Planned burn: Redland Bay – Friday 17 June


Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation Crews will undertake a hazard reduction burn in a section of bushland within Moogurrapum Creek Corridor Conservation Area on Friday 17 June 2022, weather permitting. The burn location is 43-55 School Of Arts Road, Redland Bay. It is appreciated that this burn may cause some inconvenience, however all attempts  Continue reading…

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Council seeks clarity on extent of native title on public lots


Redland City Council is seeking clarity from the Federal Court regarding whether native title has been extinguished on Council-owned or managed land that is related to the current Quandamooka Coast Native Title Claim. The claim, registered in 2017 and not yet determined, covers around 530 square kilometres including the bulk of the Redland City mainland  Continue reading…

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Planned burn: Alexandra Hills – Thursday 16 June


Redland City Council Parks and Conservation Crews will be undertaking a planned burn within the Scribbly Gums Conservation Area on Thursday 16 June 2022, weather permitting. The burn location is 57A Winchester Road, Alexandra Hills. All attempts will be made to limit any smoke hazards. Traffic management (advisory signs and smoke hazard signs) will be  Continue reading…

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Council recognises outstanding Birkdale resident


Birkdale resident Beryl Sutcliffe, who received a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022 for service to community and to education, was recognised during today’s General Meeting. Mayor Karen Williams said this was the second major award Beryl had received this year, having also been named the Redlands Coast  Continue reading…

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Scribbly Gums Reserve Bridge Closure Update


Council and contractors are working to repair damage to roads, bridges and parks caused by a series of severe weather events in the first half of 2022. Council is in discussions with the Queensland Reconstruction Authority around damage to the Coburg Street West footbridge in Scribbly Gums Reserve, confirming that it meets their criteria for  Continue reading…

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Technology key to Redland Coast’s rural industry future


High-tech innovation is key to the future of Redlands Coast’s $146 million a year rural sector.   Launching the Redlands Coast AgTech Field Day at the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Redlands Research Centre, Deputy Mayor Cr Julie Talty said agricultural technology – or agtech – was just one sector that would contribute to the  Continue reading…

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Redland Art Gallery showcases local artists with unique journeys


The upcoming exhibitions at Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland feature two local artists with unique creative journeys including one who last year had her work exhibited in Ukraine. Rachael Wellisch – Polymorphic Magic: Textiles Transformed and Fiona West – The Marvellous and Magical: Collage and the Moving image open on Sunday 26 June and run until  Continue reading…

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Planned burn scheduled – Monday 13 June 2022


Redland City Council Parks and Conservation Crews will be undertaking a planned burn in Redland Bay on Monday 13 June 2022, weather permitting. The burn is located in the Bayview Conservation Area, at 273-305 Days Road, Redland Bay. All attempts will be made to limit any smoke hazards. Traffic management (advisory signs and smoke hazard  Continue reading…

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Get the Facts – Redlands Coast dwelling targets  


Following recent media (Quest online) claims about Council not updating its housing strategy and not achieving its dwelling targets, Council would like to clarify: The State Government’s own Land Supply Development Monitoring report has confirmed that Redland City has sufficient residential land supply to meet the dwelling benchmarks set out in ShapingSEQ (the Regional Plan),  Continue reading…

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