Plots available at Fairfield Community Garden

We are on the look out for enthusiastic, community minded folk who would like to take on a plot at our fabulous garden. You can find out more by contacting one of the committee members. Please go to our new website https://fairfieldcommunitygarden.wordpress.com/get-involved/  

New website

Fairfield Community Garden now has a website.

Many hands make light work

Workers at Fairfield Community Garden’s July working bee were treated with glorious winter sunshine and good company. The industrious crew emptied a compost bin, created new strawberry plots, replanted boots and laid mulch… all before morning tea time. The Annual General Meeting was held over a hearty spread and we celebrated the achievements of the past year, such as fruit tree planting, growth of … Read More

Spring has well and truly sprung at Fairfield Community Garden

There was much activity and colour at the September working bee, and the garden is now home to a jolly scarecrow, vibrant flags, painted planter boxes and happy new plot holders. Spring was celebrated! Our recent drive to attract new members has been very successful and all the available plots have now been allocated. We still encourage anyone who wants … Read More

Plots available at Fairfield Community Garden

Fairfield Community Garden has new plots available. The community garden is comprised of approximately 20 plots that are rented out annually by individuals or families who reside in the local area, or by community groups engaged in sustainable activities and which are able to contribute consistently to the garden culture. If you are interested in joining the garden you can … Read More

Bootiful Ideas

How cool is this, the St Anthony’s Primary School children are collecting old shoes and boots, and planting them up as individual gardens. Check them out and feel free to donate extra apparel.

Fairfield Community Garden

The Fairfield Community Garden is located at the end of Hamilton Street, Fairfield in between the train line and walkway to Station Street. The community garden was established approximately 12 years ago and is an initiative of Interact Fairfield Disability Services. It is a dynamic work space, all the time developing according to the energies and interests of participants. It … Read More