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Winter School Holidays at Indigiscapes

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Exciting nature inspired activities
The native wonderland that is Redlands Indigiscapes Centre is a wonderful destination for families at any time of year, and none more so than the June-July school holidays when a program of nature inspired activities is on offer for the whole family.



Some of the exciting activities on offer this year include:

Magpie magic - learn all about these melodic birds and create your own to take home.

Weaving with weeds - create your own work of art made from weeds in this innovative workshop.

Earth explorer - designed for four to ten year olds to discover and explore the wonders of the Indigiscapes bushland.

Bush tucker tour and taste - enjoy a walk through the wild herb garden, learn what will grow easily at home and sample some delicious bush foods.

Creatures of the dark spotlight - an evening activity exploring and observing the nocturnal creatures that call Indigiscapes home including koalas, possums and birds.



The average cost of each activity is four dollars per person with children under three attending free. For the full program and details of activities check out the website. Make a day out of it and explore the numerous gardens, walking tracks, maze and flying fox. Take a picnic lunch, make use of the BBQ facilities or eat at the gorgeous Tea Garden Café.



So get the kid off the computers and ipods these holidays and head to Indigiscapes for a day of fun and learning in the great outdoors.
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Why? Fun and learning in the outdoors
When: June 25th - July 5th 2013
Phone: 3824 8611
Where: 17 Runnymede Road, Capalaba
Cost: Average $4 per person per activity, entry to the centre is free
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