Francis Street Community Garden

The Francis Street Community Garden is a pocket park conversion, taking up the back half of the park. The garden is unfenced and organic.


Between 25 and 26 Francis Street, Enmore


Visit the Francis Street Community Garden website 

Working bees

Large working bees occur 2-3 times per year when seasons change to tidy up garden beds and mulch.  Typically these are held on the weekend.

About the garden

The garden features shared common plots, a water tank, Gaudi-esque mosaic pathway, exotic fruit trees, olive trees, an abundance of herbs and a birdbath for the local blue wrens. The garden also features artwork painted by the local children and a grassy knoll.

An oasis close to the busy intersection of Enmore and Edgeware Roads, this garden is a living example of community concern for engagement, the environment and urban food growing.
The garden is accessible to the public during the day.

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Page last updated: 13 May 2021