CAMP PGL KINDILAN
Just 45 minutes from Brisbane by car, PGL Kindilan occupies a beautiful, 92Ha bushland site in Redland Bay, zoned a Conservation Area in South East Queensland. Take a bush walk between sessions and see if you can spot any of the wildlife. The area is part of the Koala Coast conservation area so you may even see a koala.
There are a range of options for accommodation, from Kindilan House itself, to the unique roundhouses and lodges. Accommodation in the buildings is in shared rooms with bunk beds. Each building has a living room and a kitchenette.
There is onsite camping in tents provided by the venue or you can bring your own tent. The camping area has its own ablution block, but there are no powered campsites .
For any enquiries about accommodation, please contact the APC organisers on email@example.com.
Venue site maps
There will be a bus direct to Camp Kindilan after the Community Gardens and Permaculture Festival at Northey Street City Farm on the Sunday afternoon. Please indicate if you would like to use this service when booking your ticket.
NOTE: You will need a GoCard to use public transport around South-East Qld. Cards can be purchased at railway stations and newsagents.
From Brisbane airport: Catch the Airport (Gold Coast) train to Park Road train station and change there to the Cleveland line. At Cleveland station catch a bus to Victoria Point and change there to a bus to Redland Bay.
From Brisbane City: Long distance trains and buses arrive at the Brisbane (Roma Street) Transit Center. From there, catch a Cleveland train to Cleveland. At Cleveland station catch a bus to Victoria Point and change there to a bus to Redland Bay. Another option is to catch buses from Brisbane City via Loganholme to Redland Bay.
Plan your public transport in the Brisbane region using the Translink journey planner HERE
Information on getting to or around the Redlands is available from Redland City Council HERE.
The venue is accessible by car from the south or west from the Pacific Motorway and then Cleveland – Redland Bay Road . Or from the north use the Gateway Motorway, to Mt Cotton and then Redland Bay.
There is limited on-site parking so please use public transport or organise lifts if you can.
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