An initiative of Kew Baptist Church to create a space for the local community to connect.
Imagine a space where …
• a town square or village green.
• a sanctuary for children to play and parents to rest.
• fresh vegetables and herbs grown for the local community to enjoy.
• a local composting hub that encourages sustainable ways for the immediate local community to reduce landfill and produce good organic compost.
For more information and booking enquiries, visit or Facility Hire page or contact the Church Office.
Stage 1 (October 2016)
– replace old built in BBQ’s with new ones and add a portable 6 burner BBQ for flexibility and bigger events – build 3 raised vegetable/herb beds
– install new playground equipment.
Cost: $10,000 ($5000 obtained from Fed Gov Grant and $5000 raised by KBC)
Stage 2 (Early 2017)
– community composting scheme for local residents and organic waste from Kew Student Residence
– enhanced gardens, compost beds, tools, advertising and management committee formed.
Cost: $9000 ($9000 Grant obtained from Boroondara Council)
Stage 3 (2018— )
– Development of worm farms
If you live locally and want to get in on sustainability in Kew by turning your organic waste into rich food for gardens, then check out the Worm Farm Guide, print it out and stick it on the fridge, and bring your bucket of things down on Saturday mornings.
We also have a RedGum GX200 Chipper, which can turn branches up to 75mm diameter and leaves, twigs and bushes into organic mulch for your garden. Bring them on down and we can help you make some mulch.