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Grow, learn, produce and share...
A place where all people are welcome to come to for:
growing and sharing food.
community education and learning about organic gardening and sustainable living.
community events and gatherings for networking and friendship.
Our vision is that our community will be able to produce its own food and have the knowledge, skills and passion to live sustainably.
At the corner of Derby & Grieve Street.
Enter off Grieve Street anytime the gate is open.
Take a tour
For individual, school or group tours,
contact Rob (Convenor) on 0438 308 755
Want to get involved?
Become a member and work in communal areas or rent a plot.
Volunteer on of the any mornings at the bottom of this article.
Take a tour of our large site and find out about it's history, including the Miura Friendship Garden.
Come to the market and get some locally grown, fresh produce every Wednesday afternoon.
Join a working group including growing vegetables, herbs, bush foods and natives , and caring for chooks.
Check out our award winning quarry space.
Come to an event or try a workshop to learn new skills.
Learn about our work or discuss an excursion with our team.
Read our past newsletters.
Give us a like on social media, we're on Facebook and Instagram.
Make a suggestion on what you would like to see us to do.
Ask us a question.
We acknowledge the Peek Whurrong people of the Maar nation as the original custodians of the land on which we meet and garden. Our garden adjoins a significant place, we continue to learn its history as we work together in a spirit of reconciliation.
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