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Looking for a Community Garden in your local area?

The following list contains contact details for the multitude of community gardens popping up all over our region. For more information, please contact the community garden directly.

BELMONT : Mens Shed & Community Garden

Habitat in Harmony

The Habitat in Harmony Community garden is open Monday to Friday 8-2pm. Call in and see what is happening.

Belmont Mens Shed

The Belmont Men’s Shed is nearing completion. We have now taken occupancy of our shed. We are in the process of doing all the intenal works.

Community Garden

Community Garden offer a no pressure environment where you can work at your own pace and enjoy the company. “Join for yourself; Care for the community”

Phone: (02) 4947 0031
Websites: http://www.bnc.asn.au/belmont-mens-shed-community-garden

KOTARA : March Street Community Garden

Located in March Street, Kotara, these gardens were established in 1999 by the Newcastle City Council in the "Community Greening Centre".  Now we are an autonomous group, acting as the caretakers of the property which has been fenced off within the March Street Reserve.

Members can attend to their plots 24/7 ... the only drawback is that there are no toilet facilities.  This is in the process of being rectified.  The plot system is individual ... however, surplus produce is often shared by the grower.

Phone: 4952 9655 (Gwen Allen)
Website: www.mscgardens.info
Email: marchstcommunitygardens@hotmail.com


MORISSET : Yunung Community Garden

The Yunung Bush Tucker Community Garden project was established in 2009 with the assistance of a grant from the Hunter Area Assistance Scheme and permission from Lake Macquarie City Council to use a 3000 square meter block of land on the site of 143 Dora Street, adjacent to the Morisset Multi Purpose Centre.

In partnership with Landcare, Southlake Community Services’ objective in establishing a community garden for the use of community members is to increase the level of cooperation and interaction across all community groups.

The garden provides:

  • opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds to participate in volunteer programs
  • opportunities for the Aboriginal and broader community to learn more about the indigenous culture through the native food garden
  • opportunities for hands-on training, skill development and employment in industries relating to horticulture particularly among the target groups of Youth, Men, Mental Health and AOD clients.

Phone: (02) 4973 7000
Website: http://morissetmpc.org/morisset-multipurpose-centre/?page_id=629

ADAMSTOWN: The Laneway Park

The Laneway Park Adamstown, located in Fletcher Reserve off Fletcher St Adamstown is a community garden for children. Made possible by community donations and a NCC Make your Place grant.

Phone: 0405148798
Website: http://www.facebook.com/groups/TheLanewayPark/


ASH ISLAND : Kooragang City Farm

The Kooragang City Farm is located at Milham’s Road, Ash Island (via Hexham).

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 8am-2pm every week members of these gardens meet and eat! Since 1995, regular working bees have been held every Tuesday and Friday, 8am-2pm.

The gardens are managed with a holistic approach that combines organic and permaculture principals. They are always welcoming new gardeners and all plots are group only however, encouraging room for experimentation and growth

Alternate beef cattle farming is integrated into the fabric of these gardens and aside to vegies there is compost-making, herb growing, bushfoods, an orchard, and wetland and rainforest regeneration. Vegetables are not for sale and is shared between all the volunteers but holistically managed beef is for sale.

Phone: (02) 4964 9308
Website: www.hcr.cma.nsw.gov.au/kooragang/KCF_commun.htm

NEW LAMBTON : Multicultural Gardens

The Lambton Multicultural Garden is located at 3 Illalung Road, Lambton.
Multicultural Centre

The garden focuses on one of the Multicultural Neighbourhood Centre Inc objectives to promote social and educational interaction among people of diverse backgrounds by providing a pleasant, informal, non-sectarian, non-political atmosphere at the Centre.

The Multicultural Community Garden involves volunteers from culturally and linguistic diverse backgrounds together with Anglo Saxon background from around the area.

The project helps the community to get together and develop tolerance and acceptance between people from diverse cultural backgrounds.

The garden was established in July 2009.

Phone: (02) 49 655 291
Website: http://www.mncinc.org.au

NEWCASTLE EAST : Sandhills Community Garden

A few years ago, a group of local residents from Newcastle East set out to build a community garden in an underutilized part of the Foreshore Park, next to the Carriage Shed. With a grant from Newcastle City Council, the very generous help received from Ecoflex Tyre Constructions, and the enthusiastic support of local residents, Sandhills has become a beautiful garden sanctuary, supplying residents and visitors with herbs and vegetables.  Of course, we use no pesticides or artificial fertilisers in our gardening!

Phone: (02) 4929 1452
Website: http://sandhillscommunitygarden.com


Transitioning from peak oil to productive spaces. Vegetables and fruit from a concrete jungle. Imagination and machinations. With this blog I thee bed, vegetable beds that is! Read and marvel at the ingenuity of man and woman as they turn a concrete wilderness into a flourishing community garden; a place of cocktail parties and merriment, supplier of veggies, fruit and herbs to the locals young and old.

Website: http://tigheshillgarden.blogspot.com

WICKHAM : Fig Tree Community Garden

Fig Tree Community Garden is a shared plot garden.

Members are encouraged to  plant, maintain, dream and harvest anywhere on site. It really is a case of many hands make light work, and many hands reap the rewards. Gardeners are requested to join the Garden through membership – details about our events and working bee / family days are available on the website.

Web: http://www.figtree.org.au

Carrington Community Garden

Growing our own food, living sustainably, making new friends, teaching our children about food and resources and celebrating cultural diversity is what we are all about!

We want to create a space where we can come together as a community and GROW!

Our garden is a shared garden open to the whole community, with an organic focus. We hold monthly working bees where we maintain our garden and feast at the completion of a hard days work.

We welcome anyone and everyone to come and be a part of the garden regardless of your gardening ability.

Website: http://carringtoncommunitygarden.wordpress.com


MAYFIELD : Church Street

Our Place at 31A Church Street is a public place on privately owned land. It already has many of the characteristics - it involves people socially and emotionally, is attractive, provides multiple experiences, it has a history, invokes memory and engages intellect. Our task is to show more people in the local community how this is open to them too.

Website: http://churchstreetcommunitygarden.blogspot.com/

Windale Community Garden

Windale's beautiful community garden is located beside the PCYC on Lake Street, Windale.  Working bees are held every Friday from 9am.  For more information contact our Garden Coordinator.

Phone: 0422 415852

MAYFIELD : Silsoe Street

The Silsoe Street Community Garden is located at 56-58 Silsoe St, Mayfield (opposite Ackeron Street).

The garden shovelled the first load of soil in 2009. The organic gardens provide and fantastic arena for social gatherings and is open for visits all day.

Regular working bees take place the first Saturday of every month between 2 – 4pm and 3pm-5pm during daylight saving.

New gardeners are invited to join our organic shared plot system. Our working bees provide a local neighbourhood meeting spot where kids are welcome.

Phone: 02 4960 9558


The Hamilton South Community Garden, known as the 'Chilli gardens', is located at the disused tennis courts just behind the community hall in Fowler Street.

These gardens were established in 2002 as an organic garden.

Usually a regular gathering takes place on Wednesdays between 7.30 – 9.30am, however the gardens are open to any member anytime. New gardeners are encouraged to join.

The individual plots do not provide food for sale but food is shared, not only within the group but also among the needy.

Phone: 02 4969 3070

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