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2024 Events & Workshops

Harvest Share

Sunday 25th February, 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Everyone is welcome to join us for our Harvest Share, focusing on gardening, home grown food and local produce. 

Bring your friends and neighbours to  wander through our productive garden, talk to our friendly gardeners, meet new people, have a cuppa, listen to some local music and celebrate local food growing and community. 

Are you a gardener or a foodie? Bring along any spare home grown produce or homemade food to share.

While this is not the venue to share household products, ornaments, clothing or books, it is the perfect opportunity to share the joys of our garden with your family and friends. 

Gold coin donation - No booking required

Propagation for Winter and Spring Harvests
Thursday 21st March, 9:30am - 12:30pm

Learn various methods of propagation, including starting from seed and using existing plants. This workshop will focus mainly on edibles and what to plant now for winter and spring crops, as well as general principles. You will take away some plants to grow at home.
Cost $6 - Booking essential - email bethaniabooking@gmail.com


Permaculture in Suburbia 
Sunday 5th May, 10:00am - 12:00pm and 12:30pm - 2:30pm 

(Participants to attend both sessions and bring their own refreshments for lunch.)
Permaculture is the conscious design and maintenance of productive ecosystems which have the diversity, stability, and resilience. Learn about its foundations and ethics and how these can be applied in an urban setting. 
Using the Community Garden as a demonstration, renowned presenter Michael Wardle will consider how permaculture can be incorporated into our own communities, homes, and lives.  
Free - Bookings essential - email bethaniabooking@gmail.com

Harvest Share

Sunday 26th May, 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Everyone is welcome to join us for our Harvest Share, focusing on gardening, home grown food and local produce. 

Bring your friends and neighbours to  wander through our productive garden, talk to our friendly gardeners, meet new people, have a cuppa, listen to some local music and celebrate local food growing and community. 

Are you a gardener or a foodie? Bring along any spare home grown produce or homemade food to share.

While this is not the venue to share household products, ornaments, clothing or books, it is the perfect opportunity to share the joys of our garden with your family and friends. 

Gold coin donation - No booking required

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