Seniors Month will be celebrated state-wide in October 2021.
Council is proud to offer a new grants program to support community organisations in hosting Redlands Coast events and activities during Seniors Month. Applications for this program are currently closed.
Activities and Events
Each week there are many activities available for older adults on Redlands Coast.
- What's On Calendar
- Redland Performing Arts Centre
- Redland Art Gallery
- Redland City Council Libraries
- Walking and cycling routes
The following organisations specifically offer activities and educational opportunities for older people:
Council offers volunteering opportunities for older people. Please contact the following if you are interested in volunteering:
- Volunteer for Redland Animal Shelter
- Volunteer for Community Bushcare
- Volunteer for Wildlife Rescue
- Volunteer for Redland Art Gallery
- Volunteer for Citizen Science
Information and Education
Information for older adults, their families and carers can be accessed:
Assistance for Older Adults
Older adults may be eligible to access the following services:
- Home maintenance and modifications
- Rates concessions
- Pensioners concessions for rates
- Water services concessions
Redland City Council is committed to supporting our residents to age well. The Redlands Coast Age-friendly Action Plan 2021-2026 is a five-year action plan based on the World Health Organisation's Age-friendly cities model. This plan provides a way forward for Council, the community and the Government to work together to ensure that ageing on Redlands Coast is a positive experience, and people of all ages are valued and can live active fulfilling lives. For more information contact the Community Development team on (07) 3829 8999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.