Category Archives: Parks

Celebrate Australia Day safely on Redlands Coast


Redland City Council is encouraging everyone to focus on health and safety this Australia Day and, to assist, has organised some special parking and safety arrangements so everyone can enjoy a relaxing celebration. Mayor Karen Williams said Council wanted to ensure everyone had the opportunity to be outdoors enjoying Redlands Coast’s waterways and open spaces  Continue reading…

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Upgrade starts at popular Point Lookout park


Work has started on an upgrade to Headland Park at Point Lookout (Mulumba) on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the upgrade would provide a new lease of life to the popular park. “This fabulous park is well-loved and enjoyed by local residents and the wider Redlands Coast community,” she said.  Continue reading…

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Traffic restrictions lifted at Birkdale


Normal traffic arrangements resume today at the entrance to Birkdale Recycling and Waste Centre and Judy Holt Recreation Reserve on Old Cleveland Road East, Birkdale. A temporary speed limit reduction and traffic management had been in place during the traditionally busy Christmas holiday period. Redland City Council would like to thank motorists for their patience  Continue reading…

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Council to invite expressions of interest for construction of new sport and recreation precinct


A new 100-hectare sport and recreational facility on Redlands Coast is another step closer, with Redland City Council set to invite Expressions of Interest (EOI) for construction of the first stage of the Redlands Coast Regional Sport and Recreation Precinct at Mount Cotton. Stage 1 will include construction of the Bike Activity and Recreation sub-precincts  Continue reading…

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Community backs plans for popular Thorneside sports park


Consultation about the upgrade of William Taylor Memorial Sports Field at Thorneside has revealed strong community backing for the draft concept plan. Mayor Karen Williams said the plan was developed by Redland City Council in collaboration with the primary tenant sporting clubs that call the sports field home – Mooroondu Sport and Recreation Club, Mooroondu  Continue reading…

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Popular Point Lookout park planned to be upgraded in 2022


Redland City Council is planning an exciting upgrade for the popular Headland Park at Point Lookout (Mulumba). Mayor Karen Williams said the upgrade would bring a new lease of life to the popular park. “Next year will see some fabulous improvements in this wonderful park,” she said. “A new play space with a dual-slide climbing  Continue reading…

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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…

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Parkour in the park with upgrade in Alexandra Hills


A popular Alexandra Hills park is the first in Redlands Coast to feature dedicated parkour facilities and a giant climbing structure that spins, following a $1.5 million upgrade. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council’s upgrade of Hanover Drive Park included a range of play equipment aimed at being both fun and challenging. “Redlands Coast  Continue reading…

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More time to help shape prized Redlands Coast park – survey closing date extended to 24 September 2021


Redland City Council is providing an extra two weeks during which those interested in the future of Thorneside’s William Taylor Memorial Sports Field will be able to have their say. Mayor Karen Williams said that, while more than 180 people had already provided input, extending the survey period to 24 September would give more people  Continue reading…

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