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Things To Do
How to get to Redlands
25km, 30-minute drive from Brisbane CBD
From the 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 experience. In the hinterland find the award-winning Sirromet Winery and experience natural bushland at IndigiScapes. Over on North Stradbroke Island try four-wheel driving, snorkelling and diving, or kick back and watch marine life float by.
The Redlands is a region defined as much by the water as it is by the mainland. Here's 31 things to do when you visit the region.
With a lifestyle influenced by the rich history of the region, there is so much to do in the Redlands and your two-day itinerary is packed full of things to do.
Dining in the Redlands is shaped by its bayside location. Fresh and homegrown are the flavours of the day here.
Sirromet is a first-class winery facility located at Mount Cotton, just 35 minutes drive from Brisbane city and 40 minutes drive from the Gold Coast.
This lush 196-hectare forest is the perfect place to breathe in, unwind and reconnect with nature. The pristine bushland is home to koalas, bandicoots, water dragons, wallabies, greater gliders and around 50 species of native birds. Get back to nature with the whole family in this easily accessible playground. It's also where you'll find some great Mountain Bike Trails if you prefer two wheels.
North Stradbroke Island's impressive headland walk North Gorge Walk is an absolute must do! The 1.2 kilometre boardwalk follows the headland of Point Lookout offering views which are simply breathtaking.
Redland Art Gallery was officially opened in 2003 and is dedicated to the memory of Eddie Santaguiliana, a former Mayor of the Shire. The gallery is located in Redland City, east of Brisbane, an area that covers 537 square kilometres consisting of mainland and islands. Redland Art Gallery serves a population of 131,000 in a region of bayside suburbs, hinterland areas and islands scattered throughout Moreton Bay.
Historic Ormiston House was built in the 1860s by Captain Louis Hope, who was to become known as the Father of the Australian Sugar Industry. The house is surrounded by 14 acres of equally historic grounds and gardens overlooking Moreton Bay, a beautiful setting for one of the finest examples of colonial architecture in Queensland. Ormiston House is listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.
Adventurous water pursuits such as jetskiing, windsurfing and, more recently, the spectacular sport of kitesurfing, have become common sights at Wellington Point.
The Whitehouse Markets are a boutique market selling arts and crafts, handmade items, vintage and pre-loved clothes, toys, household items
If you are looking for a beautiful Landscape Art work for your Office or Home then come along to this exhibition. All the artwork in
Looking for a Mother's Day present? or a gift for yourself? Then come along to this market.
Seagulls will once again be proudly taking it’s Indigenous Recognition game to North Stradbroke Island in 2019!
Join Ormiston House Historian Jessica Stroja as she shares the memories and history of our area and its wider connections with Australian history. Enjoy a
The Trio of Talks is being presented as part of the National Trust of Australia Heritage Festival.
May 2: History Behind The Horseshoe.
Come along and enjoy a sensational day out, filled with everything cool from the stylish rockabilly and hot rod eras.
Bring mum along to enjoy a selection of gourmet sandwiches, petit fours and freshly baked scones with jam and cream. Also enjoy bottomless tea and