Doncaster Hill Community Garden
Located on the site of the old Doncaster Kindergarten and Child Health Care Centre, the Doncaster Hill Community Garden is a new way of visualising what a community space can look like.
Comprising of 24 temporary garden beds, the site is more a ‘shared backyard’ rather than your traditional plot garden. There are no fences, locked gates or private plots. The garden is open to all and welcomes anyone with a passion for growing food, meeting neighbours and volunteering.
While most of the produce gets donated to local charities and community food banks, volunteers are able to get involved in a host of fun and interesting activities including pesto making, picnics and gardening skills sessions that make the most out of our produce.
The garden gets a lot of help from children too, with kids from the local primary school, kindergarten and child care centre all lending a hand to plant, water and tend the garden.
Would you like to get involved? Email email@example.com for more information.
2017 Working Bee
The next community garden working bee is scheduled for Friday 24 February 2017, 9.30 am – 10.30 am at the community garden, located behind MC² (Manningham City Square), 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster.
Visit from Vasili’s Garden
The Doncaster Hill Community Garden recently had a visit by Vasili of the TV show Vasili’s Garden. Vasili (pictured above with community garden volunteers) spent a few hours with our Home Harvest team to teach them how to grow fresh organic home grown food without the use of chemicals.