Mort Bay Community Garden

Mort Bay Community garden has raised communal beds meaning members can work on any of the beds and get to share all of the produce that is grown.

Gardeners work individually or in small groups, on socially distanced working bees on different days of the week.  All meetings happen outdoors and strictly follow COVID 19 rules.


 Mort Bay Park, Birchgrove (on the corner of Bay and Short Street, behind the John McMahon Child Care Centre)


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About the garden

Mort Bay Community Garden was established in 2012.  

The garden is dedicated to growing organic vegetables and sharing community knowledge. Situated in a public park and native bush environment, the garden offers healthy opportunities for the community to get involved.   School programs introduce children to gardening and the sources of their food.  The neighbourhood uses the community composting to reduce organic waste.

New members are always welcome with inductions and garden talks offered on a regular basis.  All garden beds are communal.  Members work together on the beds and share the fresh, locally grown food.

The garden is accessible to the public during the day.

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Page last updated: 13 May 2021