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Publication - Analysis of Redcliffe De-Amalgamation
This analysis has been commissioned to independently assess the key revenue, cost and rating implications of de-amalgamating the former Redcliffe City Council (RCC) area from Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) to create a new Redcliffe City Council (NRCC). Also included in this report is information on previous de-amalgamation studies relevant to the creation of NRCC.
Superseded Redcliffe City Planning Scheme - Maps
The below maps include amendments to 31 January 2016.
Cultural Directory - Redcliffe City Art Gallery
Redcliffe City Art Gallery presents a dynamic program of exhibitions, which includes displays of visual art, craft, design and related areas of inter
Cultural Directory - Redcliffe Historical Society Inc
The Redcliffe Historical Society Inc was formed in 1967 to preserve and document the history of Redcliffe and the surrounding area.
Redcliffe Shoreline Erosion Management Plan Report
The Report details the outcomes of the Redcliffe Shoreline Erosion Management Plan (SEMP) undertaken under the Shoreline Erosion Management Planning Scheme and jointly funded by Council and the Department of Infrastructure and Planning.
Suttons Beach Park (including Youth Park) - Redcliffe
With great views overlooking Moreton Island this park is filled with large lawn areas and shady trees. With many picnic facilities, shelters, barbeques and playground equipment, it is a popular destination for families on weekends and in peak seasons.
Cultural Directory - Redcliffe Peninsula Lapidary Club Inc
Members range in age from 12 years and fabricate jewellery and artistic objects from silver, gold, gem stones and other suitable materials.
Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line Parking Trial - Visitor Parking Permit
Council has begun issuing two visitor parking permits for each property within the Moreton Bay Rail on-street parking management trail area.
Trichodesmium bloom in Redcliffe, Deception Bay and Beachmere
Trichodesmium blooms (also known as blue-green algae) have been detected along the Redcliffe Peninsula in the past two weeks, extending from Woody Point north along the peninsula to Deception Bay and Beachmere.
Superseded Redcliffe City Planning Scheme - Planning Scheme Policies
The below documents include policies and amendments to 31 January 2016.
Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line Parking Trial - Resident Parking Permit
Eligible residents are now able to apply for a resident parking permit as part of the Moreton Bay Rail on-street parking management trial.
Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line Parking Trial - Frequently asked questions
When will the Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line on-street parking management trial take effect?
The Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line on-street parking management trial will take effect from the commencement date of the new Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line.
What streets will be subject to the ch
Sale of land for overdue rates & charges
Each year Council considers properties that may be eligible for Sale of Land proceedings for Overdue Rates and Charges, pursuant to the Local Government Act 2009 and Local Government Regulation 2012. This process occurs between August and March the following year.
Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line Parking Trial - 'No Parking' management measure
Vehicles without a resident or visitor parking permit will not be allowed to park in the signed areas from Monday to Friday between 6.00am and 6.00pm.
Queens Beach North
Toilets, picnic area, fishing, swimming.
Toilets, picnic area, dogs allowed on beach.
Woody Point Beach
Toilets, picnic areas, BBQs, playgrounds, sailing club, boat ramp and jetty.
Settlement Cove Lagoon
A pool wheelchair is available for patrons with a disability. Children's playground area, wading pools and a swimming lagoon, BBQs, covered picnic tables, play equipment, bikeways, beach shower, toilets and disabled access.
Toilets, picnic area, BBQs, playground half-pipe skate ramp, half-court basketball court, wheelchair access, swimming.
Discover the Moreton Bay Region
The Moreton Bay region is one of South East Queensland’s most diverse areas, spanning more than 2037 square kilometres from Samford and Arana Hills to Redcliffe, Bribie Island, Caboolture, Dayboro, Woodford and Mt Mee.