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Waterway management

Redlands waterway management

In June 2021, Redland City Council adopted the Redlands Coast Bay and Creeks Plan 2021-2031 and the associated Redlands Coast Bay and Creeks Action Plan 2021-2026.

Working together to protect and enhance the resilience of the creeks and Moreton Bay for a sustainable future

The Redlands Coast Bay and Creeks Plan provides strategic intent for protecting, maintaining and enhancing the health of our waterways and the bay. It guides and prioritises management actions and Council operational activities to ensure ongoing resilience of our waterways and the bay over the next ten years.

The Redlands Coast Bay and Creeks Action Plan outlines specific operational management actions that are practical, realistic, targeted and achievable within the next five years.

Together, the Plan and associated Action Plan are based on four key goals:

  • Decisions Based on Science
  • Protect Creek and Bay Assets
  • Restore Degraded Systems
  • Community Making a Difference

The development and implementation of Redlands Coast Bay and Creeks Plan reflects an ongoing commitment to sustainable stewardship of our waterways and the bay.