The Redland District Committee on the Ageing (RDCOTA) is an independent, not-for-profit, community organisation based in Redlands City which is located in the south east corner of Queensland, Australia. Our objectives are to promote the rights, interests and well-being of people over the age of 50 in Redland City.

The scope of RDCOTA’s activities includes:

RDCOTA is staffed entirely by volunteers and is not funded by government. We rely on donations from individuals and organisations, fund raising activities, business partnerships and specific purpose grants from various sources to carry out our work. We are grateful to our generous donors, sponsors and supporters who enable us to pursue our mission – “To maximise support, minimise barriers and recognise the value of Seniors in the Redlands”.

The Redland District Committee on the Ageing (RDCOTA) works in association with the Council on the Ageing Queensland (COTAQ) and COTA Australia.  



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    Website Last Updated: 26/07/2016

Latest Events:.

Over 50's Chit Chat at Victoria Point Library on 8th July & 22nd July,  5th & 19th August, 9:30 - 11am

Seniors Refresh Space at Capalaba Library on 7th & 21st July,  4th & 18th August, 9:30 - 11:30am

Oakland Street Community Gardens Open Day, This Sunday 31st July 10 am – 2 PM, 
Entry At the end of Oakland Street, Alexandra Hills,
Only a gold coin donation required
Garden workshops with guest speakers
Entertainment with the Redlands Ladies Drum Corps and the Dukes of Uke
Sausage Sizzle, Tea Room with cake and biscuits
Plants and fresh produce from the garden for sale


Redlands Sporting Club 
Redlands Sporting Club

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