Below is a list of organisations with whom Council has close relationships, enabling us to provide better outcomes for businesses and the community in Redlands.
Council of Mayors
The Council of Mayors is Australia’s largest regional local government advocacy organisation. Its membership comprises all 11 mayors in the region, including the current mayor of Redland City Council.
The organisation strives to deliver better regional funding, policy and collaborative outcomes for the mayors, councils and communities of South East Queensland.
Read more about the Council of Mayors.
Regional Development Australia
Regional Development Australia is an Australian Government initiative that brings together all levels of government to enhance the development of Australia's regions.
It is a national network of 55 committees comprising local leaders who work with all levels of government, business and community groups, including Redland City Council.
Read more about Regional Development Australia, Logon and Redlands
In 2009, Council entered into a Sister City Agreement with Qinhuangdao, China, following a five-year Friendship City arrangement.
Qinhuangdao is a port city on the coast of China located in north eastern Hebei province. It is administratively a prefecture-level city, located about 300km east of Beijing on the Bohai Sea, the innermost gulf of the Yellow Sea.
Yongin, South Korea
In 2008, Council entered into a Friendship City Agreement with Yongin, South Korea.
Yongin is the location of large-scale amusement parks and resorts (including Korea's largest, Everland), the Korean Folk Village and a ski resort. Although technically outside of the capital Seoul, it's often regarded as a suburb and is reachable on the Seoul metro network.
Trade and Investment Queensland is the state government’s global business agency, assisting exporters to break into emerging and established markets, and promoting Queensland as the perfect place for an AsiaPacific headquarters.