Sydney Edible Garden Trail - edible garden

Northmead – Greg and Vera’s garden

President and past president PSW. Information about this award winning edible garden: over 10 grow beds front and back yards verge growing chickens 30 KL water storage fruit trees tropicals (coffee, banana, papaya, guava, fijoa) year round food harvest 3 bay hot compost system grey water system seed saving shade system 5KW solar system

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Henley Green community garden

Henley Green Community Garden

The Happy Hens Social Enterprise consists of Helen Kirkman, Emma Paxton and Nicole Miranda, hence H.E.N. Henley Green Community Garden is our second community garden in the Gladesville/Hunters Hill area. We commenced building Henley Green Community Garden with the support of Hunters Hill Council in November 2018 and it has become very productive very quickly.[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - West Pennant Hills garden

West Pennant Hills – Chantel’s garden – The Compact Eatable Entertainer

This garden has been an enjoyable challenge. When we moved in, August 2016, the house was smothered by 23 Leylandii pine trees that where destroying our plumbing and retaining walls, we had an added challenge, when we dug down we found out  the soil was pure clay. I was determined to make it my dream[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - The Habitat community garden

Ryde – The Habitat community garden

ONLY OPEN SAT 10am-4pm The Habitat is a community plant nursery and open (no fences) food garden. We are at 251 Quarry Road, Ryde at the entrance to Santa Rosa Park. We do composting, worm farming and have raised and on-ground garden beds. We also incorporate a sensory garden, a habitat garden and a yarning[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Northern Beaches edible garden

Fairlight – Rob’s garden

Our garden is in the backyard of a semi-detached house so space is pretty small. It is a kitchen garden designed on ‘Permaculture Principles’ working with the natural attributes of the site and using organic and some biodynamic practices. Our aim for the garden is to be as productive as possible in the limited space,[…]

Lane Cove West Public School edible garden

Surrounded by a leafy environment, Lane Cove West PS school community are proud of our vegetable gardens, chicken coop, fruit trees, native bee hives, Indigenous peoples bush tucker garden and aquaponics fish pond. The school acknowledges that education in and about the environment are important and even more critical is education for the environment in[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Lane Cove garden

Lane Cove – Chris and Desilee’s garden

Our Lane Cove Council Backyard Habitat member garden consists of many wonderful open spaces for entertaining our family, friends and neighbours, for our chickens to roam in and for our native and edible garden to thrive! Our eco-friendly garden consists of these flourishing spaces: The welcoming driveway with roses, climbing native roses, gerberas, gardenia, camellias,[…]

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[…]