Dromana Community Garden is located in Marna st Dromana (opposite the Tennis courts). We meet weekly and monthly for social group working bees. There are many types of jobs to do to suit everyone.
Monthly working bees, second Sunday each month 10 am - 12 pm
Dromana Community Garden is a relatively new community space on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. I was told about it yesterday and thought I’d drop in for a quick look on my way past. Come have a look with me.
Chris Brayne MLA on the BBQ on 14th February 2021
Connecting at the
BBQ on 14th February 2021
Let's all dig in and help out!
New members and committee volunteers needed!
Sign up as a community member or
join the committee!
The AGM will be held on
Tuesday 13th April at 5.30 pm
Contcat the Secretary Sam for details
We regularly meet on the Second Tuesday of the month at 5 pm for a 5.30 pm meeting start at the Dromana Community House , 15 Gibson street, Dromana. or in Zoom
Tea and coffee available.
We gather at the garden as a group and as individuals, to work on producing a share crop of fruits and vegetables as well as learning about gardening. We also hold regular working bees.
All friendly faces will be welcomed.
We need many hands, heart and mind to grow the garden, and importantly, many voices.
Please come along to help invigorate our committee group and share your thoughts and discuss ideas and plans for the garden.
2022 holds many possibilities for new community projects and partnerships. Here's a few we have in the pipeline.....
- beautiful swale drain constructions
- install water tanks
- create living and woven wall for our shelter
- build more garden beds, including table top accessible raised beds
- landscape more garden spaces incl. sensory garden and orchards
- extend compost areas to include worm farms and weed and compost tea stations
- monthly workshops
- children's events
- artist in residence workshops
- music events in the garden
A lovely morning spruiking our gardens at the Peninsula Specialist College careers expo. It was good to chat with the students and teachers who regularly visit and work hard at the gardens.
Thank you PSC!