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Bungam Community Garden

The name of the garden comes from its location on the edge of Bungambrawatha Creek, which is the largest creek in the area.

Located on the corner of Creek Street, Englehardt Street and Stanley Street in central Albury, the Bungam Community Garden was established in partnership with the  local residents and support from Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga and Chep Pallets.

Beginning in July 2015, local residents from the surrounding neighbourhood have adopted garden beds to enjoy gardening in a shared space. The garden is all about growing produce, beautifying the public space and enjoying the company of neighbours and friends.

The name of the garden comes from its location on the edge of Bungambrawatha Creek, which is the largest creek in the area. The creek runs north to south through the city from Lavington and discharges into the Murray River near the Albury Botanic Gardens. The community garden is easily accessible by the Bungambrawatha Creek Trail.

Feel free to take a look around the gardens but please respect the hard work of the volunteer gardeners and do not help yourself.

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Community gardens provide a space for like-minded individuals to get their hands dirty in a communal area, the opportunity to learn about gardening from the basics to the more advanced and brings together people from different areas, backgrounds and cultures to work as a community.

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