Friday, June 10, 2011


We've recently had some really awesome visits to Indigiscapes, which is based in Capalaba in the Redlands.
They have a nursery, tea garden, wonderful area for walks, great kids play area, and tranquil gardens to explore.
Indigiscapes is a great place to visit at any time. We've had tea there at a delightful tea garden that offers bush tucker flavours and Australian native teas. We've done a short walk through the forest and we've visited on two special event days recently -- the annual Indigi Day Out and World Turtle Day.
Indigi Day Out was a two day celebration that included dancing, music, information and activities relating to wildlife, plants and the environment, and a wide range of kids activities mainly art related.
Entry is free, as were the activities -- we just paid for food, although it is permissible to take your own. The kids made things out of clay, stamped footprints into clay, spent ages drawing with a local artist (and trying out her range of art pencils), had their faces painted, played in the park and various other activities.
World Turtle Day was a smaller, half day event that was being held for the first time (although Indigiscapes does hold similar events on other special days). Everything was free (including juices and a sausage sizzle) and the kids did various activities, including screen printing on bags.
Indigiscapes is definitely on our list of great places to visit.

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