Meg Forbes is a mum, freelance writer, and photographer living in the Redlands, South of Brisbane.
Published March 17th 2020
Explore beautiful Redlands Coast during any tide
Redlands Coast has many beautiful access points to Moreton Bay. However, some of these are frequented by motorised watercraft or even ferries and barges. Others are only suitable to launch a kayak or canoe from at high tide due to the mangroves and mudflats.
Moreton Bay offers the perfect environment for kayaking
This pontoon is compliant with the Federal Disability Discrimination Act and is designed with a long ramp leading down towards the launching point. Running along the pontoon itself there is a step-down with tie-down points for kayaks and canoes to assist with launching or returning to land.
Easy launch points are installed along the pontoon
This area of Moreton Bay teams with marine wildlife, with a very real possibility of seeing dolphins, dugongs, marine turtles, and other marine wildlife as you paddle. It is also a very popular area amongst migratory shorebirds.
Marine turtles and other wildlife are often seen in the water around this pontoon