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
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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

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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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