Update: Registrations are now closed

Thank you to everyone who singed up for a workshop, we will be in contact soon.

What we plant in our public spaces influences our local environment, wildlife, climate and community.

Turner Reserve and Centenary Reserve are Native Vegetation Areas. That means only native and indigenous species are planted in the garden beds. This supports our local wildlife, helps plants thrive, reduces maintenance and keeps pests away.

As we develop the vegetation in these reserves, we want to hear from the local community about how you would like to be involved.

How can I get involved?

  • Presentation/Workshop - If there’s interest from the local community, a workshop will be arranged to chat about possible improvements to the garden beds at the Reserves. There will be an opportunity for residents to help select native and indigenous plant species to include in future plantings. Residents will also have the opportunity to be involved in a community planting day.

Please fill out the form below to register your interest.