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Wetlands or Development

  • 28 Jun 2022
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Gregory Place, 1/28 Fortescue St, Spring Hill Qld 4000
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  • This registration covers lectures, organisers, bus drivers and similar who are providing a service for this event.


Geography in Conversation

RGSQ recommends that all attendees at this event be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or exempt.

Chris Walker, Secretary for Redlands 2030 and Joshua Wilson, PhD student, UQ researching ‘What role drones could play in shorebird conservation’, will be panelists moderated by Dr Keith Treschman.

Eastern Curlew – photo credit Wild Redlands

The Toondah Harbour development, costing $1.3 billion, at Redland Bay in Brisbane’s Moreton Bay – a Ramsar-protected wetland – will have significant impacts on many vulnerable species, including the harbour’s migratory birds, the endangered Eastern Curlew and its turtles, dugongs and koalas.

It promises, to be an exciting new, modern coastal village, incorporating a vibrant harbourside precinct, foreshore parklands, and waterfront homes. Wetlands or development set to transform Redlands.

90 minutes for you to ask questions on the proposal, plans, environmental impact, sea level rise issues, and community engagement on Redlands shoreline. It will be a Q&A style forum with you posting questions on notice and asking them from the floor. 

Members please post your questions on notice to the GIC forum

OR non-members


Time: 5:30 light refreshments – doors open at 5:15

Q&A Forum 6:00 – 7:30

Location: Gregory Place, Level 2, 28 Fortescue St, Spring Hill

Cost: $5.00 for refreshments

The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland Ltd
Gregory Place, Level 1/28 Fortescue St, Spring Hill Qld 4000
Tel 07 3368 2066
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