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Alexandra Hills (Nandeebie/Indillie)

An amazing network of family-friendly parks and naturally wonderful conservation areas.

While Alexandra Hills is predominantly residential, many of Redlands Coast’s natural wonders are here to be discovered and explored.

The Greater Glider Conservation Area, Hilliards Creek Platypus Corridor, Scribbly Gums Conservation Area and Squirrel Glider Conservation Area, rich with diverse wildlife, are all part of the greater conservation corridor that runs throughout Redlands Coast.

Families love picnicking in Valantine Park with children’s playground, tables, cricket nets, skating bowl and walking trails to keep everyone happy.

A popular fitness precinct is centrally located, and the extensive cycle and hiking trails of Redlands Track Park are accessible from Alexandra Hills.

This village, which neighbours the commercial and retail hubs of Capalaba and Cleveland, also has a great shopping centre with specialty stores, restaurants, supermarket, and medical services; and is home to the renowned Alexandra Hills Hotel with its nightclub, dining options, conference centre and accommodation suites.

Getting around
- Train: The closest railway stations are Wellington Point, Ormiston and Cleveland, all of which are located on the Cleveland line.
- Vehicle: 35 minute drive from the Brisbane CBD; 25 minute drive from Brisbane airport.
- Bike: On road commuter and recreational cycle ways run throughout.
- Bus: Transdev operates regular bus services.