Environmental Education School Programs

Environmental education redlands

Redland City Council offers environmental education programs to groups that reflect your target curriculum outcomes. Programs cater for a range of ages and learning abilities from early childhood and school-age children to university groups.

Program topics include:

  • Native plants and animal talks
  • Bush tucker
  • Waterways and catchment management
  • Waterbugs

We can also tailor-make programs to meet your curriculum outcomes.

Excursion to IndigiScapes

Education groups are free to explore the serene natural environment at the IndigiScapes Centre, Capalaba.

IndigiScapes holds 14.2 hectares of bushland and provides bushtucker gardens, walking trails, and a fun, interactive playground for children. You may also like to include a visit to the 400 year old Tallowwood tree.

IndigiScapes admission: Free

Education programs: Maximise your students’ learning by including a talk by one of our education officers. This is a free service for education centres within the Redlands. A fee of $4 per student applies for education centres outside the Redlands.

Incursion

Our education officers can come to your school or centre, or we can meet you in a local reserve.

Education programs: This is a free service for education centres within the Redlands.

Booking an environmental education program

To make a booking, please use the online booking form. Alternatively, please complete the Environmental Education Booking Form [DOC, 0.1MB] and return via email to our environmental education officers at IndigiScapes.

Contact IndigiScapes for more information via email indigiscapes@redland.qld.gov.au or phone 3824 8611.

Advice visits

Environmental Education Officers can provide you with free on-site native gardening and sustainability advice for your school. 

Contact IndigiScapes for more information via email indigiscapes@redland.qld.gov.au or phone 3824 8611.