The Busselton Community Garden aims to provide a space for recreation and social interaction, a place to encourage and educate the community about sustainable organic gardening, sharing and increasing knowledge in the practices of permaculture.
Take a walk through the gardens and orchard note the rainwater tanks, established grey water systems, solar panels, chicken sanctuary, worm farms and composting facilities, the makings of an amazing sustainable environment.
Act locally and think globally!
The gardens are a special place to host community events, promote local art and foster co-operation between other community groups and organisations - whilst promoting continual community engagement in establishing a culture of generosity, trust and self-help with the encouragement of community pride.
Nestled amongst the community gardens is peppermint cottage, an eco-house, that runs off rainwater tanks and solar panels and is the home to Pepi Café, serving wholesome nourishing vegetarian food, harvested from their garden plots.
Busselton Community Garden
48/50 Strelly St, Busselton WA 6280, Australia
4.8 (20 Google reviews)
Rebecca Bryen19 March 2023
I love love love this place! the Owner is so proud of her cooking-
always quiet enough- the willy wag tail on the tables is the treat of going there.
love the tuna rissoles
Gavin Honeybun17 November 2022
Nice to wonder round and see locals tending to their veggie gardens. Seedlings and plants also for sale
Yeyen Sladden16 January 2020
I went to Community Garden with all children in my care after nearly half of the year absent. Nothing change but wishing that the playground area especially in front of the slide would be a little bit covered as today's temperature was 36° just around11.30am.
Wendy Louise20 September 2020
Comfort food, just like Mum used to make. Pots of tea with tea cosies on the verandah are the best medicine with the the sound of the chickens and rooster in the background.
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