Places to Discover 

Spanning the sparkling waters of Southern Moreton Bay to the borders of Brisbane and Logan, Redlands Coast is South-East Queensland’s gateway to a whole new world of coastal discovery.

With swathes of unspoiled bushland and rainforest, expansive shopping, business, and industrial precincts, and thriving residential areas, Redlands Coast is a city of diverse, naturally wonderful villages and islands, each with its own personality, adventures and treasures.

At every turn, there is something naturally wonderful awaiting your discovery and delight.

In the north, try fishing or stand up paddle boarding, enjoy lazy days of picnics and barbecues, or explore the history and birthplace of the Australian sugar industry.

On the central coast, browse in boutique stores, drift along with the relaxed café culture, and take in the stunning water views at Queensland’s oldest licensed hotel.

Wander through the south and visit working slipways, see where Qantas once had an airport, then hike the hinterland and discover an acclaimed five-star winery with a wealth of international awards.

For unique art pieces and some of South-East Queensland’s most unspoiled bushland, take a boat ride across Moreton Bay, delighting at dolphins, dugong, and turtles at play, to the Southern Moreton Bay Islands.

There, immerse yourself in the quietness of natural worlds away from the everyday hustle and bustle.

Go surfing, fishing, sailing, or see some unique artistry at one of the many island artisan studios; and see the island where a portrait of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – a portrait that now hangs in Kensington Palace, London – was painted.

This and far more is Redlands Coast – where staying, playing, exploring and discovering are naturally wonderful experiences.

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