Lord Mayor’s Cultivating Community Gardens Grants 2022-23 recipients

The following Lord Mayor's Cultivating Community Gardens Grants projects were approved in 2022-23 under the Lord Mayor's Community Sustainability and Environmental Grants Program.

Successful grant recipients receive funding to establish, develop and maintain community gardens in the Brisbane City Council area.

This table provided information on the Lord Mayor's Cultivating community Gardens Grants 2022-23 recipients including organisation name, project name and the amount approved.
OrganisationProjectAmount approved
Karana Downs and Surrounds Community Garden HubCompost Bay rebuild$2,750.00
Community Plus Queensland Inc
Auspice for Yeronga Community Gardens
Compost Bay and seedling boxes$1,909.70
Hands on Projects Ltd
for Chapel Hill Community Garden
Wicking Bed$2,500.00
Hands on Projects Ltd
for Brook Community Garden
Composting refurbishment and education$1,875.10
Taringa Community Garden Inc.Potting table and Nursery$1,997.21
New Farm Primary P&C Association“Little Patch”$2,500.00
Sandgate and Bracken Ridge Action Group IncorporatedGreen P Farm meeting place and edging$2,497.32
Sherwood Neighbourhood Centre IncSherwood Community Garden re-vamp$1,600.00
Micah Projects
for Jane Street Community Garden
Garden and Sustainability workshops$2,400.00
B4C - Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee IncSustainable gardening workshops$2,500.00
Benarrawa Community Development Association
for Graceville Community Garden
Garden Rejuvenation


Wellers Hill Bowls Club Inc
for Tarragindi Community Garden
Tarragindi Community Garden equipment and maintenance$2,244.00
Kyabra Community Association IncAccessible seating, sheds, and maintenance at Kyabra Community Garden$1,228.26
HUB Community Projects IncHUB Community Garden expansion$2,485.55


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