Community gardens are places where people come together to grow food and learn the skills of fruit and vegetable growing.
Community gardens are natural living, sensory environments. They encourage people to be physically active and they offer a place for people to put down roots. Not only do they connect people with plants, food and culture, most importantly they connect people with other people.
Thinking of starting a community garden?
Creating a community garden can be a long process and requires a group of committed, motivated and organised people.
Join a community garden
Find a community garden near you in our community directory.
||Barwon Heads Community Arts Garden
38 Geelong Road, Barwon Heads
||Breamlea Community Garden
157-183 Breamlea Road, Connewarre
||Geelong West Community Garden
129 Autumn Street, Geelong West
||Grinter Garden (behind Splashdown)
125 Coppards Road, Moolap
||Grovedale Community Garden
45-47 Heyers Road, Grovedale
||Lara Community Arts and Garden Project
Scuti Court, Lara
||Manifold Heights Community Garden
Manifold Street, Manifold Heights
||Norlane Community Garden - Norlane Community Centre
Windsor Park, Rose Avenue, Norlane
||Northern Community Hub - Diversitat
25-41 Arunga Avenue, Norlane
||Ocean Grove Community Garden
108 The Parade, Ocean Grove
||Point Lonsdale Community Garden
Nelson Road, Point Lonsdale
||Portarlington Primary School Community Garden
Newcombe Street, Portarlington
||Waurn Ponds Community Garden
48 Waurnvale Drive, Waurn Ponds
Need to know more...
Contact Amanda Stirrat, Community Development Officer by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone 03 5272 5272.