Sydney Edible Garden Trail

Cheltenham – Giri & Sureni’s Garden

Ours is a mixed garden which, at this point, includes a few edible trees, greens, vegetables, vines, flowers, cactus, orchids, bromeliads, natives and water plants. The garden was not designed with any specific style in mind. As our love of gardening and confidence grew, we experimented and added new stuff and chopped and changed. There[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - fruit trees

North Wahroonga – Creating Connections Street Garden

Creating Connections is a Water Smart Street Garden funded by the Ku-ring-gai Council Environmental Levy Grant, designed and implemented in collaboration with Michael Mobbs who will be in attendance during the weekend. This garden is north facing and receives east, north and western sunlight. Existing lawn areas of 80 sqm have been converted into a[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Northern Beaches edible garden

Elanora Heights – Permanora – Selena’s Garden

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,[…]

Sydney Edible Garden Trail - Mowbray Public School edible garden

Lane Cove North – Mowbray Public School Garden

Mowbray Public School hosts a large vegetable garden, bush tucker garden and orchard. These gardens represent many positive years of community connections between students, teachers, parents, council and businesses. The vegetable garden in particular has undergone a transformation in the last few years. Following the school rebuild at the end of 2017, the vegetable garden[…]

Lane Cove West Public School Edible Garden

Surrounded by a leafy environment, Lane Cove West Public School 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[…]

Mount Colah – Matthew & Katerina’s Garden

Matthew and Katerina began their Mount Colah garden, using permaculture principles, when they moved in at the end of 2017. In such a short time, they have already transformed their garden into a productive edible garden! The front yard has been set up as habitat for native animals, intermingled with bush tucker plants. The side[…]

Lane Cove – Wendy & Alasdair’s Street Side Garden

Wendy and Alasdair’s street side garden shows what can be done with a small space. Next to the footpath, Pepinos and Midyim-berries offer nibble-food for neighbourhood children. Also, in spring, pineapple sage flowers are a sweet treat (remember sucking a drop of nectar out of the honeysuckle flowers?) In autumn, the ice-cream bean trees are[…]