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City farms and community gardens are better found than hidden why not list your farm or garden on our map?


The Network... a community-based organisation linking people interested in city farming, community gardening and community food systems around Australia.

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Latest stories

  1. ABC Gardening Australia — free-range worms

    So… If you haven’t been watching lately check the Permaculture Interpretive Garden in Randwick, NSW on ABC Gardening Australia this Sat 24 June 2016 about free-range worms...
  2. In the Goody Patch

    Looking for design ideas for your community garden? Take a trip to Adelaide, South Australia, and make the short journey to the suburb of Goodwood. There, occupying part of a city park, you will find the Goody Patch Commuity Garden.

Plant stories

  1. Advice: bugs on citrus

    Our local new community garden in Ashburton (inner Melbourne) had decided to not use chemicals. Now, there are some bugs on the citrus and things like that do happen....
  2. Edible roots for the community garden

    Root crops are carbohydrate staples that deserve space in the community garden. The variety of edible roots makes them a fascinating crop type to cultivate. Plant them in large clumps as a shared crop...
  3. Fast fruits

    FAST, TASTY, ABUNDANT — the fast fruits are suitable for even small community gardens. Fast fruits are suitable for the community garden because they...

Garden stories

  1. Healing gardens at Perth City Farm

    Story by Toni Salter, September 2015... Perth City Farm is certainly an example of how many different people can experience wholeness through spending time in the garden.


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About the network

acfcgn_twitter-sq-lt-blueThe Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network (ACFCGN) connects community gardens and city farms around Australia.

Ours is a community-based organisation where people interested in city farms, community gardening, food gardening in schools and other community food systems share their stories, their knowledge, their ideas.

Within its limits, the Network:

  • advocates on behalf of community gardeners and city farms

  • provides education and information on our website and social media

  • advises local government, institutions and communities interested in establishing community gardens

  • documents the development of community gardening in Australia

  • is available to the media.


RSS LATEST LISTINGS — map directory

  • Clovelly Park Community Garden July 2, 2016
    SA : Clovelly Park Clovelly Park Community Garden is a shared space with the local school. It's a place where people young and old can come together and grow food and share knowledge  for the benefit of all.  ... CONTACT:
  • Derwent Valley Community House Garden June 22, 2016
    TAS : New Norfolk Derwent Valley Community Garden is operated by the Derwent Valley Community House Inc. (Ph(03) 6261 5230).  Produce from the garden is used for the free community lunch every Wednesday and Thursday, and is also available for purchase from the Community House.  Both the Communtiy House and the Garden are located in […]
  • Perth City Farm June 20, 2016
    WA : east perth Perth City Farm is a place that nurtures community for people of all ages and backgrounds.  We focus on the relationships between people and the environment, society, and one another. ... CONTACT: Rosanne Scott
  • The Spire Community Garden June 10, 2016
    SA : Adelaide The vision for The Spire Community Garden is to grow food, grow community and make connections.We want to create a place where everyone can feel welcome, gain access to organically grown vegetables and build a strong local community.Whilst we have had a productive garden on the site before, the new garden team […]
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