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IndigiScapes hosts a number of exciting programs that will make the holidays fun!
Council is committed to sustainable living. You can make your home or business more sustainable in many ways.
View council's environmental strategies and policies.
Listen to birds singing and enjoy the cool bushland scenery at the Tea Garden Cafe, which is situated on a wooden deck at our main building.
We are open for plant sales on the first Saturday of every month between 9am and 12pm. Most of the stock from the nursery is collected from seed and grown onsite by volunteers.
Learn more cats and dogs, registration, animal shelter and much more.
School Holiday Program
Tea garden cafe
Learn more about the bushcare groups in your suburb
Habitat protectionOur programs offer advice and support to landholders
What's OnEnvironment-related events in the Redlands
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Join a bushcare group
Bushcare is a great way to positively contribute to our local bushland area.
Listen to mother nature
Let us organise your child’s birthday party
Air-conditioned facilities in tranquil bush settings
How to get to IndigiScapes Centre and opening hours
Join a group tour, from five to 50 people
Unique range of local products
Walking tracks available around IndigiScapes
Beating Round the Bush newsletter
Opening hours and menu
Book one of our gardens for an outdoor wedding
Environment club for 8-12 year olds
The rarest and most threatened species of Australian cockatoo
We need your help in recording where these birds are nesting
Learn more about this furry marsupial and why we love them
Watch out for swooping magpies during breeding season in September
Cat and dog registration and information for pet owners
Thousands of migratory birds stop here annually
Learn about animal and plant pests in the Redlands
June to November each year, humpback whales pass Pt Lookout
Help protect our mangroves
Council can help you manage trees on your property
Managing declared animal and plant pests
Learn more about your bushcare groups in your suburb
We provide lots of support programs for gardeners, schools and landowners
Activities for students and teachers
Our local carers look after injured or orphaned wildlife
The Redlands is home to a variety of bird species
Displays local plants that provide butterflies with food
Plants from sand dunes and mangrove mud flats
Native plants can look wonderful when planted in formal gardens
Provides native plants for local gardens
Wide diversity of plants to choose from
Grown naturally in Scribbly Gum forests
Maze made from native plants
Full of ferns, frogs, fish, flowers and abundant life
Local plants have medicinal or culinary uses
17 Runnymede Road
Capalaba QLD 4157