Our Map Directory is Australia's most ambitious attempt to provide up-to-date contacts and locations for all of our community gardens. Jump straight to the Map, set up a search, and see what's growing!
If you are actively involved in city farms and community gardens in Australia, join us in Perth on Saturday 1 October as we celebrate 20 years of networking city farms and community gardens around Australia. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL by Tuesday 27 October to help us with catering and make sure that our venue is big enough to cater for the number of bookings...
Call out! Northey Street City Farm is seeking low impact makers, crafters, artists, herbalists and clothing designers committed to using ecologically friendly practices and re-purposed items and materials.
Transitions Film Festival is returning to Cinema Nova this February 18 with an inspirational line up of world-changing films. To celebrate, we have a double pass to give away to Plant This Movie, screening Thursday 25 February at 6:30pm...
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...
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.
We are launching the expansion of our community garden on 24 October 2015 — The Friendship Garden Spring Party — celebrating environment, community & sustainability. Interested in having a community garden stall at the event?
The 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