Hi can you provide an updated estimate of when the cafe will be open? thank you.
Thank you for your question, at this stage we expect the cafe to re-open in January 2020.
Is stage 1 native garden open?
The botanical gardens are open to the public from 10am to 4pm every day. You can access the gardens at the IndigiScapes Native Nursery via the Myhorizon driveway off Runnymede Road.
The centre is expected to reopen in January 2020.
Just wondering if there is a temporary gift shop set up somewhere while the refurbishment is happening? I need to purchase some Redlands gifts urgently to send overseas. Thanks
Centre, including the gift shop, is still under construction. Keep an eye on
our webpage for reopening dates towards the end of 2019.
Is the playground closed.?
The IndigiScapes gardens and playground are open to the public daily between 10am - 4pm.
Totally Wired Electrical prepared an offer for several builders who priced the new works. I am having trouble finding out which builder was successful? Has the project been let as yet.
We are now able to advise that the successful tender for the IndigiScapes Expansion Project, is INTREC, an Australian company, specialising in construction, commercial interiors and building refurbishment.
Do you know who the successful builder was doing the expansion?
Thank you for your question. We are now able to advise that the successful tender for the IndigiScapes Expansion Project, is INTREC, an Australian company, specialising in construction, commercial interiors and building refurbishment.
Really miss being able to attend the wonderful Cafe, when will that open again?
is anticipated that the IndigiScapes Centre will reopen in October 2019,
including the Café. We all are missing the wonderful flavours of the
Café, and look forward to welcoming you back in October.
Thank you for your response to my previous question regarding water education. Can you please clarify, does your planned waterways education include drinking water supply and conservation? Is there anyone I can talk to regarding this?
Thank you, Linda
education, highlighting water supply and water conservation, will not be within
the educational scope of the IndigiScapes Centre building. Please contact
Redland Water on 07 3829 8999 about their water supply and water conservation
background on board of directors
After a visit today to Indigiscapes,I was shocked to see that nothing is happening there. The building is almost derelict. It is April. When are things going to start happening? I am very disappointed.
Thank your for your enquiry. It is anticipated that the IndigiScapes refurbishment
works will commence in May. Please be assured that in the interim the
Centre, including the gardens are monitored and maintained daily and our regular
programs being currently run from Capalaba Place, (Capalaba Library building).
Does the new expansion include any resources for water education?
A waterways educational component within the
interpretive discovery area is currently in the planning package.
Is the shop still closed?
Yes the shop at IndigiScapes is closed. During this construction
period the shop, café and Centre as well as the walks will remain closed.
The gardens and Native Nursery remain open.
With regards to the expansion of the IndigiScapes Centre, has there been any thoughts or provisions for extra parking within the grounds? Parking along Runnymede Road is not a solution. It makes it very difficult and dangerous for residents to enter and exit their properties.
Thanks for your enquiry. Additional parking for events will be available on the nursery
site next door.
Are these 3 walks open atm??
Fairy Wren Walk
Tallowwood View Trail
Thanks for your enquiry. The
Fairy Wren walk remains open to and from the Redlands IndigiScapes Centre. The Tallowwood View Trail
is only accessible from Korrowal Street and only as far as the second bridge. The Wildflower Walk is not accessible.
Will I be able to access the indigiscape from Korawal street and walk ove creek to the display gardens, this is my regular walking track. Have to say Im not much interested in the expansion of buildings on
the site and the tree top walk is not needed.
Access from Korawal Street, beyond the bridge
will not be possible during the closure. An alternate access would be from the
Lyndon Road trail that comes out at the end of the gardens and will remain