Media

Our lovely community garden has been featured in a number of publications and makes a great backdrop for events, photographs and footage of a community project in action.


If you are interested in featuring our garden in your publication, please do contact us first.  The garden is on council land and you may need approval from the council before you get started.  We can help you get these approvals and are happy to provide guided tours of the garden. 
 

Here are some examples of our garden as presented in the media.

  • Broadsheet, A Garden Patch for All (August 6 2013)
  • Channel 10 – Tim Bailey’s Weather Segment (May 14) www.youtube.com/watch?v=QpA2kpDjXC4&feature=youtu.be
  • Australian Horticulture – “Garden Unites Community” (May 2012)
  • Green: sustainable architecture and landscape design – “Build and they will come” (Issue 25)
  • City of Sydney – Media Release – “Redfern enjoys the organic fruits of its labour” (February 7, 2012)
  • Organic Garden Magazine – “Flower Power” (Nov/Dec 2011)
  • Women’s Weekly – Kid’s in the Garden (August 2011)
  • Better Homes & Garden show (August 25, 2011) (Select "Community vegetable garden, part 1)
  • Better Homes & Garden magazine (October 2011)
  • Daily Telegraph – “Growing Green” (March 26, 2011)  
  • Channel Seven’s Sunrise – “Grow your own veggies” (February 17, 2011) 
  • Sydney City News (First Edition 2011)
  • Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network – “Pocket Park Community Garden” (November 6, 2010)  http://communitygarden.org.au/pocket_par
  • Sydney Morning Herald (Style) – “Burt’s  Bees” (October 21, 2010)
  • Sydney City News – “Community Gardens” (Second Edition 2010)
  • Wentworth Courier – “Green fingers are go” (September, 1, 2010)
  • Redfern-Waterloo Authority Update – “Calling all green thumbs” (August 2010)
  • Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network – “Transformation pending: boring lawn to become edible polycutlture” (June 23, 2010)  
  • South Sydney Herald – “James Street Redfern gets a community garden” (June 2010)
  • City of Sydney – Media Release – “Community garden network is growing” (May 6, 2010)