We are a not-for-profit community Nursery. Our purpose is to protect and restore the ecological values of south-east Queensland habitats by returning locally indigenous plants to the landscape. 

We aim to achieve this through:

  • Growing, selling and promoting the use of indigenous plant species for every situation, from large-scale revegetation projects to home gardens
  • Encouraging community awareness and appreciation of the importance of native plants in the environment
  • Promoting the use of locally native plants in place of exotic species
  • Providing volunteering and educational opportunities for individuals to develop skills in identifying, selecting and growing native plants

We believe that habitat restoration is possible and necessary at all levels.  From rural to residential, the change and difference can be made literally in our own back yards.

BCC Free Native Plant Program

Brisbane City Council’s Free Native Plants Program offers a range of plants to assist the community to plant and green their properties. The native species provided through the program will help grow our city’s urban forest and support local wildlife.

Find out how to claim your FREE BCC native plants here!

We Do Gift Vouchers

Available now, Paten Park Native Nursery gift vouchers are the ideal gift for anyone with a green thumb. Contact us to learn more.

Nespresso Capsule Recycling Program

Drop off your used Nespresso pods for recycling next time you stop by!

3 months ago

Christmas open hours

We are closed over the Christmas holiday period from 1pm on Christmas Eve, and will reopen at 9am on the Tuesday 12th January.
We would like to thank our customers and ... See more

4 months ago

Syzygium straight and narrow disguise as a christmas tree.

4 months ago
Photos from Paten Park Native Nursery's post

Spruce up your festive season with these amazing christmas gifts perfect for under the tree or on the christmas table. This year the volunteers have stepped up and produced some amazing cakes, ... See more

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