Seqwater works - reduced water pressure in Mt Cotton

Mt Cotton residents (Sanctuary Drive, Hilicia Circuit and Mt Cotton Road South of Hillview Rd) may experience reduced water pressure from 4am Saturday 24 February until 6pm Sunday 25 February.

Redlands Healthy and Active Program (RHAP)

The Redlands Healthy and Active Program (RHAP) is a free community based physical activity program managed by Redland City Council. Through this program we encourage all Redlanders to move more, value your health, and be active for life.

RHAP starts Monday 22 January and runs until Thursday 29 March (school term 1). Activities are held at various parks throughout the Redlands, at the same time, in the same place each week. See our list below for details or download the RHAP program brochure [PDF, 2.4MB].


Women’s Zumba
This Latin-inspired cardio-dance workout uses music and choreographed steps to form a fitness party atmosphere.
Monday 5.15pm – 6.15pm
Raby Bay Harbour Park, Cleveland

Women’s Konga
KONGA® is an easy-to-follow, fusion of boxing, cardio, dance and sculpting set to the hottest beats from all decades.
Tuesday 9.30am – 10.30am
Capalaba Regional Park, Capalaba

Women’s Core Strength
A workout combining elements of pilates, stretching and exercises specially designed to improve posture, reduce stress and tone your body.
Monday 9.30am - 10.30am
Mt Cotton Community Park, Mt Cotton

Women's Workout
This women’s group fitness session teaches you how to workout with just your body and minimal equipment.
Tuesday 8am – 9am
WH Yeo Park, Victoria Point

Women’s Boxing Circuit
Boxing is a great stress relief. This circuit class includes body weight exercises in an inclusive and supportive environment.
Thursday 8am – 9am
WH Yeo Park, Victoria Point

Mum & Kids Soccer
Using balls, goals and cones everyone will have fun learning the fundamental skills behind the game of soccer.
Wednesday 9.30am – 10.30am
Bailey Road Park, Birkdale

Women’s Yoga
Reap the benefits of calming the mind by performing yoga outdoors. This gentle class will still the mind and increase your flexibility.
Wednesday 5.15pm – 6.15pm
Raby Bay Harbour Park, Cleveland
Thursday 10am – 11am
Wellington Point Reserve, Wellington Point

Women’s Zuu Fitness
Check out these animal inspired moves that are designed to liberate human movement through low impact exercises.
Friday 9.15am – 10.15am
William Stewart Park, Thornlands

Kids Mountain Bike Skills
During this shorter course kids will progress from learning bike skills in an open park to then hitting the dirt trails in Scribbly Gum.
Monday 3.30pm – 5pm (runs 5 February to 12 March only)
O’Gorman Street Park/ Scribbly Gum, Alexandra Hills

Kids Multisport
Increase co-ordination, skill and confidence by exposing kids to a range of different sports.
Friday 3.30pm – 4.30pm
Windermere Road Park, Alexandra Hills

Kids Mini Games
Fun active games and exercises to challenge the mind and body. Every week will be something different, but it is guaranteed to be fun.
Friday 4pm – 4.45pm
Russell Island Sport and Recreation Park, Russell Island

Seniors Circuit
Meet new people as you go through this circuit class that is designed to build strength, co-ordination and balance.
Monday 10am – 11am
GJ Walter Park, Cleveland

Over 50s Walk & Talk
Take in the fresh air and beautiful scenery during this session that includes a guided walk and stretching.
Thursday 9.30am – 10.30am
Sel Outridge Park, Redland Bay

Boxing Circuit
Start the day on a high as you get your heart pumping with this bootcamp style class that includes boxing and body weight exercises.
Monday 6.30am – 7.30am
Les Moore Park, Victoria Point

Strength Circuit
This class is designed to cater for different fitness levels as you use minimal equipment to increase your strength and stamina.
Tuesday 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Judy Holt Recreation Reserve, Birkdale

Fitness Made Fun
A combination of basic strength, fitness and team games to make getting fit more fun.
Thursday 7am – 8am
Cleveland Point Reserve, Cleveland

Beginner’s Yoga
Unwind from the day with this yoga class designed to create flexibility in both mind and body.
Wednesday 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Russell Island Hall, Russell Island

Yoga 40+ Years
Feel energised with an early morning yoga session in the park. Enjoy the many physical benefits and cultivate a peaceful mind.
Thursday 6.30am – 7.30am
Beth Boyd Park, Thorneside

Hatha Yoga
Join this yoga session to unwind, destress and re-energise your body.
Saturday 7.30am – 8.30am
John Frederick Sportsfields (close to Capalaba Tavern), Capalaba

Register now to get active

We now have our own smartphone app on Team App for the RHAP. The app shows you activities near you, allows you to join groups or waiting lists and RSVP for each of the activities. It also sends you a reminder before the activity commences. There are class limits for many activities so put your name down for any of your favourite activities.

To get the full features, if you don't have an account with Team App you can sign up on the Team App website or go to your App store, download Team App onto your smartphone and go through the sign-up process. It's 100% free!

Find us on Team App

After you sign-up and login to Team App, search for 'RHAP' or 'Redlands Healthy and Active' and join up to the activities groups that interest you.

If you don't have a smartphone, you can sign up to Team App and access all of the activities online. Or you can turn up to your activity and fill out a manual registration form on the day.


Are you passionate about working with the community to increase their health and wellbeing, quality of life, level of physical activity and to bring real change? Then we want you!

Applications are now open and close on Friday 2 March 2018. Email your completed RHAP Expression of Interest application form [PDF, 0.1MB] to For further information, read our RHAP frequently asked questions [PDF, 0.1MB].


The Australian and Queensland Governments, through the Embracing 2018 Legacy Program for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, provided $38,800 to Redland City Council to deliver the Redlands Healthy & Active Program.

The Queensland Government provided $30,284 to Redland City Council to deliver the Redlands Healthy & Active Program to get women and girls active for life.

Redlands Healthy and Active Program sponsors