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What is the Diversity Community Garden?
The Community Garden is a fun way to meet people from other cultures and to learn from each other how to grow fresh fruit, herbs and vegetables. Members of the Community Garden share the garden beds, the work and the produce. The garden is a place for learning, sharing and celebrating our multicultural communities.
At the Diversity Community Garden you can:
- Learn how to garden
- Grow and harvest fruit, herbs and vegies
- Share produce with other gardeners
- Learn what grows locally
- Discover what other cultures like to grow
- Share knowledge and skills
- Learn how to recycle and compost
- Develop cross-cultural friendships
- Join our multicultural events and celebrate cultural diversity through gardening, food and cooking
- Learn about water conservation
Who can attend?
The Garden is open to individuals who register as members of the Garden and complete an Induction. A small annual membership fee may apply. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Garden Orientation and Safety Induction sessions are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 10.00am – 11.00am.
What do I need to bring?
Just come along, get involved, make new friends and enjoy! BUT remember to:
- Sign in and sign out at Reception
- Report any hazards
- Wear covered shoes
- Sunhat, sun- screen
- Remember to keep up your fluids; bring a drink bottle and top up
- Wear gardening gloves
For more information call 4960 8248 or just come visit us at the Waratah Community Reserve – 2A Platt Street (Old Waratah Bowling Club).
Usual business hours are weekdays 9.00am to 4.30pm.
Share the garden beds.
Share the work.
Share the vegetables.