Toondah Harbour Priority Development Area
Toondah Harbour was declared a Priority Development Area (PDA) under the Economic Development Act 2012, on 21 June 2013. This was in response to a joint Queensland State Government and Redland City Council commitment to reinforce Toondah Harbour as the regional gateway to Moreton Bay and the islands.
In late 2014, following a rigorous expression of interest process Walker Group Holdings was selected by the Queensland State Government and Council as the preferred development partner for the PDA project.
The proposed master plan for the $1.4 billion redevelopment of Toondah Harbour was first released on 25 November 2015 by preferred Walker Group. A revised masterplan was later lodged on 11 May 2017.
Redevelopment of Toondah Harbour
The redevelopment of Toondah Harbour will provide:
- a new ferry precinct with barge and passenger ferry terminals, ticket and tourist office, bus interchange, ferry plaza and no net loss of public car parking spaces.
- housing diversity: approximately 3600 dwellings from detached houses to multi-unit apartments, with no buildings higher than 10 storeys.
- greater public open space and access to the waterfront, including a new public foreshore parkland and enhancement of GJ Walter Park.
- convenience and boutique retail.
- more than 1000 construction jobs per year and 500 jobs per year on completion of the project.
Development opportunities at Toondah Harbour would be complementary to the Cleveland CBD, and its revitalisation.
Register your interest
- Register to receive information on the progress of the project.
Opportunities to supply goods and services
If you're interested in supplying goods and services to the Toondah Harbour project, register for project updates at the Walker Group Holdings website.
They will work with the Industry Capability Network (ICN) to define work packages for goods and services, and update you when these are ready.