Community food gardens are local places where people can come and grow delicious healthy fresh fruit and vegetables together in a supportive and creative environment, socialise and get to know others in their neighbourhood.
Find out about how the gardens work, how you can join one, where the nearest garden is to you and how to apply for grant funding to start a new garden in your local area.
How do the gardens work and how do I join one?
Community gardens in the City of Stirling are run in partnership with the local community and the Council. To find out more about how each garden works and how you can join one, including costs and contacts for each garden
Go to About community food gardens
Where is my nearest garden?
The City of Stirling supports two established community food gardens and aims to support the establishment of one new garden per year in partnership with local neighbourhoods. Read below to find your nearest established community garden or how you can work with the City to set up a new garden in your area.
You can find it on the corner of Karrinyup Road and Huntriss Road in Gwelup (access off Huntriss Road). Find out more and how to get involved Go to Crossroads Community Garden
I don't have a local garden - how can I get funding and help to start a new garden?
If you would like to see a garden set up in your local area and you have time to volunteer and work with the City to do this with funding and support from the City Go to Community food garden grant program