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Environmental Rehabilitation - Securing the Future

Environment Impact Statement

A comprehensive Environment Impact Statement (EIS), which is currently being finalised, will ensure all potential social, economic and environmental impacts have been considered, including environmental, construction and traffic management plans.

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Conserving local flora and fauna

Key environmental benefits of Toondah Harbour include a connected conservation corridor with new koala food tree planting, living sea walls, protected rocky coves, oyster reefs and integral wetlands that play a stormwater management function.

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In harmony with natural surroundings

Protecting and enhancing GJ Walter Park, retaining the magnificent fig, Norfolk pine and tuckeroo trees, and enhancing the local environment is paramount for the revitalisation of Toondah Harbour as a place to thrive and grow.

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Explore, play and learn

A conservation park with wetland education and cultural centre will be complemented by low impact boardwalks, nature and heritage trails and a new visitor centre. The revitalisation will provide new exploration, play, and education areas for conservation and habitat protection programs.

A practical and environmentally responsive solution

The current environmental impact studies, research and analysis seeks to find balanced outcomes to protect and preserve the environmental qualities of the area, while delivering much needed infrastructure investment, local employment and foreshore amenities for the growing Redlands Coast community.

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News

Latest news from Toondah Harbour’s project team

Community asks Walker to fix rusty Redlands

The Redlands community is showing overwhelming support for the redevelopment of Toondah Harbour, telling Walker Corporation to fast track its rejuvenation.

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Creating a smarter more innovative city for generations to come

The Redlands Coast is at risk of losing its younger residents and its identity unless new life, energy and infrastructure is created over the next 10 years.

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A unique opportunity for the Redlands to compete on an international level

South East Queensland can compete at a new international level as a productive and globally in-demand region, though vital infrastructure and amenities are required to support a crucial post-COVID surge.

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Talk Toondah Sessions

In mid-2020, a series of ‘Talk Toondah’ sessions were held to provide an opportunity for community members to ask questions of the consultants undertaking the technical assessments for the environmental impact statement (EIS), which is currently being prepared for the Toondah Harbour project.

If you missed out on attending the Talk Toondah sessions, complete the form below to register your interest in any upcoming events, information sessions and more.

There are a number of videos that were recorded as part of the first series of Talk Toondah sessions, these are available to view on our Talk Toondah page.

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