About The Warrnambool Community Garden

The Warrnambool Community Garden Project started in late 2005 with the purpose of creating a gathering place where members of the community can meet, grow food, share knowledge, learn and practice sustainable living.

In 2007, after much hard work by many individuals, a site was secured – 2 acres of unused land near the corner of Grieve Street & Grafton Road and work is well underway on this suburban oasis.

Anyone is welcome to join our group and be a part of this project.
We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the HUB building at the Garden

You don’t need to have any gardening experience or special skills of any sort, just enthusiasm and a desire to improve our community and our planet!

If you would like more information, please feel free to get in touch with us:

email: info@communityhub.net.au or call 0429 928 511

We gratefully acknowledge the support of Warrnambool City Council, Warrnambool CoastCare/LandCare Group, PilotLight Foundation and the South West Community Foundation, Powercor, Pontings, Gyprock, The Standard, 3YB Coast-FM, Sustainability Victoria, Warrnambool Emergency Plumbing


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