Kalamunda Community Garden

Address Of GardenHeadingly Hill House, 8 Lindsay Street Kalamunda WA 6076
Brief Description Of GardenAn organic space at an historic house where the community comes together to learn and share together how to grow, preserve and cook their harvest. Facebook: www.facebook.com/KalamundaCommunityGarden
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Group Or OrganisationGrow It Yourself
Contact NameLisa - Chairperson
Contact Emailenquiries@kalamundacommunitygarden.info
Contact Phone Number0429 723 982
Current Garden Events / InformationWe have monthly workshops/talks in the garden and Busy Bees are roughly fortnightly but a calender will be available to view on our web page. Postal address: PO Box 1367 Kalamunda WA 6926
Year Founded on Current Site2013
Public Access Garden currently under construction
Accessibilty Features
  • Universal access entries and paths
  • Raised garden beds
Style Of Garden Combination of allotment and communal (or shared) gardens
Garden Features And Amenities
  • Vegetable and herb plantings
  • Composting and worm farming systems
  • Orchard
  • Outdoor meeting space
Size of Site (in square metres)0
Garden Land
  • Local government land
  • Garden Management Model
  • Community self-managed
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