Welcome to Concord Community Garden

Concord Community Garden

Canada Bay Council commenced work on a Community Garden partnership project with residents in March 2012 which has seen the development of a garden at Concord Community Centre. The garden is now well-established with a committed group of members continually working to improve it. We have a range of seasonal crops growing, several compost heaps and worm farms, and a brand new water tank.

There are a mix of individual and community plots, with 17 new beds added to the garden in 2013. New members are always welcome. You don’t need any special skills or equipment, just enthusiasm! We have members with a wide range of gardening abilities and all make an important contribution.

Please e-mail us or come along to one of our monthly meetings to find out more about how to get involved.

enquiries@concordcommunitygarden.org

How to join  (click the link)

Next meeting:  

 Next Working Bee Saturday 21 October   8am to 10 am

Then Saturday 3 November                 

LATEST NEWS :

President’s Report 2017-18

For all the news go to the News heading at the top of the page

Upcoming meetings:

Monthly Meeting:      Saturday   3 November 8am – 11am

Working Bee:              Saturday 17 November 8am -10am


  • Get Involved

    Come and join us. There are many ways to get involved, whether you like to plant trees, pick tomatoes, or build garden structures - there is something for everyone.
  • The Garden

    We are a community garden located behind Concord Community Centre driven by a committee of volunteers and supported by Canada Bay Council.
  • How we do it

    This is what you can learn on this website. Feel free to have a look.....
  • Donations

    We need your help!

    We are self funded and your donation of tools or money goes directly to our garden. How to Help

Build community and have fun.

We provide a colourful and attractive meeting place for people to mix with a group that is diverse in age, background and ability to form friendships and social bonds which contribute to a sense of community.

  • Our Purpose

    We develop and maintain a growing place where fresh organic food, herbs, fruit and flowers can be grown and harvested locally and a learning place for sharing knowledge with members and visitors about sustainability.

    We provide a colourful and attractive meeting place for people to mix with a group that is diverse in age, background and ability to form friendships and social bonds which contribute to a sense of community.

    We organise Open Days to showcase the garden and educate and help community members with their own gardening.

  • Partners

    An initiative of and supported by:

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