Text Size: Normal | Large

Gnarojin Community Garden Inc.

The Gnarojin Community Garden is open to the community to help tend to the garden, get some fresh air, learn about gardening and meet new people.

Garden activities include garden preparation, compost making, seeding and planting, nursery maintenance, watering and weeding, manuring and mulching, poultry husbandry and care harvesting produce, Farmers Markets, gardening workshops, getting together for a chat and many others. Features at the garden include: access for people with a disability, café facilities, BBQ, reading library, comfy chairs.

Date: open most days, phone 9881 3490 to check program

Time: 10.00 am – 3.30 pm

Location: Hale Street, Narrogin

Contact/RSVP details: Avril Baxter on 9881 3490, Tuesday - Frday

ABC Pledges

Latest News & Updates

Don't let winter rain on your parade!

Don't let winter rain on your parade!

It’s that time of year again where the daylight gets shorter, the weather cools down and our lakes and dams start to fill up again. For some people, this time of year is particularly difficult as the change of season can lead to a decrease in physical activity and leave people feeling unhappy and isolated from friends and family.

The change in weather doesn’t have to negatively affect our mental health, there are many great ways to stay active, belong and commit throughout winter!

Read more...
What is Act-Belong-Commit?

What is Act-Belong-Commit?

Act-Belong-Commit is a mental health promotion campaign that encourages individuals to take action to protect and promote their own mental wellbeing.

Read more...
New research shows that acting, belonging and committing can prevent mental 'ill' health in older adults

New research shows that acting, belonging and committing can prevent mental 'ill' health in older adults

This just released ground-breaking research showcased the results of a three year longitudinal study in Ireland. A team of international researchers from Spain, Denmark and Australia investigated whether Acting-Belonging-Committing prevented depression, anxiety and cognitive decline in people over 50. The results were very clear: they found the more people Acted, Belonged and Committed, the less likely they were to suffer from depression, anxiety and a decline in their cognitive functioning over those years.

Read more...
Partner with us!

Partner with us!

We are seeking to partner with organisations who share a vision for a mentally healthy WA.  If your group or organisation offers opportunities for mentally healthy engagement, strives to improve individual and community wellbeing; or is keen to change the way people think about mental health, you may like to consider partnering with us. 

Read more...