Redlands Coast Regional Sport and Recreation Precinct

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The Precinct site is located at 277-293 Heinemann Road, Mount Cotton and is approximately 101ha in size. The partially cleared area located at the northern side of the site is planned to be utilised for sport and recreation purposes with the remainder set aside primarily for conservation values (approx. 57ha). It is envisaged however, that trails would offer recreational activity and connections as well as help with land management.

Council is building the Redlands Coast Regional Sport and Recreation Precinct at 277-293 Heinemann Road at Mount Cotton.

Development of the Precinct is a strong step towards Council meeting the current and future sport and recreation needs of Redlands Coast while also protecting a significant area of natural habitat.

The Precinct will provide formal sporting facilities for touch football, rugby league, BMX and cycling and will further support the wider community with an all abilities playground, kickabout space, pump track, rehabilitated wetlands, boardwalks, picnic areas, trails through conservation areas and more than 800 carparks. Other sports across the city may also benefit, with room to grow made possible by primary tenants moving to the Precinct.

Council is building the Redlands Coast Regional Sport and Recreation Precinct at 277-293 Heinemann Road at Mount Cotton.

Development of the Precinct is a strong step towards Council meeting the current and future sport and recreation needs of Redlands Coast while also protecting a significant area of natural habitat.

The Precinct will provide formal sporting facilities for touch football, rugby league, BMX and cycling and will further support the wider community with an all abilities playground, kickabout space, pump track, rehabilitated wetlands, boardwalks, picnic areas, trails through conservation areas and more than 800 carparks. Other sports across the city may also benefit, with room to grow made possible by primary tenants moving to the Precinct.

  • June update

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    Where are we now?

    Precinct master planning activities have started and are scheduled for completion by the end of 2019. These activities include:

    • understanding trends and emerging issues
    • supply and demand investigations
    • detailed site planning studies
    • the development of precinct concepts and a master plan
    • targeted stakeholder engagement, including consultation with neighbours

    Implementation of the master plan will require ongoing collaboration between the Queensland Government and Redland City Council, and will involve community engagement. Timeframes for implementation will depend on prioritisation of budgets.

    What is next?

    Council will conduct a number of technical studies, including cultural heritage, ecological, geotechnical and services capacity, and residents may see contractors on site.


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