Monthly Archives: October 2021

Please avoid riding and walking on wet tracks through our bushland


UPDATE: 15 October 2021 Following the recent heavy rain, Redlands Coast’s recreational trails have dried out and are again suitable for use. EARLIER: 14 October 2021 Redlands Coast has some lovely recreational trails, especially through Scribbly Gums Conservation Area (home to Redland Track Park), Bayview Conservation Area and Eastern Escarpment Conservation Area. But they’re pretty  Continue reading…

Sandbagging stations open


Redland City Council sandbagging stations are open today and tomorrow 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 today, Thursday 14 October: 12 noon until 6pm Open tomorrow, Friday 15  Continue reading…

Work to start on Point Lookout Gorge Walk reconstruction


The Point Lookout Gorge Walk on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) will soon be fully restored, with work to repair a damaged section of the much-loved walk set to commence. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said reconstruction of a 25 metre section of the boardwalk was expected to start on 25 October 2021 and be completed  Continue reading…

Another round of Business Brews for industry networking


Redlands Coast manufacturing businesses are invited to this month’s Business Brews industry networking event. Supported by Redland City Council and held at Bacchus Brewing in Capalaba, this is the sixth event in the series and will focus on Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said it was a great opportunity for  Continue reading…

On-site works for Southern Moreton Bay Islands ferry terminals set to commence


The Southern Moreton Bay Islands (SMBI) ferry terminals upgrade works are due to start at Russell Island this month, with Transport and Main Roads and Redland City Council announcing the start of the on-site works. Member for Redlands Kim Richards said this was good news for the SMBI communities on Russell, Macleay, Karragarra and Lamb islands,  Continue reading…

Temporary commercial use invited for select parks


To activate and enliven some of the city’s public spaces and create opportunities for local businesses, Redland City Council is now accepting Expressions of Interest for temporary commercial activities for a select group of Redlands Coast parks and open spaces. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council supported a range of such activities in selected  Continue reading…

TV eco-warrior characters help Council spread sustainability message


Redland City Council is offering free sustainability resources for childcare centres and primary schools through a partnership with the makers of ABCKids series dirtgirlworld and Get Grubby TV. Mayor Karen Williams said the resources complemented Council’s green living principles by supporting communities to become more sustainable. “Council works with residents, community groups, business and environmental  Continue reading…

Court of Appeal overturns Alexandra Hills service station development approval


Redland City Council has welcomed a decision by the Court of Appeal supporting their 2015 decision to refuse the King of Gifts’ development application for a service station and fast-food drive-thru restaurant at Alexandra Hills. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council had opposed the application for the last six years, arguing it was in  Continue reading…

Entertainers line up for Dîner en Rouge fundraiser


A stellar line-up of entertainment will feature at this year’s Dîner en Rouge event which raises funds for Redlands Coast residents affected by domestic and family violence. Mayor Karen Williams said the live stage production, themed Musique en Rouge, would feature a night of exceptional entertainment at Redland Performing Arts Centre on 6 November 2021. “Australian  Continue reading…

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