Category Archives: Business

IndigiScapes Environment Education Centre set to expand


Redlands Coast will be home to a unique environmental education experience, with expansion plans for Council’s IndigiScapes Centre. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the expansion plans included major refurbishments to the centre’s popular Bush Tucker Café, additional native landscape gardens, new environmental interpretation space and education spaces and conference facilities, plus an exciting new  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast food trails set to tantalise the taste buds


The naturally wonderful Redlands Coast – a foodie paradise filled with spectacular views to dine for – now has four new food trails as part of the south-east Queensland Food Trails website launched today. The trails take locals and visitors on a culinary journey across the beautiful Redlands Coast, which boasts outstanding fine dining restaurants;  Continue reading…

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Council hosts tourism guests on Minjerribah


Redlands Coast’s beautiful North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) took centre stage on Thursday, 28 June 2018 as 190 staff members and volunteers from visitor information centres across South East Queensland visited the island. Redland City Council hosted the event to showcase the beautiful Redlands Coast. Mayor Karen Williams said Council was working with tourism operators across  Continue reading…

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Councillors elect a new Deputy Mayor


Councillors elected Cr Lance Hewlett as Redland City’s new Deputy Mayor at the General Meeting this week. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams congratulated Cr Hewlett on his appointment. “I look forward to building on and strengthening the leadership legacy delivered in partnership with Cr Boglary and I sincerely thank her for her strong commitment. “I  Continue reading…

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Redlands showcased on the small screen


Harrow Executive Producer Leigh McGrath and Mayor Karen Williams

Set to air in March are two television series shot in film-friendly Redland City last year – four-part SBS psychological thriller Safe Harbour and 10-part Australian crime drama series Harrow – both set to give nation-wide and international viewers a taste of what the Redlands has to offer. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said that  Continue reading…

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Local health and fitness providers needed for next term of Redlands Healthy and Active Program


Redland City Council has opened the Expression of Interest (EOI) process for local fitness providers who wish to be considered for the next term of activities in the Redlands Healthy and Active Program. Those who are passionate about helping people to be healthy and active are encouraged to get in touch before 2 March. Redland  Continue reading…

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Fresh global focus on economic development for Redlands


John Aitken

The Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board’s newest member needs little introduction. John Aitken is well known for his achievements as former CEO of Brisbane’s economic development organisation, Brisbane Marketing including establishing Brisbane’s new world city positioning globally, and delivering $4billion in economic outcomes. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said securing the extraordinary talents of John  Continue reading…

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Harrow films in the Redlands


Harrow Actor Ioan Gruffudd and Executive Producer Leigh McGrath

Film-friendly Redland City was a location of choice this week for Harrow – a new 10-part Australian crime drama series produced by Brisbane’s Hoodlum Entertainment. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said it was a great coup for Redlands to continue to attract quality local and international television and film productions. “Our City’s natural assets coupled  Continue reading…

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Council asks state candidates to support the Redlands


Redland City Council has sent a timely reminder to all local state candidates of what projects and initiatives they want candidates to support during the state election on behalf of the community. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the Redland City state election advocacy plan asked for a commitment from candidates to support key projects  Continue reading…

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