Panoramic coastal walk project enters final phase


Work on the Minjerribah Panorama Coastal Walk project at Point Lookout/Mulumba on North Stradbroke Island/Minjerribah is about to enter its final phase, paving the way for completion of the new walkway in mid-2023. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said works would recommence on 23 January with a focus on completing the replacement of Frenchman’s Stairs  Continue reading…

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Workshops help businesses prepare for disasters


Redland City Council is hosting two information sessions to help local businesses prepare for disasters. Mayor Karen Williams said the sessions, in partnership with AusIndustry, Redlands Coast Chamber of Commerce and Straddie Chamber of Commerce, would be held in Alexandra Hills on 23 January 2023 and Point Lookout on 6 February 2023. “Both information sessions  Continue reading…

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Community garden delivers Council-funded all-abilities project


All-abilities access at Oaklands Street Community Garden has become easier following the construction of 18 new garden beds delivered with funding received under Redland City Council’s community grants program. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the garden project was a great example of how Council’s grants program supports community initiatives across Redlands Coast. “Council’s community  Continue reading…

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Report of saltwater crocodile at Myora Springs


The Queensland Department of Environment and Science has advised that reports have been received of a saltwater crocodile sighted at Myora Springs, 3.8km north of Dunwich on Minjerribah/North Stradbroke Island. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is directing locals and visitors to stay out of the area while Rangers investigate the sighting. More information is available  Continue reading…

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Australia Day public holiday closures on 26 January 2023


Council Offices & Customer Service Centres Redland City Council offices and customer service centres will be closed on Thursday 26 January 2023, returning to regular operating hours on Friday 27 January. Bin Collections Normal bin services will occur on the public holiday. Remember to put your bin out the night before as trucks start collecting  Continue reading…

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Coochiemudlo Island beach reopened


Update: 11 January 2023 The area of beach that was closed on Coochiemudlo Island has been reopened. Council thanks the community for their understanding and patience. For information about adventuring to Coochie, head to the Visit Redlands Coast website Earlier: 9 January 2023 Council will tonight close the beach around the vehicular barge landing site  Continue reading…

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Celebrate Australia Day on Redlands Coast


Redland City Council has organised special Australia Day parking arrangements so everyone can enjoy a relaxing celebration on Redlands Coast. This includes a free shuttle bus to Wellington Point Recreation Reserve and additional parking at Toondah Harbour for those travelling to North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). Mayor Karen Williams said Council wanted to ensure everyone could  Continue reading…

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State Government $55 water discount for eligible Redlands Coast ratepayers


Redland City Council has applied the State Government’s $55 water discount to eligible customers in its January 2023 rate notice. The January 2023 rate notices, which include the State Government bulk water charges, will be issued on 11 January 2023 for payment by 13 February 2023. Redlands Coast households eligible for the $55 discount include  Continue reading…

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Exhibition celebrates Redland Art Gallery Collection


A diverse selection of works from the Redland Art Gallery (RAG) Collection will form the next exhibition at Redland Art Gallery, Capalaba from 14 January 2023. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said A Time and Place: Celebrating 20 years of the RAG Collection would feature artworks from the early twentieth century through to present day.  Continue reading…

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