Community Gardens

Due to COVID-19 Community Gardens are not taking on new members or visitors.  Please contact your local garden via phone or email for their latest news.

Community Gardens are a community space where people come together to grow their own fruit and vegetables and learn about gardening.

Some people have their own plots, others share a plot. All community gardens are different, that is part of their charm, they may include:

  • Sensory garden
  • Cooking facilities
  • Accessible/disability friendly
  • Social activities
  • Training
  • Art projects
  • Seed saving
  • Family days
  • Working bees
  • Individual and group plots
  • Links to other groups
  • Undercover area

Community Gardens Locations

Backyard Community Garden

Langwarrin Community Centre Inc.
2 Lang Road, Langwarrin
P. 9789 7653
E. reception@langwarrincc.org.au
W. langwarrincc.org.au

Down's Estate Community Project

190 Old Wells Rd, Seaford
P. 0437 025 981
E. downsestate@gmail.com
W. www.seafordcc.org/DECP/

Garden for Life

53 Kareela Rd, Frankston
At the back of Coffee on Kareela
P. 0434 868 685

Groundswell Community Garden

Montague Park, Bentley Place
Frankston
P. 0409 556 150
E. admin@groundswell.org.au
W. groundswell.org.au

Joy of the Earth Community Garden

Kananook Community Gardens

Kananook Reserve 
Kirkwood Avenue (entry from carpark next to pavilion)
Seaford
E. kananookcg@gmail.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/KananookCommunityGarden/

Langwarrin Community Garden

Pines Patch Community Garden

14 Stringybark Crescent (Behind the Pines Men's Shed)
Frankston North
E. contact@pinespatch.com

Seaford Food Forest

Newton Street, Seaford
FB. @seafordfoodforest
W. SeafordCommunityFoodForest

Potential Sites for Community Gardens in Frankston City