All Nations Kitchen Garden


This garden is membership-based but membership is free.

To discuss any aspect of the garden, contact Samantha Grover by email.

At All Nations Park, Separation Street, Northcote (behind Northcote Plaza and opposite Santa Maria College).

Darebin Council collaborated with members of the Northcote Library Food Garden and the local communuity to develop this visible and accessible urban food demonstration site. The All Nation Kitchen Garden design incorporates permaculture principles and is based on a multi-layered garden of fruit trees, edible understory and ground cover.

A group of local residents care for and manage the site in partnership with Council. The goal is to sustainably produce local food and to provide opportunities for education and community building.

Community gardening days are held on the first Saturday of each month, from 10am.

  One Response to “All Nations Kitchen Garden”

  1. Did I see some brown pear trees on the northern side if All nations Park back entrance. They look very established and fruit is currently fall on the group. Are they pear Bosch? I hope someone harvested them before the birds got to them.

    Diane Fairfield

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