West Leederville Community Garden

Screen Shot 2016-07-24 at 9.27.41 PMWe have had a very busy 2015/2016

June is the time for re-allocation of the allotments.
If you wish to continue using your allotment at the garden, make sure you let commitee know of your intentions.
Here are the upcoming events.
July 30th:  Committee Meeting
August 17th : Earth Carer’s Course (click for more info)


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Here are some guides that you might find handy when visiting or embarking on your own gardening adventure.

Garden A-Z  For things like how the garden works, activities at the garden,   dogs, frogs and water,    tools, town and tourists…

How to make a… compost heap, instant garden bed, raised garden bed, wicking bed, worm farm…

The Answer Lies in the Soil   – about soil, manure, planting and pests.

Giving and Learning   – a record of the generous gift of the past, and opportunities for learning at the garden.

What to plant when   – from “Vegetable growing A guide for home Gardeners in Western Australia”,  GOVERNMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Department of Agriculture and Food.

Plant pests and diseases   – pictures from various sources.

Garden Induction Notes   – an overview of the Garden’s features as well as guide and support you in developing your allotment.

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The garden is open Saturday between 2 – 4 pm. Please feel free to come by and have a chat with one of us.

Please do contact us using the form below or through our Facebook page if you wish to be added to the wait list.
Annual fees:
Full allotment – $120.00 pa plus $60.00 bond
Half allotment – $60.00 pa plus $30.00 bond
General garden membership – $30.00 no bond.
All bonds will be returned to members vacating allotments left in good condition. Bonds will not be returned if vacated allotments are untidy and overgrown.
Click here to download our joining info pack

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The Community Garden on Cambridge Street, West Leederville opened in June 2007, and has been a bigger and faster success than we dared imagine. There are communal areas with herbs, vegetables, worm farms, compost bays and an orchard.

The garden can be found behind some sheltering trees on Cambridge Street, opposite Abbostford St, and between the Leederville Sportsman’s Club and some apartment buildings. There is a generous carpark just next door, but of course you will enjoy the walk or cycle to get there if you can! We are delighted with our new bicycle parking facilities, provided by the Town of Cambridge.

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78 Cambridge Street, West Leederville
(near the Bowling Club and Rose Garden)

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Find us here on Facebook or use the form below

Growing Community