This garden is open to the public.
Click here to read an interview with Jess Ness.
This project began as a dream of the manager at the Central Ringwood Community Centre when she spied an empty unused sunny patch of grass that begged to be filled with plants and people. This site used to be a skateboarding park that was filled in and left.
In 2022, the garden had to be dismantled to make room for some road making equipment but is now being re-developed.
As well as space for vegetables and fruit trees, there are also community composting facilities and a community worm farm, both built from reclaimed materials.
They sometimes run workshops and classes at the garden. See their Facebook page for details.