The community garden was established approximately 14 years ago and is an initiative of Interact Fairfield Disability Services. It is a dynamic workspace, all the time developing according to the energies and interests of participants. It has recently begun a new phase of consolidation and development.
The Fairfield Community Garden is comprised of approximately 20 plots that are rented out annually by individuals or families who reside in the local area, or by community groups engaged in sustainable activities and which are able to contribute consistently to the garden culture.
The Fairfield Community Garden is located at the end of Hamilton Street Fairfield in between the train line and walkway to Station Street. Once you get to the end of Hamilton Street you will be in front of the Interact building – just follow the fence-line along until you get to the garden.
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