Economic Development Queensland has been working with Redland City Council to prepare an exciting plan which will transform Cleveland’s Toondah Harbour to a vibrant waterfront destination.
Uniquely located as the tourism gateway to South East Queensland’s Stradbroke Island and Moreton Bay, Toondah Harbour is set to become a dynamic seaside precinct featuring cafes, restaurants, tourism and retail opportunities, mixed-use residential, waterfront walkways and cycle paths.
The app has three key functions allowing you to:
1. See a virtual glimpse of what potential development could look like in 3D.
All you need to do hold your device over our postcard available online or at Council Service Centres and Libraries. The 3D image shows you an indication of what might be able to be built, including residential, commercial and retail development along a boardwalk connected to public spaces. This is an illustration only.
2. Take a mobile walking tour, where you can see what could be built at key points around the site.
3. Walk around and stand within the proposed map of future land uses to get a real-life feel of what the area could look like.
If you don't have access to the postcard, you may download and print your own from here:
- iPod Touch