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This is such a good idea and a way to bring the community together! We took a walk around here and it was great to see different generations learning and interacting with each other. Take a walk around if you have time :)
Located in St Kilda, located in back streets behing the Cafe Strip & Luna park, we stumbled on it on our walk back from breakfast on a Sunday morning , nice gardens with locals growing fruit & vegetables.
Always worth a visit no matter what time of year. We just love seeing what people can achieve in even a wee patch of soil. So great to see all the work that goes into these allotments. Great to chat with the gardeners as well....More
We stumbled across the community garden whilst going for a Saturday walk. What a great little place. It was nice to the kids playing there, people gardening and growing their own vegetables. What a great initiative. Would be great if there could be more places...More
The Veg Out Community Gardens are in St Kilda, not far from Luna Park, which is 'just for fun.' I asked if anyone stole the vegetables, and I was told that that was extremely rare. There are other community gardens in the Melbourne suburbs, such...More
We love walking through this garden, with the different vegies, and especially the clever sculptures and ornamental artworks. Many are fascinating to see,with some clever ideas for what would otherwise be junk.
We visit it every time we are in St. KIlda
This is a very nice community garden with quite a few different things growing. It's laid out quite nicely. The paths are a little hard to walk so and they're quite thin in areas so it may not be the best place if you have...More
We walked through this tranquil garden, so pretty and loads to see, sculptures, and many veges fruit and herbs growing, we visited on a Sunday and a few teenagers were just sitting on benches reading , some were planting and there were some volunteers there...More