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The Toondah Harbour Opportunity

Toondah Harbour presents a rare opportunity to create a world class integrated mixed use community at the gateway to Moreton Bay.


Gateway to the bay


A New Redlands Destination


Respecting and conserving


Waterfront lifestyle and community


Investment and economy


Project Details

Toondah Harbour was declared a Priority Development Area (PDA) under the Economic Development Act 2012 on the 21 June 2013. 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 Redland City Council as the preferred development partner for Toondah Harbour.

Project Update

Toondah Harbour Project Update November 2015 View Update

Proposed Master Plan

Toondah Harbour Proposed Master Plan View Proposed Master Plan

Project Timeline

June 2014 – June 2015

State Government and Redland City Council tender the development rights to their landholdings at Toondah Harbour, with Walker formally endorsed as the preferred development proponent.

Walker to refer project to the Commonwealth Environment Minister under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act). There will be a 10 business day public comment period on the EPBC referral.

Walker to apply to the Queensland Coordinator-General for a coordinated project declaration.

What's next during 2016

If the project is declared a coordinated project, Coordinator-General to invite public comment on the draft Terms of Reference (TOR) for an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).

Walker to produce an EIS report that will address the potential environmental, social and economic impacts of the project.

Coordinator-General to invite public comment on the draft EIS.

Coordinator-General to produce the EIS evaluation report.

Commonwealth Minister for the Environment to decide on the controlled action under the EPBC Act.

Walker to submit relevant development applications and application for environmental authorities.

Next Steps

Ongoing community engagement and feedback
  • Start technical investigations and detailed design

  • Seek relevant Federal and State environmental approvals

  • Obtain land use and development approvals

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