General Community Facilities
We may have volunteer positions available for the right person. Contact us to discuss
Coffs Community Gardens is a not-for-profit, incorporated association, established in 2010.
Our members are local volunteers committed to: Grow local, organic vegetables & fruit; Grow community connections (especially for refugees and persons with a disability); Hold gardening workshops; Hold celebration events; Preserve the food & seed of spray-free crop cultivars; Promote healthy eating, waste reduction and recycling.
Our guests are local residents and visitors who seek the knowledge, experience, and food of growing organic, small-scale crops and fruit trees.
We welcome new members, and invite interested guests to attend our events.
Quick Facts About The Region
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Disabled access This location does not have disabled access
Accessible By Anyone
Access Fee Contact us for details
Age Ranges From 20 to 80 years of age
We are a 1-2min walk through a small park, from the south via Combine St, or from the north via the intersection of William St and Caltowie Pl (just South of the tennis courts).
Site locked until a member unlocks the gate. Toilet is a basic compost loo. Undercover we have a fridge, barbecue, kettles, tables & chairs, and more. Around the main structure we have over 30 garden beds to grow food in.
We have different activities for interested persons of various abilities. Mobility challenges sometimes include muddy and uneven ground. For gardening please bring appropriate weather protection, steel-cap boots, your food & drink, and any medicines.
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We exist to facilitate organic community gardening in our region.Visit Coffs Community Gardens website