Welcome (Yura) to the naturally wonderful Redlands Coast.
Home to the crystal blue waters of southern Moreton Bay, which teems with an abundance of marine life, approximately 335km of coastline, beautiful hinterland and coastal villages – each with its own personality – a strong heritage, the oldest living culture on Earth, island gems just a short hop from Brisbane and so much more, Redlands Coast is an enviable destination for business and tourism alike.
An exhaustive consultation process led to the delivery of the Redlands Coast brand – it was one of the largest in Australia run by a local government for a place brand, with about 5000 residents, business owners and visitors contributing to its development.
Redlands Coast is proudly stepping onto the world stage and speaking boldly of all the rhythm and opportunity that flows so easily here.
The new place brand is for marketing purposes and does not replace the Redland City Council logo and does not change the official name of the city.
Redlands Coast on Quandamooka Country Video
Build a deeper connection with the landscapes across Redlands Coast - together with Delvene Cockatoo-Collins, a Nunukul, Ngugi and Goenpul woman of Quandamooka Country, acknowledge one of the oldest living cultures on earth and discover Redlands Coast's unique coastline.
View Council's cultural tourism promotional video that in 2020/2021 took out the Best Cultural Tourism Award in the Japan World Tourism Film Festival 2021.
- Developed by Redland City Council
- Narrated by Delvene Cockatoo-Collins
- Director/producer: Matt Raimondo
- Minjerribah/North Stradbroke Island
- Teerk Roo Ra/Peel Island
- Cullen Cullen/Wellington Point
- Jencoomercha/Macleay Island
- Goochie Mudlo/Coochiemudlo Island