Welcome to the Graceville Community Garden

The Graceville Community Garden was officially established in May 2010 and operates as a shared space, aiming to:

  • Strengthen communities and families
  • Educate children and others about sustainability
  • Grow food and other plants
  • Beautify the suburb and act as a place for community arts
  • Care for the environment.

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15 Oct 2009 - A Blank Canvas
29 May 2010 - Garden Plan Drafted
8 June 2010 - Making A Start
20 Jul 2010 - Garden Beds Taking Shape
21 Aug 2010 - Starting to Plant
12 Sep 2010 - New Lush Growth
13 Jan 2011 - Brisbane Floods
23 Mar 2011 - Recovery Underway
7 May 2011 - Shade House Erected

Latest Garden News

Created by Louise Olsen on 9 Oct 2016 - 7:58pm

Very productive working bee today, new turkey proofing infrastructure thanks to Liz, Alice, James and Clara and propagating rosellas with little helpers for Sherwood community festival.

Created by Louise Olsen on 25 Sep 2016 - 1:47pm

Beautiful morning in the garden with lots of little helpers - big thanks to all the energetic lads in the garden today!

Created by Louise Olsen on 18 Sep 2016 - 1:29pm

A wet morning at the garden today but perfect for more planting. Okra and cucumber were planted today.

Created by Louise Olsen on 11 Sep 2016 - 12:04pm

The garden looked radiant after the rain. Lots of flowers in the bush tucker garden. 

Created by Louise Olsen on 4 Sep 2016 - 8:04pm

We had a great start to our first Sat arvo working bee on the first Sat of each month. 

Created by Louise Olsen on 1 Sep 2016 - 2:39pm

Please join us for our inaugural "First Saturday of the month" working bee from 3pm until dusk. First Saturday of the month afternoon working bees will commence from Saturday 3rd Sep from 3pm - dusk. Please come and join the fun and bring a plate for a potluck supper.

Created by Tim Auld on 27 Apr 2015 - 4:28pm

Around 25 people representing 7 community gardens from as far as Gatton and the Sunshine coast visited us on the 18th of April for the annual network gathering. The local councillor Nicole Johnston also attended.

Created by Tim Auld on 12 Apr 2015 - 4:14pm

On Saturday the 18th of April Graceville Community Garden is hosting the annual community garden network gathering. We invite members of other community gardens and other interested people to visit our garden for the day and discuss relevant issues, have a tour of the garden, participate in small workshops and show off their own garden.

Created by Tim Auld on 7 Apr 2014 - 11:18am

As usual there is a lot going on at the garden. We already had two worm farms - one a 'Worm Cafe' style plastic tiered system, the other a bath tub.

Created by Tim Auld on 17 Feb 2014 - 9:03am

The garden members have been plugging away at our various projects over the last 6 months. We've completed some important and valuable infrastructure.