Welcome to the Redlands Coast! Our Fox Superflow® will take you to the Eastern Escarpment mountain bike trails and there is plenty to do off the ‘rocky trails’ too! Come early, stay longer, we say – and for a weekend, race one day and explore the region the next!
It’s an easy drive from Brisbane City and the Brisbane and Gold Coast airports. Stay, play, explore, and discover!
Prepare for a whole new world of coastal and hinterland discovery.
Spanning the sparkling waters of southern Moreton Bay to the borders of Brisbane and Logan, Redlands Coast is south-east Queensland’s gateway to a whole new world of coastal discovery.
Redlands Coast is fast gaining a reputation as a prime mountain biking destination with 100’s of kilometres of dedicated mountain bike tracks in inspiring surrounds like Redlands Track Park and Bayview Conservation Area and Eastern Escarpement Conservation Area. Test your skills and get the adrenaline pumping on our challenging MTB trails or, for little bikers and those just starting out in the sport, stick to our easy or moderate trails for a fun and safe day on wheels. Click here to find out more – “Come early, stay longer!”, we say!
Location & how to get there
The borders of Redlands Coast are a 30-minute drive from the Brisbane CBD and a 50-minute drive from the Gold Coast.
Train – Redlands Coast is located on the Cleveland line, trains run frequently from Brisbane to Cleveland with stations along the way. The journey to Cleveland takes about an hour, and a TransLink go card is required.
Bus – TransLink operates regular bus services between Brisbane Transit Centre and Redlands Coast, and also between local villages. Buses also run daily from the Gold Coast to Brisbane Transit Centre.
Short-term and long-term parking is available. Taxis or shuttle services are available and a number of rental car companies operate from the airport terminal.
Transfers – Luxury Transfers provide airport transfers, hotel transfers, transport to special events, or operate as a directed service.
Getting to the islands – The beautiful islands of Redlands Coast are accessible only by watercraft, making them true island getaways. Passenger ferries and vehicle barges run regularly between the mainland and these sub-tropical gems, while some islands have bus and taxi services. Find out everything you’ll need to know about getting to (and around) the islands HERE.
As always, please make sure to stay up to date with travel requirements and restrictions. At the time of writing, there are no restrictions in place for anyone travelling to or from Queensland. Check up on all the latest information on the website:
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There are some amazing and unique glamping experiences, as well as resorts, B&Bs, and an abundance of holiday homes.