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Breathe in sea breezes that calm as well as invigorate, take in a landscape that stimulates as well as excites, and develop a taste for life in the Redlands. From the bustling coastal village of Wellington Point – known for its great fishing, boating and water sports – to Victoria Point, where seaside parks and esplanades draw family and friends to picnic, cycle and swim, the Redlands offers a charming and revitalising experience. In the hinterland, at Mount Cotton, you’ll find the award-winning Sirromet Winery, and visitors can experience natural bushland and spot koalas at the IndigiScapes Centre at Capalaba. Cleveland has many preserved links to its colonial past, and history buffs will be keen to visit sites along its heritage trail.
Redlands is a region steeped in history and culture. The site of some of the earliest European settlements in Australia, it is also home to a vibrant indigenous culture stretching back more than 20,000 years.
With spectacular locations and an emphasis on fresh local produce and fine wines, the Redlands is building a strong reputation with foodies.
Any place where the land meets the sea is a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers, and the Redlands is no exception!
Australian music theatre star John Bowles along with his long-time friend and award-winning singer/actress Michelle Fitzmaurice, perform their new production, My Life in the Musicals.
Eat Bake Grow are food markets with a focus on fresh, local, organic and free range food and produce.
There's something for everyone to enjoy at this fantastic local twilight market.
Stroll along the picturesque Raby Bay Harbour and check out a fantastic selection of local art for sale.
The ideal destination for any occasion offering luxury treatments just 30 acres of natural bushland away from all the hustle and bustle of every day life.
Cornubia Forest Park is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and get back to nature. Explore the lush 196 hectare forest or just breathe in deeply and relax. Keep an eye out in this pristine bushland for koalas, bandicoots, water dragons, wallabies, greater gliders and around 50 species of native birds.
Redland's charming island and coastal features, thriving urban centres and vast tracts of regionally significant bushland provide a great range of places for you to enjoy, including Point Halloran Conservation Reserve.
When was the last time you enjoyed an all-natural outdoors experience with your family/ friends/ workmates? At Redlands Kayak Tours they offer guided kayak tours exploring the beautiful Moreton Bay.
Toscani's creates delicious Italian and other Mediterranean fare from the best ingredients.
Adventurous water pursuits such as jetskiing, windsurfing and, more recently, the spectacular sport of kitesurfing, have become common sights at Wellington Point.