Canberra City Farm
Canberra City Farm is establishing learning hubs where the community can creatively share knowledge and experience of socially, economically and environmentally responsible food production and sustainable living.
About our projects
Canberra City Farm established the first City Farm in Canberra on a site in Turner and is now establishing an Education Centre in Dairy Road Fyshwick.
Find out more about the Dairy Road Education Centre.
Check out the latest information about upcoming courses and events.
To inform us about what workshops you are interested in please complete our short survey.
Monthly gathering dates in 2017
Canberra City Farm members meet monthly to discuss upcoming projects and events, to share knowledge and experience, and to welcome other people in the community who would like to find out more about the Canberra City Farm.
We also combine this with a working bee and the sharing of food.
These gatherings are generally from 11.00am to 3.00pm, with the formal discussion part of the meeting at 1.30pm.
The gatherings are held at the Canberra City Farm Education Centre, 2 Dairy Road Fyshwick, on the following dates:
- Sunday 19 November – OPEN DAY
- Sunday 17 December
Regular working bees in 2017
On Monday and Friday we hold working bees at Dairy Road.
Tasks vary from week to week, and can include planting fruit trees and vegetables, constructing garden beds, pruning, and harvesting our various crops. Friday working bees are specifically focused on construction.
This is a wonderful opportunity to get involved with the Canberra City Farm on a regular basis and get to know other people in your community.
- Mondays 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
- Fridays 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
- 2 Dairy Road, Fyshwick.
What to bring:
- Gloves, hat, working clothes, and drinks.
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