Monthly Archives: September 2022

Panoramic coastal walk set to extend on Minjerribah


Work on the spectacular Minjerribah Panorama Coastal Walk will continue in early October following the completion of upgrades to Mooloomba Road earlier this year. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said stage two of the project, which received State Government funding through the South East Queensland Community Stimulus Program, would see the walkway extended from Frenchman’s  Continue reading…

Last chance to nominate your Redlands Coast ‘chappy’


Redlands Coast school communities have until Monday 10 October to nominate their favourite “chappy” for the third annual Pastor Glen Gray Award, which recognises an outstanding local school chaplain. The award is part of the annual Redland City Mayoral Prayer Breakfast, with the 20th anniversary event to be held on Tuesday 25 October 2022. Mayor  Continue reading…

Public holiday closures on Monday 3 October 2022


Council Offices & Customer Service Centres Redland City Council offices and customer service centres will be closed on Monday 3 October, returning to regular operating hours on Tuesday 4 October. Bin Collections Normal bin services will occur on the public holiday. Remember to put your bin out the night before as trucks start collecting from  Continue reading…

Residents urged to be alert for koalas on the move


Redlands Coast residents are urged to be on the lookout for koalas who are on the move looking for love. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said koalas were more active during the breeding season, which occurred between August and December. “We share our naturally wonderful Redlands Coast with koalas so we need to watch out  Continue reading…

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Unplanned water interruption – Alexandra Hills, as at 9am Tuesday 27 September 


Council wishes to advise Alexandra Hills residents of an unplanned water interruption today, Tuesday 27 September. We apologise for any inconvenience to residents and are working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible. For urgent enquiries please contact Council on 3829 8999. Water interruption: Location: Queens Court Road between Elizabeth and Allenby Road, Alexandra  Continue reading…

Better services on the horizon as ferry terminal hits the water


The delivery of Macleay Island’s new pontoon marks another key milestone in a $44.6 million ferry terminal upgrade project boosting transport services and supporting local economies. Favourable tidal and weather conditions allowed the new pontoon to be floated over the last week to its destination on Macleay Island as part of the Southern Moreton Bay Islands  Continue reading…

Get ready for storm and bushfire season


Redlands Coast residents are urged to ensure they are prepared ahead of this year’s storm and bushfire season. Redland City Mayor and Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) Chair Karen Williams said Get Ready Queensland Week, from 10-14 October, aimed to raise awareness about being prepared for extreme weather events and disasters. “The idea behind this  Continue reading…

Pho3nix Queensland Triathlon Road Closure Notice


Redland City Council advises residents that temporary road closures will occur in Raby Bay and surrounding areas in Cleveland on Sunday 25 September, from 4.30am to 11am due to round one of the Pho3nix Queensland Triathlon 2022/2023 season. Motorists are advised that police and traffic controllers will direct and monitor traffic at all intersections and  Continue reading…

Awards to acknowledge young legends on Redlands Coast


Nominations for the second annual Redlands Coast Young Legends Awards will open on Monday 3 October. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the awards recognised the valuable contributions of young people who volunteer and undertake community service. “There are many young people on Redlands Coast who are doing amazing things within our community organisations, sporting  Continue reading…

Redlands Coast aspires to be dementia friendly


Redland City has become the second council in Queensland to be acknowledged by Dementia Australia for its commitment to creating a dementia-friendly city. Council was officially recognised by Dementia Australia’s Dementia-Friendly Communities program at a ceremony on Wednesday 21 September. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the national recognition was gratifying and encouraging. “Last year  Continue reading…