The Gwandalan & Summerland Point Community Garden is a tranquil and relaxing space that attracts abundant and diverse birdlife. An organic garden with the motto: Recycle, remake, reuse. They have native bees, a frog pond and lots of beneficial plantings for the bees. They gladly welcome new members.
The Gwandalan & Summerland Point Community Garden is set in the middle of a Landcare site in beautiful parkland. Entrance to the garden is via a short walk (about 100 metre walk) from the road through natural bushland. It will be well signposted during the edible garden trail.
The garden is a very tranquil place to be and attracts abundant and diverse birdlife. The Gwandalan & Summerland Point Community Garden is an organic garden, and our motto is: Recycle, remake, reuse. We have native bees, a frog pond and plenty of plantings for the bees. Our garden is also surrounded with native plants on two sides for the bees.
The garden is a great place to relax. You don’t have to be a gardener to join us, we are always happy to teach our members to garden. There are great rewards to know you have grown what you are eating and it is very important to us to teach people how to feed themselves organically. There will be someone on hand on the Saturday and Sunday to talk to you about the garden and answer all of your questions.
Access is along a level and well kept fire trail service path, approx 100metres from the road.
No set tour times but there will be someone on hand both days to answer any questions and show visitors around the garden.