Monthly Archives: June 2022

Islands receive infrastructure boost with $20m budget investment


Redlands Coast islands will benefit from a $20 million investment which includes major transport and tourism infrastructure as part of the 2022-23 Redland City Council budget. Mayor Karen Williams said key projects would be undertaken on both the Southern Moreton Bay Islands (SMBI) and North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). “This includes a further significant investment in  Continue reading…

Council budget funds major long-term projects


Two exciting intergenerational projects are at the heart of Redland City Council’s $396 million 2022-23 Budget. In handing down the 2022-2023 Budget, Mayor Karen Williams said Councillors were committed to delivering the projects local families had been asking for. “This year’s Budget is all about delivering for today while also planning for tomorrow,” she said.  Continue reading…

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…

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…

Keep an eye out for koalas on the move


The annual movement of young koalas is underway around Redlands Coast with residents and motorists reminded to keep a close watch for them. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams urged locals to be on the lookout over the coming months for young marsupials and help keep them safe during their journeys. “We all have a part  Continue reading…

School holiday fun and entertainment on Redlands Coast


That common school holiday refrain by children “I’m bored, there’s nothing to do” doesn’t need to be heard by parents and carers on the Redlands Coast, with a host of winter school holiday activities, events and entertainment on offer from June 25. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council facilities and spaces were well organised  Continue reading…

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…

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…