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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

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