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Paralowie Garden and Gardening Workshops

Grow Your Own Food

The Paralowie Garden runs a wide range of workshops during the year, often featuring special guests and experts in the field of horticulture.

For those interested to know more about how it works at the Paralowie Garden, including the membership process, click here

Gardening Temporary Closure

**Please note that the garden is closed until further notice for community attendance (no workshops or drop-in visits).**

Please phone 8406 8251 for updates.

Gardening Workshops

Upcoming opportunities at the Paralowie Garden

The garden is located corner Waterloo Cnr Rd and Halba Crescent. 

Bookings essential.   Telephone: 8406 8251

Cost $4


*Please note : workshops are cancelled when the temperature is forecast for over 33 degrees for ELIZABETH as forecast by the Bureau the night before the workshop. 


Important notice

Remember, if you feel unwell or unsure please contact your doctor or seek medical advice before attending this event.

In the interest of public health, please do not attend this venue if you are feeling in any way unwell. (eg.a cough, sore throat or shortness of breath) or you have been in close contact with a proven case of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Gardening Tips

Salisbury Seniors Magazine Issue 19, pg 5 has a short article about Backyard Fruit Trees.

The article briefly discusses two tips to get the most from you fruit trees, which includes pruning and protecting it.

To find out more about netting fruit trees - read the detailed article here.


Social Activities in the Garden

**Please note that the garden is closed until further notice for community attendance (no workshops or drop-in visits).**

For adults over 50 there are a range of gardening groups available for you to choose from, such as ‘Friends of the Garden group’, ‘Seed Bank group’ and ‘Propagation group’. For more information about these groups, click here.

If you like being outdoors and in the garden you’ll love working in our garden. We have 23 garden beds to grow seasonal vegetables, numerous fruit trees, herbs and flowers. There is always something to do to and you are welcome to join any of the activities in the garden to keep it looking good for all to enjoy.


Notes from Past Workshops