What better way to celebrate Halloween than to share all the incredible ways flying-foxes help the environment.
Visit IndigiScapes Centre and Nursery to learn all about these quirky and charismatic pollinators.
Nursery open: Monday to Friday
Make a booking at the IndigiCafe to enjoy pumpkin scones with a selection of native jams.
If you’ve never seen a baby flying-fox, called a pup, you don’t know what you’re missing. They are pretty adorable!
On Saturday 31 October, between 10am and 2pm, meet the team from Bat Conservation and Rescue Queensland to learn more about the amazing work of these fascinating creatures, you may even get to meet one of their orphaned flying-foxes and make a batty badge to take home.
“If you find a sick or injured bat, please call Bat Conservation and Rescue Qld Inc. on 0488 228 134. No touch, No risk.”
Alexandra Hills, Amity, Birkdale, Capalaba, Cleveland, Coochiemudlo Island, Dunwich, Karragarra Island, Lamb Island, Macleay Island, Mount Cotton, North Stradbroke Island, Ormiston, Point Lookout, Redland Bay, Russell Island, Sheldon, Thorneside, Thornlands, Victoria Point, Wellington Point
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