Redland IndigiScapes Centre Expansion project

concept only


Redland City Council is undertaking an exciting multi-million dollar upgrade to Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, with support of State Government funding.

Stage one – the new native plant nursery – will be open to the public from mid- January 2019.

Stage two works will begin fro mid 2019.

Stage two is the largest schedule of works for the project, and will see most of IndigiScapes close from 28 January for six-eight months.

concept only


Redland City Council is undertaking an exciting multi-million dollar upgrade to Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, with support of State Government funding.

Stage one – the new native plant nursery – will be open to the public from mid- January 2019.

Stage two works will begin fro mid 2019.

Stage two is the largest schedule of works for the project, and will see most of IndigiScapes close from 28 January for six-eight months.

Q&A

Ajax loader transparent
Didn't receive confirmation?
Seems like you are already registered, please provide the password or use a different email ID
  • Really miss being able to attend the wonderful Cafe, when will that open again?

    Cath Maris asked 20 days ago

    It 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.

  • Hello, 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

    lindan asked about 2 months ago

    Water 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 initiatives.


  • background on board of directors

    alex campbell asked about 1 month ago

    The IndigiScapes Centre is owned and managed by Redland City Council and that information on our board is available on the Redland City Council website.

    https://www.redland.qld.gov.au/info/20193/our_organisation/340/organisational_structure


  • 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.

    alisonjeanwoodley asked about 1 month ago

    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).


  • Hello, Does the new expansion include any resources for water education? Many thanks, Linda

    lindan asked about 2 months ago

    A waterways educational component within the interpretive discovery area is currently in the planning package.

  • Is the shop still closed?

    Tammy asked about 2 months ago

    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.

    RK asked 4 months ago

    Hi RK

    Thanks for your enquiry. Additional parking for events will be available on the nursery site next door.

    Cheers,

    Emma 

  • Are these 3 walks open atm?? Fairy Wren Walk Tallowwood View Trail Wildflower Walk Thanks Carole

    Carole asked 3 months ago

    Hi Carole

    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.

    Cheers, Emma 

  • 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.

    Robin asked 5 months ago

    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 open.