South East Queensland
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Indigiscapes is now reopen after renovations. See their website for the latest information -

There are various walking trails and guided tours offered at Redlands IndigiScapes Centre. Most areas are wheelchair friendly. You can have a picnic or BBQ in the vast grounds or enjoy a meal at our Tea Garden, set on an open verandah overlooking the bushland.

Picnic Facilities
Wheelchair Accessibility
Public Transport
Swamp or Wetland

Indigiscapes is now reopen after renovations. See their website for the latest information -

Getting there

Parking at IndigiScapes Centre, 17 Runnymede Road, Capalaba QLD 4157

Walking trails

There are three walks you can do at IndigiScapes. Everyone can enjoy the trails which are easy grade. The Fern Trail Walk and Wildflower Walk are suitable for wheelchairs.

Fairy Wren Walk

Our newest walk, the Fern Trail Walk takes about 20 minutes return. This is a lovely walk along the creek from IndigiScapes out to Lydon Road.

Tallowwood View Trail

This short 10 minute return walk (longer depending on how long you take in the sights) is dominated by Tallowwood trees, Black she-oak, Swamp box and Pink bloodwood.

Wildflower Walk

The Wildflower Walk is 20 minutes return. This trail is the best place to see wildflowers in their natural setting in late winter and early spring. Half way along the walk discover our 400 year old Tallowwood Tree and timber deck. 

Other References

Family Bushwalks in South East Queensland (ISBN 9780646946092) p195


Well shaded very accessible walk. Lots of turtles.

Rhys Parry on 16 Mar, 2018

Lovely natural bushland on this nice easy track. We began one of the walks, but had to turn back part way round because the track is cut while work is done on one of the bridges.

Ian and Sue on 6 Jun, 2017

An easy set of tracks suitable for kids and people in wheelchairs. Plenty of informational signs. The tours only run on weekdays unfortunately. Stop by the cafe for refreshments when you finish.

rob.bushman on 12 Nov, 2016


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