Community gardens

Community gardens bring people together to grow fresh fruit and vegetables.

They are a great way to learn about gardening and connect with people over shared interests. Community gardens can improve your health and wellbeing while helping you to connect with nature.

You are welcome to visit or get involved in an existing community garden. We can also support you to start a new community garden.

Crestmead Community Garden

Address: Gimlet Street, Crestmead, Qld, 4132 (Adjacent to the dog park)


Visit the Facebook page for more information and meeting times.


Eagleby Community Garden

Address: 94 – 112 Fryar Road, Eagleby Qld 4207

Phone: First Services Inc. 07 3382 6923



Elm Park Community Garden

Address: Elm Park, Elm Avenue, Woodridge Qld 4114

Phone: 07 3412 9918



Hyperdome Community Garden

Managed by the Hyperdome Centre Management

Address: Corner Pacific Highway and Bryants Road, Loganholme Qld 4129

Phone: 07 3801 9188



Jimbelungare Community Garden

Address: Sturdee Park, Loganlea, Qld, 4131

Phone: Deb 0410 896 560


Visit the Facebook page for more information and meeting times.


Jimboomba Community Garden

Address: 101 Johanna Street, Jimboomba Qld 4208


Visit the Facebook page for more information on programs at the garden


Kingston East Neighbourhood Centre Community Garden

Address: 177 Meakin Road, Slacks Creek Qld 4114

Phone: 07 3808 1684


Website: Kingston East Neighbourhood Centre

The community garden runs:

  • during school terms: 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month from 9.00am – 11.00am
  • during school holidays: Friday mornings from 9.00am – 11.00am (excluding Christmas holidays).


Yarrabilba Community Garden

Address: Shaw Street Oval, Darlington Drive, Yarrabilba

Phone: 1300 743 340


Community garden toolkit

The Community garden toolkit provides all the information your group needs to start up and run a successful and sustainable community garden.

Please download these documents to get started:

Where can a community garden be set up?

Community gardens can be on private property or Council-owned or controlled land. If you are unsure who owns the land at the site you would like to use, please call us on 07 3412 3412.

What is our role?

Community gardens are funded, managed and enjoyed by their members – by people like you who look after the gardens.

Council’s role in community gardens is to:

  • provide advice to interested groups
  • help identify and support groups with applications for grants, funding and resources
  • connect local garden groups and encourage knowledge and skill sharing
  • promote the gardens through our website, newsletters and events
  • consider requests to use Council land, Crown land, parks and open spaces.

Logan’s Community Garden Policy (PDF 128 KB) describes the ways that council can get involved in community gardens.

For more information, please email us at or call us on 07 3412 3412.