We are a community garden in Coburg, located within the grounds of the historic Pentridge Prison. Our space has kindly been set aside by Shayher Group, and we are completely volunteer-run.
Pentridge is different to most community gardens. Rather than focus on personal plots, our emphasis is on communal gardening, where we plant and maintain the garden together. It’s a lovely way to meet neighbours, and means there’s always something tasty to harvest.
We are always excited to welcome new members and there are lots of ways to get involved.
$70 Full | $35 Concession | $120 Families
Gardening Membership provides you with access to the large communal gardening space at any time. We supply seeds and seedlings (although you are welcome to bring your own) as well as fertiliser, soil, compost, tools and everything else needed to make the garden thrive. Other gardeners will be very happy to help you as we garden together and your skills develop.
All gardening members share the harvest of fresh fruit, veggies, flowers and herbs that come from our hard work. There’s always plenty to go around!
- Information about eligible concession cards.
- All Members of the Pentridge Community Garden automatically become members of our parent organisation, Moreland Community Gardening (MCG). This gives you a say in how the garden is run, the opportunity to become an organiser or board member, and a vote at the AGM. A family membership entitles you to nominate two MCG members.
- All of our memberships are annual.
Drop off your compost
Members of the public are usually welcome to deposit scraps during open hours. We’ve unfortunately had to suspend public compost drop offs due to covid restrictions. We’ll update here when we can accept your scraps again.
Check our Facebook page for up-to-date info. If you’d like to contribute to the compost any time, we recommend a Friend of the Garden membership.
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Pentridge Community Garden is located at the corner of Murray Road and Stockade Avenue, Coburg – opposite Coburg Lake.
The 526 and 561 buses go right past and the 530 and 534 or the No 19 tram are pretty close.
Limited parking is available in Stockade Ave or the new side street, Moonering Drive.