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Bushwalking

Naturally wonderful Redlands Coast is, quite simply, a sanctuary for bush walking, trail running and bird watching enthusiasts. Take a leisurely stroll or a more challenging hike or run through pristine conservation areas and reserves like the Bayview Conservation Area in suburbs of Redland Bay Mount Cotton, the Don and Christine Burnett Conservation Area in Sheldon and Geoff Skinner Wetlands in Wellington Point. Take a short but heart-pumping early morning walk to the summit of Mount Cotton and enjoy the magnificent 360 degree views on offer. Then, reward yourself with a lazy brunch at the award-winning Sirromet Winery overlooking vineyards and bay with its rolling hills reminiscent of Tuscany. Explore stunning national parks like Venman Bushland National Park and Naree Budjong Djara (My Mother Earth) National Park to discover hidden treasures like the sacred Kaboora (Blue Lake), unique displays of island wildflowers, migrating humpback whales (Yalingbila) and ancient tree species. 

Discover the incredible diversity of wildlife, flora and fauna that calls Redlands Coast home as you wind your way along 100's of kilometres of bush walking trails on the mainland and across the bay islands, each one unique, memorable and naturally wonderful.

 

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