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The Denmark Community Garden – growing and engaging South Coast community gardeners

The Denmark Community Garden is operated by Green Skills in collaboration with the Denmark CRC and was opened in March 2019. The Garden is conveniently and prominently located in the heart of Denmark behind the Morgan Richardson Centre (old Denmark hospital site) which is now the Denmark Community Resource Centre. It is in easy walking distance of many residents in social housing and retirement villages and designed to be wheelchair accessible and family-friendly.

The garden is a sustainable, organic, community-based food garden which encourages its members and local South Coast residents to participate more actively in community life, connect with the earth, grow fresh garden produce, and enjoy doing all this in company with others in the community.  Here community gardeners can develop and try out new horticulture and food gardening skills and help give back to Denmark by contributing to this Community Garden.

The Denmark Community Garden is inclusive and accessible, holding regular free workshops and events for learning new gardening skills. Over 80 south coast residents have actively joined in workshops and events since this community garden was launched in March 2019.  Go check on the Green Denmark Community Garden’s activities and upcoming workshops at:

Greg nurturing the broad beans

Preparing a range of herbs & veggies for planting at the Denmark Community Garden

Sew Cool! and the Denmark Upcycle Collective Denim July 2019 Workshops

Join Ruth and Von for Sew Cool! and the Denmark Upcycle Collective creative sewing workshops using upcycled denim,  run at the Denmark CRC on Saturday & Sunday 12-13th July, and Sat 20th and 27th July.  Call the Green Skills Denmark office 98483310 for more information or book at the Denmark CRC 98482842 or online at

Bookings essential

Green Skills newsletter for November and December 2018

Green Skills newsletter for November and December 2018

Green Skills November and December monthly newsletter is now available online – have a read and catch-up with coming up events in December 2018 and January 2019, and enjoy what has happened at Green Skills Inc.  This is the last newsletter for 2018, and sending you all warm wishes for a happy Christmas 2018 and a great New Year 2019!

The Bike Shed at the Green Skills Denmark Tip Shop

Photo credit:  Marion Henderson  (The Geographe Photographic Group)

Albany Library Sacred Swamps film screening event now booked out

Albany Library Sacred Swamps film screening event now booked out

The film screening event at the Albany City Library on Thursday 13th September for the screening of the YouTube videos on Warriup Swamp and Moolyup Swamp is now fully booked.

The films can be viewed on YouTube at:

Warriup Swamp:

Moolyup Swamp: