Koala conservation plan on Council agenda

Progress made in implementing Redland City Council’s Koala Conservation Action Plan will be discussed by councillors at Wednesday’s general meeting. Decline in koala numbers An 80% decline in koala population densities between 1996 and 2014 for the Redlands and nearby areas (the “Koala Coast”) was identified in a report to the State Government in 2015. […]

Controversial creek crossing on council agenda

A controversial $1.6 million footpath, bridge and boardwalk across Eprapah Creek will be discussed at Redland City Council’s general meeting on Wednesday. The proposed pathway would link Villa World’s Affinity Estate residential development off Boundary Road in Thornlands to Fox and Bell’s Victoria Point Lakeside shopping centre. There is already an adequate pathway linking these […]

Tree vandalism warning issued by Council

Poisoning and hacking attacks on trees in Wellington Point have prompted an appeal by Redland City Council for residents to report any suspicious behaviour. Attempts have been made poison a large koala habitat tree in O’Connell Parade. In what appears to be an unrelated act of vandalism, one of Wellington Point’s avenue of colourful ponciana […]

Caring for our common Toondah home

On World Wetlands Day 2018 Redlands2030 is publishing the full version of a speech prepared by Reverend Douglas Jones for the Welcome Back Shorebirds event held recently. Rev. Jones says that we must all become questioning carers to protect our common home including our environment and its inhabitants such as the migratory shorebirds which spend […]