Community Garden Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W)

Consultation has concluded

Council is inviting feedback from the community on a proposed community garden in Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W) including views on the garden proposal and its effects on Mirnu Wirra (Park 21w).

Postgraduate students and staff from Central Queensland University (CQU) have developed a concept for a social enterprise community garden in the south Park Lands. The university has a campus on Greenhill Road and offers a permaculture course.

The CQU proposal for a community garden received in-principle support from Council in December 2016, subject to:

  • The site being unfenced and limited in extent to a maximum of 1,200 square metres
  • One-third of the site being reserved for unrestricted general community use
  • On-site vehicle access being limited to service vehicles only and not for workers, volunteers or those visiting the site
  • The City of Adelaide or delegate having a position on the board of management of the controlling body.

It is envisaged that the garden will be well-designed, sympathetic to the surrounds (including adjacent remnant biodiversity areas) and also respond to the local community’s needs.

Feedback received from the community will be used to inform the proposed garden plan and design, operating details and licence arrangements.

Read the Consultation Pack for more informationBrowse the FAQs for commonly asked questions

Contact Staff for further enquiries

Complete the survey below.

Council is inviting feedback from the community on a proposed community garden in Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W) including views on the garden proposal and its effects on Mirnu Wirra (Park 21w).

Postgraduate students and staff from Central Queensland University (CQU) have developed a concept for a social enterprise community garden in the south Park Lands. The university has a campus on Greenhill Road and offers a permaculture course.

The CQU proposal for a community garden received in-principle support from Council in December 2016, subject to:

  • The site being unfenced and limited in extent to a maximum of 1,200 square metres
  • One-third of the site being reserved for unrestricted general community use
  • On-site vehicle access being limited to service vehicles only and not for workers, volunteers or those visiting the site
  • The City of Adelaide or delegate having a position on the board of management of the controlling body.

It is envisaged that the garden will be well-designed, sympathetic to the surrounds (including adjacent remnant biodiversity areas) and also respond to the local community’s needs.

Feedback received from the community will be used to inform the proposed garden plan and design, operating details and licence arrangements.

Read the Consultation Pack for more informationBrowse the FAQs for commonly asked questions

Contact Staff for further enquiries

Complete the survey below.

Feedback Form

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    Feedback form closes at 5pm, 13 March 2017

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    Feedback form closes at 5pm, 13 March 2017

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    Please ensure your profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

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