Update 6 November 2017: The call for expressions of interest to join the Earl Street Garden Working group is now closed. Learn more and get the latest updates about the Earl Street Community Garden project.
Following community consultation with Kew residents, we are making land available on the corner of Earl and Willsmere streets for a community garden where residents can grow and share fresh, seasonal produce. We need your input to develop an agreed vision, layout design and management structure for the garden.
An Earl Street Garden Working Group, comprising 15 local residents will collaborate in five planning sessions from November 2017 to February 2018. The Working Group will develop a concept plan that reflects the needs and aspirations of the local Boroondara community.
Sign me up!
If you’d like to be part of the Earl Street Garden Working Group, please complete this short Expression of Interest (EOI) questionnaire. We’ll get back to you by Friday 3 November 2017, with the first planning session taking place Saturday 11 November.
Please note, there are only 15 places available in the Working Group so submit your EOI as soon as possible. The EOI closes on Thursday 2 November 2017.
Community gardens are a great way to stay active, meet like-minded people, and grow some delicious fresh food. Find out about community gardens and food sharing in Boroondara.