Where are good community gardens in Brisbane?

So many community gardens scattered around Brisbane and proving to be very popular. Here are some of the ones around the city are.

Coorparoo Community Garden - every Saturday this place is open to green fingers between 3pm till 6pm.

Beelarong Community - Not far away from the CBD, this gardens members are passionate about growing chemical free food. Regular meetings and innovative ways of keeping this garden going.

Sandgate Community Gardens - The large garden is open Sunday afternoon and Monday mornings.
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StillJordan Feb 23, 2016
You can try Jane Street community Garden and Northey Street City Farm
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laurenh2 Jan 23, 2017
I'd recommend checking out:

1. The garden at Bethania Street in Lota for families. The garden aims to promote the benefits of organic food. All volunteers are welcome and they run regular gardening sessions and playgroups for kids under 5 every Tuesday http://www.bethaniastreetcommunitygarden.org/playgroup

2. Rochedale community garden at 160 Rochedale Road, Rochedale is great for year round events, workshops and gardening bees on Sundays. Membership is $40 a year http://rochedalecommunitygarden.net.au/

3. Green Corner garden in Ashgrove is a good one for city dwellers to indulge their green thumbs https://www.facebook.com/greencornercommunitygarden.
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