Access to safe, culturally appropriate and nutritionally adequate food is fundamental to human health. The City of Boroondara has a relative lack of social and economic disadvantage compared to other local government areas; however, there are still residents who struggle to access fresh and nutritious food. Less than half of our residents are not eating enough fruit and vegetables and there is evidence of increasing food prices. Some of the most vulnerable residents, such as rooming house tenants, people living with a disability and students, are going without meals.
This website provides a downloadable directory that offers a source of information for organisations and individuals about the services and support that are locally available to access healthy, affordable, fresh, and sustainable food in the City of Boroondara.
The information contained in the directory was correct at the time of publication (April 2015) however, some information may have changed and it is important that you contact the agencies directly to confirm details.
For any updates to the information listed in this directory, please call the City of Boroondara, Community Planning and Development Department on 9278 4753.