Connect-and-grow with your local Sunshine Coast Community Garden

Whether you are new to the Sunshine Coast or have been here all your life, Community gardens are a great way to meet people, share or learn gardening skills, grow your own food, compost, prepare and enjoy foods and more.

These gardens provide an opportunity to learn about sustainable living. They also help build a sense of community and support your well-being and connection with the environment.

Get involved

Find community gardening initiatives near you to get involved:

Share a garden

There are always new gardens emerging, if you know of a Community Garden that might be on private land, a community centre or other - that also welcome broader community participation, let us know

Start a garden

Locally, Sunshine Coast Council provides advice for people and community groups to start a community garden.

You can apply to start a community garden if your proposal meets these guidelines. Contact council to start your application.

You can also register to join other community volunteer programs. Help maintain parks or restore natural areas through great programs like Bushcare Sunshine Coast.

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