Welcome to Redlands

There’s More 2 Redlands

Located right on Brisbane’s doorstep, the Redlands is one of Australia’s most diverse holiday destinations. Fringed by Moreton Bay, the Redlands extends from Brisbane’s outer suburbs to the white sandy beaches of North Stradbroke Island, where it meets the majestic South Pacific Ocean.

The region includes the sub-tropical Coochiemudlo Island and the tranquil, secluded Bay Islands of Russell, Lamb, Macleay and Karragarra. Situated within an hour of Brisbane and the Gold Coast, the Redlands is easily accessible for day trips and longer stays.

All roads lead to the Bay in the Redlands, passing through a diverse landscape that ranges from glistening beaches to mountain tops. It is a region steeped in history which offers plenty to see and do.

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North Stradbroke Island

North Stradbroke Island is one of Australia’s premier natural treasures and a perfect escape destination, conveniently located on Brisbane’s doorstep, in the Redlands Shire. North Stradbroke Island, colloquially referred to as ‘Stradbroke’ or ‘Straddie’, is one of the largest sand islands in the world, with kilometres of white sandy beaches fringing the island’s eastern side.…

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Visit Coochiemudlo Island

For an island experience just a few minutes by ferry from Victoria Point, why not visit Coochiemudlo Island?  Coochiemudlo Island is a beautiful sub-tropical island boasting golden beaches, calm waters and a laidback atmosphere. The quiet lifestyle, secluded beaches and magnificent views of sparkling Moreton Bay make Coochie a very special destination with a fascinating…

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Moreton Bay Birds

Bird watching is one of the most popular things to do in Redlands of a weekend. Almost all visitors to North Stradbroke Island arrive by ferry and a good variety of birds can be seen on Moreton Bay during the crossing. These include the pied cormorant (Phalacrocorax varius) and the smaller little pied cormorant (P.…

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How to Get to Redlands

From Brisbane or the Sunshine Coast When travelling from Brisbane, most areas in the Redlands can be accessed from Old Cleveland Road/Finucane Road. To get there: Travel south along the South East Freeway, take the Vulture Street exit, and follow Vulture Street for approximately 3km until you come to Cavendish Road, turn right, follow for approximately…

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