North Wahroonga – Gauri’s Verge Garden

A water smart street garden with Australian Native plants and raised garden beds to grow veggies with inground composting and rainwater retention. The garden is built to retain all rainwater on site by laying agpipes on the perimeter. Native plants have been attracting a lot of wildlife – wallabies, birds, bees. The garden will keep[…]

Berowra – Binnowee Community Garden (Saturday only, 10am – 4pm)

Binnowee Community Garden is an initiative of the Berowra Baptist Church, and is on the property of Berowra Baptist Church and Berowra Christian School, and open to the wider community on weekends and during school holidays. It is a herb, vegetable, fruit and flower garden, with five raised beds, gazebo, composting bins, a bathtub worm[…]

Epping – Lucinda’s Garden (Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 3pm)

YES, YOU CAN grow food in a small urban space AND have your space looking attractive too! Come and see how Lucinda has creatively managed site issues such as shade, small space and strata neighbours thanks to some Permaculture thinking.

Freemans Reach – Little Mini Farm (Saturday only 10am – 2pm)

We are on an 800 sq metre block and have Indian runner ducks, Pekins, quail and a beehive. There are three veggie areas including large, raised beds and potted fruit trees for shade and to define areas. Elements of permaculture are evident in the garden including closed systems e.g. veggie waste eaten by the chickens,[…]

Charlie’s Community Garden

A small community garden located in the heart of Darlington. We have around 50 active members and over thousands of followers on social media followers. Our goal as a community garden is to: Grow and maintain a beautiful garden for our community, Provide a welcoming place for our community to learn about gardening and socialise,[…]

Matraville – Christine’s garden (Saturday & Sunday, 11am – 2pm)

My husband and I have lived in Matraville for 20 years. We purchased our block with the sole intention of holistic sustainable living – this philosophy is predominate in our lives. Matraville is basically on a sand dune so as we get older it is easy digging – the flip side is the ongoing challenge[…]

North Narrabeen – Kristel’s Garden

The design of this garden is based on permaculture and food forests (also known as regenerative agriculture and syntropic farming), representing wholistic land rehabilitation. It approaches land use from a traditional aboriginal custodianship perspective, equally focussing on preserving the environment, supporting local native animals and providing a viable farm/forest model that takes in to account[…]

Baulkham Hills – Jitendra’s Garden

Growing food is a passion for Jitendra. Despite the short time since moving, his garden is full of abundance with a verge garden and raised garden beds at the front and a variety of features in the back garden, including family space. Here you can find fruit trees, a banana circle, chickens, solar and water[…]