Geelong West Community Garden Inc

The Geelong West Community Garden was established in 1985.

It is a wonderful facility for those who don't have room at home to grow vegetables and/or simply want to garden with others in a tranquil environment.

Gardeners share skills, information, seeds and produce. They enjoy the friendship and camaraderie that has developed and which really helps to strengthen and enrich our community.

We have 34 plots for members plus many shared facilities including three equipment sheds, fruit trees, a herb garden, a children's play area, a pizza oven, an outdoor kitchen and a sheltered area for recreation, workshops and meetings. The garden is also adorned with mosaic art sculptures created by local artist, Helen Millar, and community members.

As it is a community facility, we often host school groups and other organisations so that we can, in a sense, share what we have.

Listing details

Address: 129 Autumn Street, Geelong West 3218 VIC Australia
Organisation type: Community group or not-for-profit – incorporated
Affiliations: Comunity Gardens Network, co-ordinated by Amanda Stirrat. Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network Royal Horticultural Society of Victoria (our insurer)

Contact: Rosemary Nugent
Phone: 03 5221 7395
Email: [email protected]

Cost: Membership is $35 per annum, and members are required to maintain their plots plus commit to a minimum 10 hours annual active support for the garden in working bees etc to assist in maintaining the facilities.
Eligibility: commitment to the ethos and adherence to the rules of GWCG.
Waiting list: Yes - Membership is currently full and we have an extensive waiting list.
Public transport access: Yes - on Autumn Street bus route