With much to offer lovers of the outdoors – especially those who relish being on the water – Redlands Coast’s southern villages have something to delight all who visit. The south coast is also the gateway to the bay islands. Pinklands Recreation Reserve is a colourful precinct with a multitude of sports options and a football club. Music lovers will find plenty to sing about at Redlands Modern Country Music Club while art enthusiasts can enjoy the local talent on offer at Yurara Art Gallery, both of which are located within the reserve. For a self-propelled adventure, try the network of walking and cycle trails that connect with the Eddie Santagiuliana Way.
Thornlands is a wonderful place to call your home, with ocean views over to North Stradbroke Island and nearby Mount Cotton providing greenery. Enjoy day trips to nearby islands including Coochiemudlo, Russell, MacLeay; or head inland to visit Sirromet Wines for a drop and some entertainment. You’re also just 40 minutes from the heart of Brisbane, meaning you’re close to all the major facilities you could need.
The crystal blue waters of southern Moreton Bay are just the beginning. Home to the world’s second largest sand island, the Coast also features internationally significant wetlands and conservation areas, native botanic gardens, national parks, vast tracts of unspoiled bushland filled with native wildlife, and a cluster of smaller islands to explore. Relax into all that is naturally wonderful about Redlands Coast.
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