Community gardens are places where people come together to grow fresh food, to learn, relax and make new friends. Community gardeners know that sharing land to grow food and other plants builds a sense of place and community.
The Long Gully Community Garden commenced in 2002 in response to a community need to increase pride and identity, health and wellbeing as well as addressing the aspect of community safety and socialisation.
There are 28 raised garden beds - suited to those who are elderly or have special needs. Small and large garden beds are available for a low yearly fee.
Some people have found the garden to be a great place to go and visit, just to sit and have a cuppa in the shed or under a tree and listen to the birds and smell the flowers.
A place where you don't have to have a green thumb, you just have to have the time.
Community gardening benefits include:
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