Naracoorte Community Garden
The community garden is located on Stewart Terrace, Naracoorte adjacent to the Naracoorte Basketball/Squash stadium.
- Garden Plots are 2m wide and 9m long
- An annual membership fee is due each year in July
- A Garden shed has been provided for gardeners shared use
- Produce grown cannot be sold for private profit but can be donated to persons or groups of the members choosing
- Good water conservation practices are in place
- Garden plots must be maintained to a minimum standard
- Each gardener must assist with the general maintenance of the community garden
How to become involved
- Contact Naracoorte Lucindale Council
- Register your interest in obtaining a garden plot
- Participate in the Open Garden Day’s activities
The Community Garden follows organic gardening principles:
- Organic pest management
- Organic management of weeds
- Beneficial use of mulch
- Companion planting
Water saving practices are used.
Composting is encouraged.
Produce and seedling sharing are also encouraged.
For further information on Naracoorte's Community Garden contact Council.
About Community Gardens
- Community Gardens promote the enjoyment of a wide variety of fresh, locally grown produce.
- Community Gardens provide opportunities for teaching gardeners and the broader community about healthy food.
- Community gardens provide opportunities for recreation and exercise.
- Community gardens improve the quality of urban environments.
- Community gardens are often a space for community members of diverse cultural backgrounds to practise and share traditional and contemporary expressions of their culture.