IndigiScapes' Seek, Unearth and Explore day sees kids enjoy school holiday fun

THE rain did not stop children from wearing their gum boots and rain coats and heading to IndigiScapes’ Seek, Unearth and Explore day.

Capalaba’s environmental education centre saw a crowd flock to the free family fun day on Thursday, July 5 to make bush tucker biscuits, try weaving, clay play and drawing.

There was also a scavenger hunt, a cultural display with Matthews Burns face painting and showcasing artifacts and story telling by Sandra Delaney.

Auntie Joanne Claybourn from the Minjerriba Morgumpin elders also did a welcome to country to guests.

IndigiScapes event organiser Marguerite Johnson said the day was bigger than expected.

“We have a lovely big crowd enjoying the many activities,” she said.

“A lot of families seem to have returned to from out Indigi Day Out on June 2 to experience what we have to offer.”