Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Coal Loader Cottage community garden

Coal Loader Cottage Community Garden

The Coal Loader Cottage Community Garden group meets Wednesday 9.30am till 12 noon, and the same time on the last Saturday of the month. Residents are welcome to join-in during these hours. There are weekend rosters for watering the garden and for chook keeping. Being an organic communal garden without individual garden plots, everything harvested is[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Coal Loader Platform community gardens

Coal Loader Platform Community Garden

If you don’t have the space or resources at home, you can grow your own food at the Coal Loader Platform Community Garden. But this community garden is about more than home-grown fresh produce, for you can: learn about, and use, practical organic gardening methods attend site-specific workshops and hands-on training sow, grow and harvest organic[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Turramurra Lookout Community Garden

Turramurra Lookout Community Garden

We will be celebrating our 10 year anniversary next year so the Edible Food Trail will be part of our activities & events for the year. Good timing! Ku-ring-gai Council was instrumental in facilitating the setting up of the garden along with enthusiastic residents in the area. The Turramurra community bank branch of the Bendigo Bank[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - raised beds in the Naremburn community garden

Naremburn Community Garden – Nolan Crescent

The Nolan Crescent garden is a great example of a wicking system built across a slope, so the water flows from the highest bed to the lowest. The garden is open at all times for residents to wander in, pick produce and grow veggies. Situated on the corner of Station Street and Nolan Crescent, Naremburn,[…]

Willoughby – The Market Garden Park

Garden Market Garden Park is a new community garden in a new housing development called KIAH. Launching this new garden we have some enthusiastic residents who keep an eye on things. We have 4 large beds, part of some have already been gardened by a couple of locals so they retain these spaces. Otherwise its[…]

Northbridge – The Dairy Community Garden

The Dairy Garden started over 11 years ago and is now converting to an accessible garden with  six raised beds. We regularly have visitors from Castle Crag  pre school and the children from play groups pop in and out. We use organic principles to grow vegetables, fruit and herbs for all the community to enjoy.[…]

Lane Cove – Bridget’s Garden

Bridget and her partner, Luke, have spent the last 11 years slowly developing a sustainable permaculture garden at their home and on the verge for neighbours to share. Relatively low maintenance, the garden combines a variety of perennial fruit and vegetables including a banana circle, a fejoia hedge, an edible verge, aquaponics system, chook pen,[…]