What started as a simple trial on Bribie Island has become a life-changing success story that’s getting rolled out across the Moreton Bay Region.
Accessible beach matting was recently installed in Redcliffe just in front of the famous Suttons Beach Rotunda.
Mayor Peter Flannery said he was proud to be tearing down the barriers associated with sand for people with mobility challenges.
“I’ve said I want Moreton Bay to become the most accessible tourism region in South East Queensland and this new beach matting takes us 50 metres towards realising that goal,” Mayor Flannery said.
“This is an historic day for the Redcliffe peninsula because, for the first time, there are no barriers to anyone enjoying our iconic waterfront sands.”
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