Community Garden

garden001_highres.jpg

Chapel Street Community Garden (CSCG) promotes the growing of fresh, organic produce in a community setting. Since it was opened in May 2012 the garden has grown and the CSCG has installed a pergola, BBQ, pizza oven, rain garden and aqua garden.

The community garden was set up with the support of the City of Burnside and officially opened in May 2012. The garden is run by a passionate group of community members who meet monthly to guide working bee activities and the development of the garden.
On Saturday 25th October 2013, the group celebrated the installation of three new garden beds, pergola, rain garden, aqua garden, raised bed, pizza oven, BBQ and Scarecrow.

Open Days

pergola_pizza_oven_n_bench.jpg

Members of the public are warmly invited to join the community at monthly open days on the third Saturday of each month. This is an opportunity to meet the community, help out in the garden and find out more about how to get involved.

Any members of the public who are interested in being part of the community garden's success are encouraged to contact CSCG at 8331 9344 (Monday - Friday 9 am - 1 pm) or chapelstgarden@morialtauca.org.au.

Further Information

For further information please see CSCG's Rules and Guidelines(PDF, 338KB) or visit  the Kitchen Gardens SA website which provides information, workshops and events to assist and promote community gardens in South Australia.

Burnside Council is proud to partner with Do Something's FoodWise campaign to help reduce food waste. FoodWise is supported by inspirational world leading chefs like Maggie Beer, Fast Ed and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and stars like Paul McCartney and Olivia Newton John.

The FoodWise website has information on sustainable eating, recipes and food waste as well as information about proper food storage, composting, growing your own food and educational articles and videos.

Use the FoodWise Recipe Finder and select recipes that use common foods already in your kitchen cupboards or fridge.