The naturally wonderful Redlands Coast is about to find its way onto the map of – a foodie’s paradise with four new food trails as part of the south-east Queensland Food Trails website launched today.
The trails take locals and visitors on a culinary journey across the beautiful Redlands Coast, which boasts outstanding fine dining restaurants; a five-star winery with international accolades; a relaxed café culture; micro-breweries; harbourside and lakeside dining hubs; fabulous gluten free offerings, and so much more.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams launched the food trails at the Regional Flavours Festival at South Bank today on behalf of the Council of Mayors (SEQ).
Cr Williams says the free, online food trails platform would allow users to create and share their own foodie trails from hundreds of experiences across the region.
“Redlands Coast is perfectly placed to provide memorable foodie experiences, including locally grown and produced offerings, as food trail followers take their taste buds travelling through our picturesque coastal, hinterland and island areas.”
“Redlands Coast is on Brisbane’s door-step but the natural beauty here instantly transports people far from the everyday hustle and bustle; and our locals are friendly and welcoming. That’s just the way we like it – all the convenience and service of a contemporary city but with a relaxed atmosphere perfect for unwinding over a meal with family and friends.”
“Wherever people dine on Redlands Coast, they can be accompanied by award-winning local wines, coastal breezes and stunning panoramas.”
There’s now four Redlands Coast food trails:
Redlands Coast’s new food trails are:
• Redlands Coast Hidden Bars and Micro-Breweries
• Redlands Coast Ultimate Gluten Free
• Redlands Coast Breakfast Hot Spots
• Redlands Coast Dining Hot Spots
The food trails can be found online at seqfoodtrails.com.au/Redlands