The Redland Open Space Strategy, endorsed by Council on 19 December 2012, provides a framework for parks and open space management up to 2026.
The strategy recommends a wide range of activities in parks, and open spaces in Redlands Coast to provide a variety of enjoyable and healthy places to visit.
Download the full version of the Redland Open Space Strategy [PDF, 22.6MB], or download sections by clicking on the links below:
- Section 1: Executive Summary and City Wide Recommendations [PDF, 641KB]
- Section 2: Planning and Policy Framework and Redlands at a Glance [PDF, 1.2MB]
- Section 3: Planning areas and Levels of Service [PDF, 2.2MB]
- Section 4: Rural Redlands [PDF, 770KB]
- Section 5: Implementing the Strategy [PDF, 638KB]
- Section 6: Catchment areas
- Suburb Catchment Area 1 [PDF, 5.0MB] (Birkdale, Wellington Point, Thorneside)
- Suburb Catchment Area 2 [PDF, 3.8MB] (Capalaba and Alexandra Hills)
- Suburb Catchment Area 3 [PDF, 2.4MB] (Ormiston and Cleveland)
- Suburb Catchment Area 4 [PDF, 6.0MB] (Thornlands, Victoria Point, Redland Bay)
- Suburb Catchment Area 5 [PDF, 4.5MB] (Sheldon and Mount Cotton)
- Suburb Catchment Area 6 [PDF, 2.0MB] (NSI, Coochiemudlo and Southern Moreton Bay Islands)
- Section 7: Appendix [PDF, 2.6MB]