How Council manages conservation land | Redland City Council

How Council manages conservation land

Conservation land makes up 17.7% of the land in the Redlands Coast and includes: 

  • conservation areas
  • nature refuges
  • bushland refuges
  • nature belts
  • creek corridors
  • urban habitat
  • conservation coastal foreshores
  • wetlands
  • drainage reserves and/or road reserves. 

The Conservation Land Management Strategy provides strategic direction for managing conservation land in the Redlands Coast.

It provides a:

  • clear set of guidelines for identifying and categorising conservation land
  • coordinated approach to conservation land management
  • set of principles to help Council improve biodiversity services, environmental planning and operational management.

Download the Conservation Land Management Strategy 2010 [PDF 1MB]