Vegetable gardens developed and maintained by local groups, often on land owned by councils, schools, marae or workplaces, are an important community asset.

These gardens can provide residents with the opportunity to access more fresh food, learn gardening skills and increase recreational activity. They also build community spirit, beautify open spaces and make unused spaces productive.

Local community gardens

Wellington

  • Wellington City Council provides financial and in-kind support to a number of the city's community gardens. More information and contact details for community gardens can be found on the Council's website

Porirua

Lower Hutt

  • Hutt City Council Environmental Sustainability Manager (04) 570 6966
  • Disability Resources Trust  (04) 569 3091
  • Alicetown Community House (04) 589-2646
  • Whai Oranga O te Iwi Health Centre, Wainuiomata (04) 564-6966
  • Moera Community Garden Moera website

Upper Hutt

Kapiti

Wairarapa

  • Masterton Christian Childcare
  • St Matthew's Parish - Masterton stmatt@xtra.co.nz
  • Te Awhina Cameron Community House - Contact: Jenny Barré (06) 378 9638
  • Wairarapa Supergrans - Contact: Marie or Wenerau (Winnie) (06) 3773115

Research


Last updated 1 August 2018.