Our bay and creeks refers to all waters and waterways within the Redlands Coast incorporating; river, ocean, creeks, estuaries, wetlands, lakes, dams, artificial water bodies, foreshores, coasts and Moreton Bay. Stormwater infrastructure and drainage are also considered as this has a significant influence on or our bay and creeks.
The Redlands Coast bay and creeks have many values to our residents and visitors. Our freshwater creeks and estuaries flow across the landscape into Moreton Bay and attract millions of people each year for pleasure and recreation. Our waters, including those surrounding our islands hold significant economic, social, cultural and environmental values.
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Catchment areas of Redlands Coast
Learn about the catchments on Redlands Coast. Do you know which one you live in?
Experience and value our bay and creeks
Redlands Coast is known for its lifestyle, culture, climate and rich natural environment
Help protect our bay and creeks
Our bay and creeks are a special part of the Redland Coast and you can help to see the condition of these natural assets protected and enhanced. Find out how.
Bay and Creek initiatives and partnerships
We work with residents, community groups, local companies, industry bodies and other government agencies to protect and enhance our bay and creeks
Bay and creek management
We take a strategic approach to waterway management, implementing practical and effective solutions across the Redlands Coast
Ramsar wetlands are a matter of international, national and local environmental significance