Thanks to WMCGG member Earl Proudly for this beautiful depiction of our community garden, which you can also see displayed on our noticeboard.
Happy New Year!
We have an exciting line-up of events ahead for 2016, including Weaving With Natural Grasses, Make Your Own Chemical Free Body/House Cleaning Products and Making A Wicking Garden Bed.
Check out our full list of public events here.
We also hold members only events throughout the year. If you are interested in becoming a member of WMCGG you can find more info on how to join us here.
We wish you a safe and sustainable 2016!
Our last Playgroup will be on Tuesday 15th December, recommencing Tuesday 12th January.
Our last Gardening Time will be Wednesday 16th December, recommencing Wednesday 13th January.
We wish all our members and our local community a safe, happy and peaceful holiday period, and look forward to another amazing year at Bethania Street Community Garden in 2016.
Founded by Jon Dee and Olivia Newton-John, ‘One Tree Per Child’ works with schools, councils, local tree planting groups and community organisations. Their aim is to get millions of children planting millions of trees!
Our community garden was lucky enough to receive a tree following the group’s Queensland launch at Lota State School.
Click the links below to find out more about One Tree Per Child and Do Something! an organisation that works to create and promote positive social and environmental change, also co-established by Jon Dee.
We recently hosted a Children’s Activity Morning at our community garden, for primary school aged children during the school holidays, thanks to some wonderful local volunteers who gave their time and shared their talents.
Children were invited to experiment with watercolour art, using colourful flowers from our garden as inspiration.
They also got to make a mini terrarium to take home, do a scavenger hunt and experiment with clay body painting.
We were also treated to some wonderful music and the children were able to have a turn at playing the instruments too!
It was a wonderful, relaxed morning and we hope that we have inspired our local school children to be part of our beautiful community garden.