Embracing approximately 387km2 of southern Moreton Bay, Redlands Coast is a boatie paradise – and an abundance of boat ramps and great anchorages makes this beautiful marine park accessible to all. Head out into the bay and explore the Coast’s magnificent islands. A favourite among boaties is the crystal clear water, corals and great swimming and fishing of Peel Island. The southern islands offer fabulous anchorages and a multitude of places to discover and have fun. Regular passenger ferries to these islands means non-boatie friends can meet you there for some fishing or a beach picnic. Boaties also love North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) for its safe anchorages, history, culture and natural beauty, while the public jetty at Raby Bay Harbour in the central coast mainland village of Cleveland (Nandeebie/Indillie) provides access to a delightful array of boutique stores, cafés and a popular dining hub. If you are a non boat owner,  a bay tour with a local operator will have you immersed in the tranquil flow in no time.