Why volunteer?

Every two weeks or so a bunch of Gympie Community Garden members come to the garden for a short time to clean and de-cap bottles for recycling. This is an extremely valuable fundraiser for our community garden; it helps pay for our garden to come to fruition. The beautiful people who come are incredibly generous

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Our President hero

Graham Chapman has been with the community gardens since its beginning. Over the years he has done just about everything you could do in a garden and more. He has dug, raked, built, watered, hosed, mowed, shared produce, wheelbarrowed, hoed, planted, weeded, advised, mulched, fertilised, harvested, pruned, shovelled, picked and more. Over the past few

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Heads up!

Our meeting for December has been moved to Saturday 19, December at 8.30am (we will have a short working bee beforehand when it is cooler). We had to change the date, because we were offered a valuable sausage sizzle at Bunnings on 12 December. Many thanks to those who have offered to help with the

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Round Up?

No we are not using Round Up! As you will see in our objectives, our garden is based on permaculture principles. We are featured in the council’s December 2019 RoundUp magazine! Please have a read of all the benefits a community garden can bring to a place like Gympie… as far as we can tell

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