Category Archives: Planned Burns

Planned burn: Mount Cotton – Thursday 23 June & Friday 24 June


UPDATE: Friday 24 June Council’s Parks and Conservation crews, along with Brisbane Region Rural Fire Brigade, will continue the hazard reduction burn in the Eastern Escarpment Conservation Area, Mount Cotton from approximately 9.30am on Friday 24 June, weather permitting. EARLIER: Thursday 23 June Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation Crews along with Brisbane Region Rural  Continue reading…

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Planned burn: Mount Cotton – Wednesday 22 June


Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation Crews along with Brisbane Region Rural Fire Brigade will undertake a hazard reduction burn in the Heinemann Road Conservation Area, Mount Cotton from approximately 9.30am on Wednesday 22 June, weather permitting. The burn location is 277-293 Heinemann Road, Mount Cotton. All attempts will be made to limit any smoke  Continue reading…

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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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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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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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Planned burns scheduled – Russell Island


Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation crews, along with Russell Island Rural Fire Service, will undertake hazard reduction burns on Russell Island between Wednesday 8 September and Saturday 11 September, weather conditions permitting. The locations of the planned burns are: Melomys Wetland at 4-10 Susan Street, 83-87 Glendale Road and 66-84 Glendale Road Water Mouse  Continue reading…

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Planned burn in Mt Cotton – Wednesday 1 September 2021


Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation crews will undertake a hazard reduction burn within Heinemann Road Conservation Area, Mt Cotton on Wednesday 1 September 2021, weather permitting. The burn area is located in a section of bushland off 277-293 Heinemann Road (highlighted in yellow on the map below). The burn is expected to occur between  Continue reading…

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Planned burn scheduled – Wednesday 28 July 2021


Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation crews along with Brisbane Region Rural Fire Service will undertake a planned burn in a section of bushland within the Bayview Conservation Area, Redland Bay on Wednesday 28 July 2021, weather permitting. The location of the burn area is 273-305 Days Road (highlighted in yellow on the map below).  Continue reading…

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Planned burns scheduled in Alexandra Hills – Friday 23 July 2021


UPDATE: Thursday 22 June 2021 The hazard reduction burns within the Scribbly Gums Conservation Area at Alexandra Hills will continue on Friday 23 July 2021, weather permitting. Wednesday 21 June 2021 Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation Crews and Brisbane Region Rural Fire Service will undertake a hazard reduction burn in two areas within the  Continue reading…

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