Redland Bay Marina

Redland Bay Marina is where the ferries go to the Southern Moreton Bay islands…Russell, Lamb, Macleay and Karragarra and back again.
https://www.redlandcitybulletin.com.au/story/2017303/waterfront-transformation-for-redland-bay/

The Marina now has a bus stop, a coffee shop and public Toilets.

Across the water is the Marina for yachts and boats, with a restaurant called Pelican View which is sadly not accessible from this side of the Jetty. One needs a vehicle to drive to the other side over the river.
https://www.mustdobrisbane.com/eat-drink-cafes-bay-redland-bay/pelicans-slipway-cafe-redland-bay

  • For the first time ever, there were seagulls at the water…

New features of the upgraded Redland Bay Marina station include:

  • an upgraded bus station with capacity for three buses
  • a landscaped public plaza and terrace area
  • a dedicated sheltered passenger kiss ‘n ride area, with five additional bays
  • sheltered, weather-proof waiting areas
  • improved lighting and security cameras with 24-hour video recording
  • seven new public toilets (three male, three female and one wheelchair accessible)
  • go card purchase and top-up facilities
  • bicycle storage racks
  • two separate spaces available for retail activity; and
  • two bus layover bays and driver facilities on Banana Street for bus drivers to take scheduled breaks.
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