Eastland Multicultural Community Garden

Eastland Multicultural Community Garden

Melbourne’s Eastland has seen the success of its Multicultural Community Garden blossom as part of its continued partnership with local members, with the 32-plot garden footprint set to expand.
Published 21 July

The Eastland Multicultural Community Garden (EMCG) was established in 2015 and is structured as an Incorporated Committee, with members responsible for its management through a management committee.

EMCG provides a safe and welcoming space for people from all backgrounds within the Ringwood community to come together to plant and grow vegetables and other crops, participate in gardening activities, socialise and enjoy a communal garden space.

Garden plots are allocated to low-income residents living within 5km of Eastland and who are unable to grow edible plants at home, and who can participate in working bees to maintain the site.

If you would like to enquire about becoming a plot holder please contact John Stock the EMCG President on [email protected] or 0429 008 814.


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