Warners Park Community Garden is in a beautiful valley on Council land in Northbridge. The garden has been around for many years. Many will remember it as a fun-loving place but a rather run down garden due to lack of active gardeners.
However, over the last two years it has become a highly productive garden thanks to the arrival of several very experienced keen gardeners from Permapatch. Nowadays our garden is a joy to stroll through or to work in, and we welcome new gardeners to join us to help make it even better.
We are currently converting to an accessible garden with six large raised beds and numerous smaller ones. We grow a range of organic vegetables, fruits and herbs including quite a few exotic ones.
We are also a hub for the Share Waste site with local people using our compost bins to reduce the amount of kitchen veggie scraps going into land fill.
The site is sometimes used by the Council for gardening and environmental demonstrations, and is also enjoyed by young children from various play groups.