Toondah Harbour fast tracked

By Judith Kerr
Updated May 17 2013 - 8:31am, first published May 16 2013 - 1:30pm
GREEN LIGHT FOR DEVELOPMENT: Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure Jeff Seeney declares Toondah Harbour a Priority Development Area with Redland City Council mayor Karen Williams and Member for Cleveland Mark Robinson. Photo: Chris McCormack
GREEN LIGHT FOR DEVELOPMENT: Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure Jeff Seeney declares Toondah Harbour a Priority Development Area with Redland City Council mayor Karen Williams and Member for Cleveland Mark Robinson. Photo: Chris McCormack
WORLD CLASS FACILITY: The state government and council will draw up plans to overhaul Cleveland's Toondah Harbour and turn it into a transport hub and recreational precinct.
WORLD CLASS FACILITY: The state government and council will draw up plans to overhaul Cleveland's Toondah Harbour and turn it into a transport hub and recreational precinct.

CLEVELAND'S Toondah Harbour is set to be transformed into a transport and recreational precinct after Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney declared the ferry terminal a development priority on a visit to Redlands on Thursday.

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