Acton Community Garden
The ANU Community Garden is a place for students, staff and everyone else to get their hands dirty and grow some food. Since September 2015 the Canberra Environment Centre has completed a number of projects in the garden in order to re-establish it as a food producing paradise.
Two Work for the Dole programs are continuing in 2017, alongside a LEAD disability program, three days a week.
The garden is open to keen beans of all skill levels, all year round.
Get involved by:
- Coming along to a weekly Wednesday afternoon gardening bee (from 3pm, the same time as Cycle Jam) or dropping by at ANY time Tuesday to Thursday
- Free lunch on Thursday – from 12:30pm we fire up our wood-fired pizza oven and make pizza with produce from the garden. It's a great time to come and check out the garden and meet the CEC community
- Using the space for education, research or therapeutic purposes. Have an idea? Let us know by visiting, calling on 6248 0885 or emailing us at email@example.com
- Joining the ANU Gardening Club here
everyone is welcome and encouraged to join us in the garden for any period of time from Tuesdays to Thursdays 9:00am to 5:00pm each week.
If you need a break from your studies or you just want to help out and take home some fresh veggies or simply want to learn a thing or two about growing your own food, come down and say hello.
The garden is right here at the Canberra Environment Centre and we would love to see you down here to share some stories, get your hands dirty and eat fresh veggies from the garden.