Redlands Indigiscapes Centre - Limited Reopening and Ongoing Guidelines
Mon 15 Jun 2020 - Fri 31 Jul 2020
The beautiful Redlands Indigiscapes Centre in Redland City reopened
in February 2020 after months of renovations, only to need to close again due to the pandemic.
However, from 15 June 2020, the Redlands Indigiscapes Centre will be reopening their Native Nursery, Cafe, and Discovery Centre with some changes to normal operations in line with Queensland's Covid19 guidelines.
The most significant changes are to the cafe, for which bookings will now be essential. There are three session times available for the cafe:
And bookings can be made by phoning 07 3824 8611. Each session will allow up to 20 diners and bookings will include the taking of contact details.
The fantastic, completely renovated, Discovery Centre will also be reopening with all of its interesting wildlife displays. Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the centre.
The outdoor areas are also available to visitors, including the fabulous kids playground, picnic areas, and the walking trails.
The Tallowwood Trail is the longest of these, and takes about 20 minutes to do the return walk. At the end there is a 400 year old (!) tallowwood tree, and a lake with an abundance of eastern water dragons and waterfowl.
Redlands Indigiscapes is a much-loved native botanical garden that gives visitors the opportunity to see wildlife in its natural habitat.
Look out for trees with arrows pointing upwards, they have recently had koalas spotted in them. And watch your feet for the gorgeous carpet pythons that call Indigiscapes home.
The reopening of the Redlands Indigiscapes Centre within COVID-safe guidelines will give people in South East Queensland the opportunity to get out and enjoy nature while continuing to social distance. Not to mention the opportunity to enjoy some of their famous Indigi-cake or a bush tucker scones.
!date 15/06/2020 -- 31/07/2020
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