Category Archives: Environment

Redland City Council responds to suspected dog baiting


Redland City Council is deploying all available resources at local parks, including surveillance cameras, in response to more suspected dog baiting incidents. It also is investigating offering a reward for information which leads to successful prosecution. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said she had also written to the Queensland Police Service offering Council’s support in  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast Garage Sale Trail launch


Redlands Coast households, schools and community groups are set to join more than 400,000 people across the country on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 October as a part of Australia’s ninth annual Garage Sale Trail. A multi award-winning community and sustainability event, Garage Sale Trail is powered by more than 140 local councils nation-wide. This  Continue reading…

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13 August 2019 – Planned Burns Russell Island (13 – 16 August 2019)


Redland City Council Parks & Conservation crews, along with Russell and Lamb Island Rural Fire Service (QRFS), will be undertaking multiple planned burns on Russell Island this week starting today Tuesday 13 August and going through to Friday 16 August 2019, commencing each day at approximately 9.30am (weather permitting). Locations: 172-216 High Street (Whistling Kite  Continue reading…

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6 August 2019 – Controlled Burns, Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah)


Redland City Council’s Parks & Conservation crews will be undertaking multiple planned burns in the Point Lookout area on North Stradbroke Island/Minjerribah, starting today Tuesday 6 August and going through to Friday 9 August 2019, commencing each day at approximately 9.30am (weather permitting). Location George Nothling Drive, Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island (Tramican Street and  Continue reading…

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1 August 2019 – controlled burn, Greater Glider Conservation Area, Alexandra Hills


Redland City Council Parks & Conservation crews will be undertaking a planned burn starting today Thursday 1 August 2019 in Alexandra Hills at approximately 9.30am (weather permitting). Location: Greater Glider Conservation Area, 250-354 Redland Bay Road, Alexandra Hills It is appreciated that these burns may cause some inconvenience, however all attempts will be made to limit  Continue reading…

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Controlled Burn 30 July 2019- Wellington Street Bushland Refuge, 213-221 Long Street, Cleveland


Redland City Council (RCC) Parks and Conservation crews along with Queensland Fire & Emergency Services (QFES) will be undertaking a planned burn starting today Tuesday 30 July 2019, commencing at approximately 9.30am (weather permitting). Location: Wellington Street Bushland Refuge, 213-221 Long Street, Cleveland It is appreciated that these burns may cause some inconvenience, however all  Continue reading…

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Controlled burns – Macleay Island 24 – 26 July 2019


Redland City Council Parks & Conservation crews, along with the Macleay Island Rural Fire Brigade, will be undertaking multiple planned burns starting today Wednesday 24 July and going through to Friday 26 July 2019. Planned burns will commence each day at approximately 9:30am (weather permitting). Macleay Island locations: 77-95 Beelong Street 15-25 Kardinia Street 1-25  Continue reading…

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Council commences master planning for Redlands Coast Regional Sport and Recreation Precinct


The future of sport and recreation on Redlands Coast has received a boost, with the commencement of master planning for Redlands Coast Regional Sport and Recreation Precinct, at 277 – 293 Heinemann Road, Mount Cotton. Mayor Karen Williams said the site, acquired by Council in 2017, would provide the city with new sport, recreational and  Continue reading…

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Councils unite to seek new options for waste and recycling solutions


A combined effort by five South-East Queensland councils to find feasible and progressive methods of resource recovery and waste disposal has taken a significant step forward. Mayor Karen Williams said Redland City Council – in collaboration with Ipswich City Council, Logan City Council, Lockyer Valley Regional Council and Somerset Regional Council – was seeking expressions  Continue reading…

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