See & Do 

The naturally wonderful Redlands Coast offers a kaleidoscope of things to see and do.

Come for a day or a longer stay and discover what it means to move with the rhythm of the tides.

Explore the sparkling waters of Southern Moreton Bay and its island gems, wander through art galleries and along a heritage trail, enjoy local and international entertainment, and immerse in Quandamooka culture.

Visit nature-rich conservation areas, including national parks, bushlands and wetlands, and spot koalas, wallabies and other native wildlife.

Bird watchers will love the more than 350 species of birdlife, including pelicans, kookaburras and rainbow lorikeets as well as stunning azure kingfishers and many rare birds.  

Dolphins, dugongs, sea turtles and manta rays are just some of the marine animals that call these waters home – don’t miss the majestic Humpback whales that migrate along the east coast of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) from May to November each year.  

Enjoy the annual Quandamooka Festival, pause and take in the exquisite panorama while enjoying a drink at Queensland’s oldest licensed hotel, go boating, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, fishing, surfing, swimming, picnicking, bushwalking, trail riding, and so much more – on Redlands Coast there is always something extraordinary to see and do.