With a pipeline of major projects, Redlands Coast is undergoing transformational change, accommodating a growing population and providing the facilities, infrastructure and services to meet future demand.
Toondah Harbour Priority Development Area
A world-class harbourside mixed use and marine transport precinct within a Priority Development Area. With a $1.39 billion private capital investment from Walker Group Holdings, Toondah Harbour is projected to provide $2.33 billion of indirect benefits to the local economy and deliver $34.8 million estimated annual contribution to gross regional product. The development will include a marina, residential and hotel development, conservation areas and a high-quality public realm.
Weinam Creek Priority Development Area
Capalaba Town Centre Revitalisation Project
Capalaba is a busy shopping and commercial precinct, featuring major business and retail centres, complemented by a host of recreational, cultural and community facilities. It is also home to a significant cluster of manufacturers. Looking ahead, the Capalaba Town Centre Revitalisation Project provides the opportunity to deliver a world-class, active urban heart for Capalaba. The 2.05-hectare site is located within the commercial hub of Capalaba and includes enhancing the entertainment and restaurant precinct, as well as the Capalaba Bus Interchange – a key transport node providing connectivity to the inner and eastern suburbs of Brisbane. Redland City Council and Redland Investment Corporation are working with Shayher Group as the preferred proponent for the revitalisation, which will also improve pedestrian movement and enhance transport interchange.
Birkdale Community Precinct
Redlands Coast Adventure Sports Precinct
Redlands Coast Regional Sport and Recreation Precinct
Green Hydrogen Research
Redlands Health and Wellness Precinct
A new master planned urban community, delivered by Lend lease, including town center, residential and open space precincts, which will accommodate approximately 10,000 people.