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Gnarojin Community Garden

The Gnarojin Community Garden is situated on Hale Street in Narrogin where the old Railway Bowling Green used to be.


The Garden beds are not for hire, instead the Garden Management Committee along with volunteers maintain the beds and the eventual produce is shared or sold at the Narrogin Farmers’ Market which is held in the Garden’s ground every 2nd Saturday of every 2nd Month.

Features at the Garden include access for people with a disability, a plant and seedling nursery, chook shed, different compost systems, a reading library, comfy chairs and a tea/coffee making facility as well as a quiet place to sit and breathe!

The Garden is accessible to the public all the time.

Members meet up every Saturday morning to catch up, have a cuppa and work together in the Garden. Membership for singles or families is free, although a donation would be appreciated. For Corporate Groups there is a fee.

To obtain a membership form or to contact the Garden for any queries, please phone 0474 438 154.

 

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