Riverdale Park Bushfood Forest

Riverdale Park Bushfood Forest

Over eight hectares are being revegetated at Riverdale Park, including a Bushfood Forest.

You will be able to learn about traditional Indigenous food plants and what they were used for at the Riverdale Park Bushfood Forest.

As the forest grows, the Bushfood Forest will be available for use for bush food education and for other aspects of Indigenous cultural heritage.

Please contact Logan City Council  if you are interested in using this site.

Riverdale Park is a great place to go bird-watching, and look for resident wildlife such as koalas. You can also enjoy the view where Slacks Creek meets the Logan River.

The site so far

In 2014, over 5000 tubestock were planted. A number of community planting days have been held and participants were lucky to see a pair of white-bellied sea eagles who are thought to be resident in the area.