Category Archives: Community

Montgomery Park facelift during anti-graffiti trial


Montgomery Park anti-graffiti wall

Redland City Council is trialing a new approach to curbing graffiti in our public areas while giving our local parks a facelift at the same time. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams said the Montgomery Park at Wellington Point is one of two selected in the region for a makeover. “We chose two parks, the second  Continue reading…

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Council notes canal and lake community engagement reports


Council today agreed to note community consultation reports on the future management and funding of the revetment wall and maintenance activities at Raby Bay, Aquatic Paradise and Sovereign Waters estates. The engagement included the establishment of a Citizens’ Advisory Panel, which was a first for Redland City. The panel was run independent to Council by  Continue reading…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Redlands looks to cultural experiences


The Redlands will learn from New Zealand’s successful tourism model to develop its own world-class cultural tourism identity, Redland City Mayor Karen Williams says. Cr Williams, who recently attended the World Indigenous Tourism Summit and visited New Zealand cultural tourism enterprises with representatives of the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC) and the tourism industry, said  Continue reading…

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