INFO SHEET: Community Gardening
Community gardens are found on land owned by local government, schools, churches and on state government social housing estates.
There are two types of community gardens:
shared gardens, in which gardeners work in the whole garden, doing whatever is needed at the time and taking a share of what they grow
allotment gardens, in which individuals or families have their own garden bed.
Many community gardens combine shared and allotment areas. Allotment holders are expected to help maintain the common areas of the community garden.
Learn more about the benefits, activities and their role in the community food movement by downloading the PDF below.