New city park adds education to recreation

How do you combine an area of boring, low quality lawn, a gas barbecue and a few tables and bench seats and a couple council education courses into a cohesive area of public open space?

The answer: create a new kind of public open space.

That was the challenge and solution to the desolate area of land adjacent

to one end of the Randwick Community Centre building. Now, funding, imagination and good design have turned that boring area of low quality lawn into a real PIG—a Permaculture Interpretive Garden.








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