Community Gardens

Community gardens provide an opportunity for people to grow food or other plants in a communal space. Growing food locally in a community garden is a great way to keep active, promote the consumption of a healthy diet, become a part of your local community, and reduce your impact on the environment.

Community gardens can consist of individual plots for personal use, a shared communal space, or a communal space where the food is grown for distribution to a charity.

While located on Council land, Community gardens are managed by Community Garden associations. If you are interested in becoming involved in Community Gardens, contact one of the Community Garden groups listed below:

Please Note: Community Gardens are very popular and many have a waitlist of several years for a plot. Please contact the garden directly if you would like to join the waitlist.