Community Nurseries

Gold Coast, Logan & Redlands

Because most nurseries are staffed by volunteers, contact details change occasionally. If you have any problems contacting any of these nurseries, check these details on their websites. Also, the plant prices, while correct at the time of compiling this information, can change.

NPQ Pine Rivers Planting

Cedar Grove Landcare Native Nursery

Address and contact details:

441-489 Cedar Grove Road (Google Maps – Cedar Grove Environmental Centre)
Cedar Grove 4285

Landcare president: Rachel Hughes p: 0478 237 799, e:admin@cedargrovelandcare.org.au

w: https://cedargrovelandcare.org.au

Opening hours:

Not yet open to the public

Plant information and services:

Species: The nursery grows native plants that are specific to the Logan, Scenic Rim and Gold Coast regions.

Pricing: To be advised

Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens Community Nursery

Address and contact details:

230 Ashmore Road, Benowa 4217

Volunteer Nursery Coordinator: Kerrii p: 0449 561 674, e:info@friendsgcrbg.org.au

w: www.friendsgcrbg.org.au

Opening hours:

First Friday of each month, 8am – 11am

Plant information and services:

Species: Mostly regional native plants suitable for home gardens, conservation projects and selected species grown for Gold Coast RBG including some threatened species.

Pricing: Mostly from $3.50 for native tubes. Prices upwards for selected larger pot sizes. Discount available for Friends GCRBG members.

Other: Depending on availability, larger orders taken for selected customers or specialised sites.

Point Lookout Bushcare Nursery

Sponsor: Redland City Council

Address and contact details:

Headland Park (at top of Kennedy Drive), Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island 4183

Manager/Coordinator: Judy Hines p: (07) 3409 8567, e:hines.j@bigpond.net.au

Opening hours:

Thurs. 10am-12 noon. Sundays when there are markets at Point Lookout

Plant information and services:

Species: Species that are propagated are all indigenous to Stradbroke Island. A selection of other native plants is also available.

Pricing: Plants in tubes from $4.00.

Other: The group has produced a booklet “Good Straddie Plants” to encourage people to grow native plants, with a small section on dealing with the island’s worst weeds.

Working bee first Sunday of each month.

Redlands Indigiscapes Community Native Nursery

(Redland City Council)

Address and contact details:

17 Runnymede Road, Capalaba 4157

p: (07) 3824 8611, e:indigiscapes@redland.qld.gov.au

w: http://indigiscapes.redland.qld.gov.au

Opening hours:

Open 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday and 1st Sat. of every month 9am-12pm (except January)

A selection of plants available from Indigiscapes in normal business hours.

Plant information and services:

Species: Most of the stock from the nursery is collected from seed in local Redlands conservation areas and grown on site by volunteers. All species are indigenous to the Redlands City.

Pricing: Plants in tubes $3.00 each.

Other: Find inspiration in the Native Botanic Gardens on site at Redlands Indigiscapes Centre.

Regen Australia Nursery

Address and contact details:

261 Nineteenth Avenue, Elanora 4221

 Manager/Coordinator: Gabby Gomes (Operations Manager) p: 0414 529 572, e:nursery@regenaustralia.com.au

w: http://www.regenaustralia.com.au/

Opening hours:

Mon. to Fri. 7.00am-3.00pm. Open to public by appointment only.

Plant information and services:

Species: Produces local provenance plants for use in landfill, dune, rainforest and other restoration projects in central and south-eastern Queensland and north-eastern NSW.

Pricing: Plants in tubes $1.40 to $2.00. Discounts available for more than 160 tubes.

Other:  Although not strictly speaking a community nursery, Regen Australia Nursery provides local plants to Local and State Government departments, non-government organisations, private clients and the general public.