Monthly Archives: November 2021

Sandbagging stations open to community


Redland City Council has opened sandbagging stations for the community following Bureau of Meteorology forecasts for heavy rain this week. The sandbagging stations will be open at the following times and locations: Council Depot Cleveland – 199-205 South St, Cleveland – Click here for directions Council staff and SES will be onsite to assist. Sand, bags  Continue reading…

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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Point Lookout Gorge Walk reopens after restoration


The popular Point Lookout Gorge Walk on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) has fully reopened to visitors ahead of the busy Christmas holiday period. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said restoration work was now complete on a 25 metre section of the boardwalk which was damaged earlier this year following heavy rain. “Minjerribah is one of  Continue reading…

Redlands Coast holding steady on environmental health


The water quality in Moreton Bay is excellent and an expansion of seagrass meadows in the bay signifies a healthier ecosystem, according to the 2021 Healthy Land and Water Report Card. The annual report into the environmental condition of South East Queensland waterways showed that the catchment waterways of Redlands Coast have remained in “fair  Continue reading…

Council urges residents to shop local this Christmas


Redland City Council is encouraging residents to buy local this Christmas through a festive ‘Making Business Bright’ campaign. Mayor Karen Williams said buying local would provide a much-needed boost for businesses who had experienced another challenging year due to COVID-19. “With so many fabulous businesses on Redlands Coast it is very easy to support our  Continue reading…

IndigiScapes Centre maintenance closure extended


Redlands IndigiScapes Centre is currently closed for scheduled maintenance. Due to rain, the planned closure has extended to Friday 26 November. IndigiScapes is now expected to reopen on Saturday 27 November.  The following facilities are currently closed: the Discovery Centre, café, native botanic garden, playground and walking tracks. The native nursery will remain open.

Redland City Council opens sandbagging stations.


Redland City Council has opened sandbagging stations for the community in anticipation of further rain this week. When visiting sandbagging stations please wear enclosed shoes, bring a buddy to help carry heavy loads and remember to bend your knees when lifting. Cleveland – Open until 6pm tonight; then 7am – 6pm daily Redland City Council  Continue reading…

Redlands Coast businesses connect with New Zealand


Stronger trade connections and new opportunities between Redlands Coast businesses and the New Zealand market were explored at a recent Redland City Council-organised business event. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the Business Breakfast: Redlands Coast & New Zealand event held in partnership with Trade & Investment Queensland (TIQ) on 18 November, presented the opportunities  Continue reading…

Council requests funding deal to secure delivery of State’s North Stradbroke Island public transport strategy


Redland City Council will soon submit its feedback on the Queensland Government Draft Minjerribah Public Transport Strategy (Draft Strategy) after endorsing the submission at the General Meeting on Wednesday 17 November 2021. The State’s Draft Strategy recommends a suite of priorities and actions to improve the public transport system on and to North Stradbroke Island  Continue reading…

Information sessions offer cyber security advice


Information sessions on how to protect yourself or your business from online security threats will be held in Redlands Coast this month(November). Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the cyber security information sessions at the Redland Performing Arts Centre on 29 November would be tailored to suit two areas of the community. “The morning session  Continue reading…