Category Archives: Events

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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Another round of manufacturing industry networking for Redlands Coast


Redlands Coast manufacturing businesses are invited to the final Business Brews industry networking event for the year. Supported by Redland City Council at Bacchus Brewing in Capalaba on Tuesday 29 November 2022 the eighth event in the Business Brews series will focus on establishing local supply chains and government assistance programs. Redland City Mayor Karen  Continue reading…

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Tickets go on sale for Christmas on the Coast


Tickets are now on sale for Redland City Council’s annual festive celebration Christmas on the Coast to be held from 14 to 18 December at Raby Bay Harbour Park, Cleveland. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the community event would be packed with activities to help the whole family get into the Christmas spirit. “This  Continue reading…

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Exciting new PASSAGE for Redlands Coast artists


Redland City Council has launched an inspirational new program to encourage and empower emerging and established artists and performers. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the PASSAGE Artist Development Program would become an incubator for creativity and build on Redland Coast’s growing reputation as a community of artistic excellence. “Each year this program will provide  Continue reading…

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Free workshops to help businesses with online marketing


Redlands Coast small businesses are being urged to take advantage of a series of free workshops to help with their digital marketing. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the workshops aimed to equip local business owners with new skills and knowledge to improve their operations. “The three workshops focus on the ins and outs of  Continue reading…

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More than $30,000 raised at Mayoral Prayer Breakfast


Redland City Council’s 20th annual Mayoral Prayer Breakfast has raised a record amount of more than $30,000 for State School chaplaincy programs across the city. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the funds would go toward enhancing the wellbeing of Redlands Coast school communities and optimise educational outcomes. “The annual breakfast is an event that  Continue reading…

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Council supports community groups with strategic planning


Redland City Council has organised a free workshop in November to help community organisations develop their own strategic plans. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was pleased to provide professional advice and support to help committee members of community, sport and recreation organisations on Redlands Coast. “Strategic planning is important to any organisation because  Continue reading…

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Winners announced for Redland Art Awards 2022


An oil painting by Queensland artist Barry Fitzpatrick has won first prize in the Redland Art Awards 2022, which were announced at Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland on Friday night (14 October 2022). Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said this year’s awards had attracted a very high standard of entries, which made judging the biennial awards  Continue reading…

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