AlburyCity supports and encourages community gardens as a valuable recreational activity. Community gardening contributes to the health and wellbeing of the wider community and provides a range of environmental stewardship, social and educational and community benefits.
There are currently 5 community gardens across the Albury Local Government Area. If you are interested in joining, please email the community development team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 6023 8111.
Est. 2020 David Street, Albury
Billson Community Garden aims to build community connections, social interaction and a sense of belonging to the local neighborhood. The community comes together to grow food and other plants, learn new skills and meet new people. Regular working bees are held on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month.Learn More
Est. 2015 Cnr Engelhardt and Stanley Street, Albury
Bungam Community Garden is all about growing produce, beautifying the public space and enjoying the company of neighbours and new friends. The name of this garden comes from its location on the edge of Bungambrawatha Creek, and is easily accessed by the Bungambrawatha Creek Trail.Learn More
Est. 2016 Broad Street, East Albury
The East Albury CommUnity Garden (TEACUP) has evolved into a green community space. The inspiration comes from an enthusiastic group of locals, excited about the development of this community space. The mantra is a "why not? Let's try" attitude. This has resulted in seed gathering, self-sowing areas and even potato plots. Regular working bees are held on the last Sunday of the month from 10am and a social gathering on the 2nd Friday of the month at 5pm.Learn More
Est. 2017 Cnr Panmure and Plummer Street, South Albury
Plummer Park Community Garden is installed in the well-loved neighbourhood playground. It boasts 22 garden beds with a variety of plantings.Learn More
Est. 2018 Sarson Road, Norris Park, Albury
Norris Park Community Garden is located in the family-friendly Anne Hogan Playground. The gardens have 12 garden beds with a variety of plantings.Learn More
If you are interested in establishing a new garden, please refer to the Community Garden Guidelines.