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…

Celebrate Redlands Coast’s new-look IndigiScapes centre


The reopening of Redland City Council’s popular IndigiScapes Environmental Education Centre will be celebrated on Friday 21 February at a special community event. The event, which also marks the centre’s 20th anniversary, follows a $3 million transformation of the centre – including new theatrette, interpretation centre and café – funded by Council with the assistance  Continue reading…

Planned burn notification – IndigiScapes, Runnymede Road, Capalaba


Redland City Council will start a hazard reduction burn at Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, Runnymede Road, Capalaba at about 10.30 this morning. Burning is expected to take a couple of hours, with mop-up activities continuing throughout the afternoon until the fire is extinguished. The burn will take place in a two hectare section of bushland with  Continue reading…

Community celebrates opening of new IndigiScapes nursery


Redlands IndigiScapes’ new nursery welcomed hundreds of visitors on Saturday 19 January when Redland City Council opened the native plant facility to the community. The new nursery completes the first stage of a multi-million dollar project, jointly funded by Redland City Council and the Queensland Government, to upgrade and expand Redlands IndigiScapes Centre. The official  Continue reading…

New nursery set to open as IndigiScapes prepares to expand


Redlands IndigiScapes Centre will officially open its new native plant nursery at a community event on Saturday 19 January, two weeks before the main centre building closes for refurbishment. Mayor Karen Williams said the nursery opening ensured the community would still be able to access IndigiScapes’ display gardens and local native plants during construction. “Council  Continue reading…

IndigiScapes Environment Education Centre set to expand


Redlands Coast will be home to a unique environmental education experience, with expansion plans for Council’s IndigiScapes Centre. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the expansion plans included major refurbishments to the centre’s popular Bush Tucker Café, additional native landscape gardens, new environmental interpretation space and education spaces and conference facilities, plus an exciting new  Continue reading…

IndigiScapes’ Garden Expo is all grown up


IndigiScapes’ renowned Good Gardening Expo just got bigger, broadening its focus beyond the garden to sustainability, and rebranding the event on Saturday 24 March as Redlands Living Green Expo. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams said the impact of waste on our ecosystems just can’t be underestimated and that’s why this year’s Expo has an emphasis  Continue reading…

Our Wonderful Wildlife on display these school holidays at IndigiScapes


As part of Redland City Council’s packed program of spring school holiday activities, IndigiScapes will host its annual Wonderful Wildlife event on Friday 29 September. With a range of free activities for children of all ages, Redland City Acting Mayor Wendy Boglary said that Wonderful Wildlife was a celebration of the rare and endangered species  Continue reading…

First sod turned on IndigiScapes expansion


The first stage of a five-year $3.7 million expansion of Redlands IndigiScapes Centre at Capalaba kicked off today with the turning of the first sod for a bigger and better native plant nursery. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams and the Hon Mark Furner, Minister for Local Government and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, today  Continue reading…

Explore the great outdoors at IndigiScapes


Redland children will soon be free to seek, unearth and explore their natural environment and local Aboriginal culture during a school holiday fun day at Redlands IndigiScapes Centre. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Seek, Unearth, Explore, Quandomooka Country was a popular annual winter holidays event that drew hundreds of children from across the Redlands  Continue reading…