Monthly Archives: March 2021

Diners develop a taste for bush flavours at cafe breakfast


Breakfast in a bush setting is proving popular with visitors to the Redland IndigiScapes Centre at Capalaba. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the IndigiScapes Cafe’s natural setting in the centre and its unique menu incorporating bush flavours had proved a winning combination when a weekend breakfast menu was released in January. “The cafe has  Continue reading…

Sandbagging stations open tomorrow Wednesday 24 March 2021 on Redlands Coast


Redland City Council sandbagging stations will open tomorrow Wednesday 24 March, at the following locations: Council Depot Cleveland – 199-205 South St, Cleveland – Click here for directions Council staff and SES will be onsite to assist. Sand, bags and shovels will be supplied. Open Wednesday 24 March, from 7am – 6pm. 24-hour self-service sandbagging stations  Continue reading…

Packed program to keep children entertained during school holidays


Redland City Council is offering a packed program of activities for children during the Easter school holidays (2-18 April 2021). Mayor Karen Williams said the events were designed to engage and entertain children of all ages and interests. “From craft, weaving and crochet to bush trail adventures, puppets and circus skills, there is sure to  Continue reading…

Sandbagging stations remain open on Redlands Coast, update as at 8:00am Tuesday 23 March 2021


Redland City Council sandbagging stations remain open today, Tuesday 23 March, at the following locations: Council Depot Cleveland – 199-205 South St, Cleveland – Click here for directions Council staff and SES will be onsite to assist. Sand, bags and shovels will be supplied. Open Tuesday 23 March, from 8:30am – 6pm. 24-hour self-service sandbagging stations  Continue reading…

Russell Island water supply restored


Update – Monday 22 March 2021,  7.23pm Russell Island water supply restored   Council has located a broken water main at the Southern end of the island. The main has now been isolated and water supply restored to Russell Island, except two nearby properties that have been supplied with bottled water.   Crew plan to  Continue reading…

Promote your business and services at Redlands Coast Careers Expo


Businesses and organisations will have the chance to impress and inspire at Redland City Council’s inaugural Redlands Coast Careers Expo. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was looking for businesses to be part of the free expo to be held on Friday 4 June, 9am-6pm, at Alexandra Hills Hotel Conference Centre. “Residents of all  Continue reading…

Sandbagging stations available on Redlands Coast, update as at 9:45am Monday 22 March 2021


Redland City Council has established sandbagging stations. Council Depot Cleveland – 199-205 South St, Cleveland – Click here for directions Council staff and SES will be onsite to assist. Sand, bags and shovels will be supplied. Open Monday 22 March, at 7am – 6pm. 24-hour self-service sandbagging stations are located at: Council Depot Dunwich – 11-37  Continue reading…

Tour the Birkdale Community Precinct and help shape its future


Redland City Council is offering a rare opportunity to tour the Birkdale Community Precinct and help shape the future for this important Redlands Coast land. The precinct will be open to the community on two days in April – Friday the 16th and Saturday the 17th from 10am-4pm. Mayor Karen Williams said the community was  Continue reading…

Council to negotiate fair price for land


Redland City Council will try to negotiate a fair purchase price to potentially buy land in the Ormiston Koala Safe Neighbourhood Catchment area. Deputy Mayor Julie Talty, who chaired the General Council Meeting this week while Mayor Karen Williams was in Canberra, said any future purchases in the area would adjoin existing Council-owned or managed  Continue reading…