Getting to and around the Redlands
Easy transport to the Redlands
On Monday 20 January 2014, an improved public transport network will be rolled out in the Redlands and surrounding regions with new timetables, better connections and more services where you need them most. Information on the new services and timetables can be found by visiting the Translink website
Revised Translink bus timetables for all services to and from the Redlands can also be obtained through Redland City Council’s Customer Service Centres in Cleveland and Capalaba and Council libraries.
Road, rail and water
Redland City has a vast network of road, rail and ferries as well as extensive cycling and walkways.
Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, is just 40 minutes drive away and Redlands is close to its port, to its international and domestic airports, as well as its major highways.
The Pacific and Gateway Motorway provide links to Old Cleveland Road, Ricketts Road, Mt Gravatt Capalaba Road, Beenleigh Redland Bay Road and Mt Cotton Road.
Besides the main arterial roads, there are also train and bus services linking Brisbane to the Redlands. The Cleveland line runs daily and Queensland Rail also offers freight services.
The Gold Coast (including Coolangatta airport) in the south is around 45 minutes in the other direction.
Please note that all motorists in Queensland must drive no faster than 50km/h, unless signs indicate otherwise.
Public transport can be easily accessed through TransLink's online journey planner.
Redlands Visitor Information Centre
Ph: 1300 667 386
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