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Your gateway to fair food in the Illawarra
Bulli Community garden is open to anyone who is keen to get their hands dirty!
Since 2012, the Albion Park Community Garden is a place for passionate gardeners with a desire to garden, a place to meet with other people who enjoy getting outside, getting their hands in the earth and growing fresh and delicious produce.
Tullimbar Village residents first started moving into the new houses during 2008 and by 2009 there was interest amongst them to create a community garden.
Planning for the Kiama Community Garden’s design and management began when 60 community members attended a public meeting on 29th July 2009.
The purpose of our church garden is to provide a place of meeting for the church community and the wider community, where friendships might grow.
The community garden is a shared garden with vegetables, herbs, fruit trees and flowers.
After a long period of Isolation due to COVID-19, a call was made to create a space to re-connect staff and students to the land, community and art. A community garden provides the perfect platform to blend all three.
We are a volunteer run, not-for-profit Permaculture demonstration site located at the Wollongong PCYC.
The Illawarra holds endless opportunities to participate in fair food. For health, for the environment, or for our community - we all can play a role!Get involved