Pristine Golden Beaches and Rural Hinterland

The Redlands Coast Has It All


Semi rural at its best.

Just minutes from the commercial precincts of Victoria Point and Capalaba, Sheldon features semi-rural living among vast tracts of protected land that preserves the naturally wonderful eucalypt bushlands and provides a refuge for native wildlife. Sheldon’s expansive tracts of natural bushland provide naturally wonderful havens for wildlife.

The conservation areas of Sheldon include part of Brisbane Koala Bushlands, Emu Street Bushland Reserve, Ford Road Conservation Area and Summit Street Reserve.

Enjoy the rural ambience and see koalas and other native wildlife, including wallabies, rosellas, kingfishers, turtles and more, in their natural environment.

Fringed by the stunning and ecologically diverse Moreton Bay and with beautiful Stradbroke Island just a hop and a skip away, there is plenty to see and do.

Getting around
Train: The closest railway station is Cleveland, located at the end of the Cleveland line.
Car: 30 minute drive from the Brisbane CBD; 25 minute drive from Brisbane airport.
Bike: Off road commuter recreational cycle ways run throughout.
Bus: Transdev operates regular bus services.

Useful Links for Information on the Redlands Coast

For more information on what to do and see in Queensland


Education and living costs in Australia

Knowing the average living costs in Australia is an important part of your application and financial preparation. For your reference and an approximate guide only about some of the costs associated with living and studying in Australia, please visit the Australian Government's "Study in Australia" website by clicking here.