IndigiScapes closed until Monday 7 March 2022


Due to ongoing and unpredictable weather in South East Queensland, Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, including the IndigCafe, Botanic Gardens, walking tracks and the Native Community Nursery, will be closed today (Friday 4 March) and will re-open Monday 7 March from 8am.

IndigiScapes Nursery closed temporarily


Due to staff illness, Council’s IndigiScapes Native Nursery at Capalaba will be closed temporarily from Friday 7 January 2022 until further notice. Visitors can still purchase a variety of native plants at the pop-up nursery situated at the front of the Centre, which is located at 17 Runnymede Road, Capalaba. Council apologises for any inconvenience.

IndigiScapes Centre maintenance closure extended


Redlands IndigiScapes Centre is currently closed for scheduled maintenance. Due to rain, the planned closure has extended to Friday 26 November. IndigiScapes is now expected to reopen on Saturday 27 November.  The following facilities are currently closed: the Discovery Centre, café, native botanic garden, playground and walking tracks. The native nursery will remain open.

IndigiScapes Eco Markets have a sustainable festive focus


Redlands Coast residents dreaming of a sustainable Christmas will find plenty of inspiration at the IndigiScapes Eco Markets on Saturday 4 December 2021. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the event would be held in the centre’s native botanic gardens and include live music, family-friendly activities, fresh produce, upcycled fashion and market stalls offering sustainable  Continue reading…

IndigiScapes closes for three days for maintenance


Redlands IndigiScapes Centre will be closed for scheduled maintenance from Monday 22 November to Wednesday 24 November 2021. The following facilities will be closed during the three days: the Discovery Centre, café, native botanic garden, playground and walking tracks. However, the native nursery will remain open from 10am to 3pm. The centre is expected to  Continue reading…

Take your disposable face masks to IndigiScapes for recycling


Redlands IndigiScapes Centre has extended its specialist recycling station to trial a TerraCycle Face Mask Zero Waste Box to recycle single-use face masks on behalf of the Redlands Coast community. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the move came after concerns were raised about the additional litter and burden on landfill resulting from all the  Continue reading…

Celebrate World Environment Day at IndigiScapes’ Environment and Community Fair


Celebrate this year’s World Environment Day at IndigiScapes’ Environment and Community Fair on Saturday 5 June. Entry is free. Mayor Karen Williams said the Environment and Community Fair was one of the first major public events to be hosted at the expanded Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, which has been subject to various COVID-related restrictions since its  Continue reading…

Connect and restore at IndigiScapes Eco Markets


Celebrate with Redlands IndigiScapes Centre the natural wonders of Redlands Coast at the environmental centre’s series of Eco Markets, kicking off tomorrow (Saturday 1 May, 2021). Mayor Karen Williams said the May event – the first of four scheduled for this year – would be held in the centre’s beautiful native botanic gardens and include  Continue reading…

Redlands Coast galleries, libraries, IndigiScapes and Visitor Information Centre to close until further notice


Redland City Council’s libraries, art galleries, Visitor Information Centre and the IndigiScapes Environmental Education Centre and café will close from midday today, Monday 23 March 2020. Local Disaster Management Group Chair, Mayor Karen Williams, said public access to all these venues would be closed until further notice under Council measures to limit the transmission of  Continue reading…