A not for profit, member based Community Garden in Newport. The garden has been running for about 4 years. There are approximately 30 gardens beds, a native bee hive, compost, worm farms & a green house. Child friendly, composting. We grow organic fruit, herbs and veggies.
The Chatswood Hub Community Garden is located at the back of the buildings at 30-32 Devonshire St Chatswood. We meet every second Saturday from 10am-12pm in winter and 9am-11am in the summer months. It is a relatively small area but we have a lot of different herbs and vegetables growing.
The garden is a work in progress! Since Dec 2018 I have been working on the realisation of my permaculture design which is now nearing completion. I counted that I’ve planted about 130 trees during the process! We are on an uneven block with multiple levels, quite a few steps, and large amounts of rock[…]
When Tara and her family moved in to their rental home the 12 x 4m back yard was bare concrete and small, weed filled garden beds. 6 years later, without making any permanent changes and by utilising mostly found and recycled items in ways that are impermanent and transportable, the space has been completely transformed.[…]
We have 1200 sq m permaculture garden with and a sustainable house based on Sydney’s northern beaches. We have chooks, worm farms, composting, native bees, native bush tucker and medicine plants, edible fruit, vegetable and medicinal plants, water features, citrus grove, raised and no-dig garden beds, herb spiral, aquaponics, a green wall, rain water tanks,[…]
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.[…]
Our garden is a wonderful community activity in the picturesque harbour-side setting of Milson Park, Kirribilli (behind Ensemble Theatre and Sydney Flying Squadron). We have a fantastic group of dedicated volunteers who have ensured that the garden prospers from season to season. As a result the accessible community garden is a very popular place for[…]
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,[…]
The Coal Loader Community Garden group meets Wednesday 9.30am till 12 noon. 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 shared among the participants at the weekly meeting. The garden is[…]
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[…]