Wellington Point land slippage works update


Council is undertaking work relating to slippage of the embankment in front of the road on Esplanade, Wellington Point. The embankment slipped during severe weather events in February 2022. As advised by signage at the site, there is evidence of asbestos in the embankment relating to historical filling that would have occurred many years ago.  Continue reading…

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Council delivers scenic pathway to boost active travel opportunities


Exercise enthusiasts across the Redlands Coast will be better connected and able to enjoy picturesque bushland with the planned delivery of a new active pathway project in Thornlands. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the West Thornlands Active Pathway Link was part of Council’s vision to provide safer, more accessible pathway routes across Redlands Coast.  Continue reading…

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Exhibitions pay homage to history of Redlands Coast


Two exhibitions with strong links to the history of Redlands Coast will be on display at Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland in December. Mayor Karen Williams said both exhibitions were held in conjunction with this year’s golden jubilee celebrations for Redland Museum. “These exhibitions provide a fabulous opportunity to explore not only the landscape, people and  Continue reading…

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Council urges people to stay off waterlogged tracks and trails


Due to the recent heavy rainfall, Redland City Council is urging people to avoid using the tracks and trails within Redlands Coast’s conservation reserves until they dry out. These include Scribbly Gums Conservation Area (home to Redland Track Park) in Alexandra Hills, Bayview Conservation Area in Redland Bay, Don and Christine Burnett Conservation Area in  Continue reading…

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Entertainers spread festive cheer at Christmas on the Coast


A packed program of family-friendly activities and local entertainment will help ring in the festive season at Redland City Council’s Christmas on the Coast from 14-18 December at Cleveland’s Raby Bay Harbour Park. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said each day of the event would include Christmas carols, the lighting of the city’s Christmas tree,  Continue reading…

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Awards recognise Young Legends on Redlands Coast


Redland City Council has recognised nine young Redlands Coast residents for their outstanding contributions to the community at an awards ceremony at the Redland Performing Arts Centre. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the Young Legends Awards acknowledged the many young people who were volunteering and undertaking community service on Redlands Coast. “There are so  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast’s sensational selection of summer activities


From discovering nature’s wonders and how to create eco art and Christmas characters to inspiring talks and performances, there will be plenty going on across Redlands Coast during the summer school holidays. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said there were activities planned for all ages, and many of them were free. “Council has organised a  Continue reading…

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IndigiScapes Eco Markets focus on sustainable gifting


There will be plenty of inspirational ideas to support sustainable giving this festive season at the IndigiScapes Eco Markets on Saturday 3 December. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the event would include family activities, live entertainment and market stalls offering sustainable products. “The IndigiScapes Eco Markets have been successful in fostering an appreciation of  Continue reading…

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