Community Gardens are a space where local people of different ages, backgrounds and abilities are welcome. The community gardens are a space that promotes health, wellbeing, sustainability and friendships allowing people to come together to grow fruit and vegetables.
Become a member
A limited number of plots are available at each garden. At times of high demand priority will be given to applicants who live closest to the garden, have been on the waitlist the longest, have limited garden space and/or low-income earners.
For further information regarding how you can become a member of a community garden please contact the Community Development Officer on 9205 2533 or email email@example.com
Expression of Interest form
See what's on at the community gardens:
Hume Community Garden locations
Community Gardens User Agreement(DOCX, 79KB)
Online Community Garden User Agreement
Important information and forms
Community Gardens COVIDSafe Plan(DOCX, 684KB)
Rights and responsibilities for garden users(DOCX, 16KB)
Incident Report Form(PDF, 320KB)
Council supports the planning, development, and management of four community gardens. We support the long-term success of community gardens by:
Providing information and advice
Council provides information, connections, knowledge, and resources to help the community develop, operate, and get involved.
Fostering skills building
Council supports training to build the skills, knowledge and networks of community garden groups and volunteers through a variety of programs and initiatives including the EnviroChamps program and community garden open days.
Council assists with the connection of interested and community members, community groups and businesses with community gardens to activate the spaces.
Supporting funding opportunities
Council shares information on funding and fundraising opportunities to support the sustainability of each of the Community Gardens.
Promoting a safe and inclusive environment
Council facilitates an active and inclusive environment for all. We support diversity within the gardens, by promoting the gardens through multiple communication channels. The community gardens accommodate the needs of people with disabilities.