading…

National Reconciliation Week Council Activities 2018


National Reconciliation Week (NRW- 27 May – 3 June) is an annual celebration enabling all Australians to come together in the spirit of mutual respect. The 2018 theme is Don’t Keep History a Mystery. During this week all Australians are invited to learn, share, and grow – by exploring our past, learning more about Aboriginal  Continue reading…

Walker Group’s Weinam Creek proposal will not proceed


Redland City Council has announced that in conjunction with Walker Group, a decision has been made not to proceed with Walker Group’s Weinam Creek Priority Development Area project proposal. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council would instead take on the planning for the Weinam Creek area. “Walker’s vision for the Weinam Creek development was  Continue reading…