Community Gardens & Composting

As part of our commitment to promote Environmental programs and initiatives, Addi Road is proud to host numerous thriving community gardens, nurseries and composting facilities across our nine acre heritage site.

We all have a role to play in reducing our environmental impact and we believe that a core component of what we can do as a local non-profit community centre is to promote sustainable practices, support locals to engage with our gardens and provide facilities for other community gardens and organisations to reach more and more people with their work.

The Addi Road Community Garden is run entirely by volunteers and provides a space to grow food locally and build community amongst interested residents all at once – if you’ve got even the slightest green thumb you’re welcome to come along and get involved. To find out more check out their website here.

The Addi Road Food Pantry in 2018 launched their own community garden here on site to help provide fresh fruit and vegetables to those who use our Food Pantry service. We’re excited about what this program will bring in 2019!

Addi Road also collaborates with local organisation HoboGro which provides education on composting, fertilizing and waste reduction to locals and students across the Inner West.

At A Glance

We all have a role to play in reducing our environmental impact and that’s why we’re proud to host numerous thriving community gardens, nurseries and composting facilities across our nine acre heritage site.

The gardens are entirely volunteer run and if you’ve got even the slightest green thumb you’re welcome to come down and get involved.

Getting Here

Our Centre is easily accessed by public transport with the 428 stopping directly outside on Addison Road. We also have bike racks on site and free and accessibility friendly parking available for all visitors. For more information on our site checkĀ Visitor Information.

Community Gardens & Composting

As part of our commitment to promote Environmental programs and initiatives, Addi Road is proud to host numerous thriving community gardens, nurseries and composting facilities across our nine acre heritage site.

We all have a role to play in reducing our environmental impact and we believe that a core component of what we can do as a local non-profit community centre is to promote sustainable practices, support locals to engage with our gardens and provide facilities for other community gardens and organisations to reach more and more people with their work.

The Addi Road Community Garden is run entirely by volunteers and provides a space to grow food locally and build community amongst interested residents all at once – if you’ve got even the slightest green thumb you’re welcome to come along and get involved. To find out more check out their website here.

The Addi Road Food Pantry in 2018 launched their own community garden here on site to help provide fresh fruit and vegetables to those who use our Food Pantry service. We’re excited about what this program will bring in 2019!

Addi Road also collaborates with local organisation HoboGro which provides education on composting, fertilizing and waste reduction to locals and students across the Inner West.

At A Glance

We all have a role to play in reducing our environmental impact and that’s why we’re proud to host numerous thriving community gardens, nurseries and composting facilities across our nine acre heritage site.

The gardens are entirely volunteer run and if you’ve got even the slightest green thumb you’re welcome to come down and get involved.

Getting Here

Our Centre is easily accessed by public transport with the 428 stopping directly outside on Addison Road. We also have bike racks on site and free and accessibility friendly parking available for all visitors. For more information on our site checkĀ Visitor Information.

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