- Welcome to TACH
- Find a Centre
- Find A Neighbourhood House
- North West Neighbourhood Houses
- Northern Neighbourhood Houses
- Southern Neighbourhood Houses
- Bridgewater Community Centre (Jordan River Service Inc)
- Bucaan Community House
- Clarendon Vale Neighbourhood Centre
- Derwent Valley Community House
- Dowsing Point Community Centre
- Dunalley & Tasman Neighbourhood House
- Gagebrook Community Centre (Jordan River Service Inc.)
- Geco – Geeveston Community Centre
- Goodwood Community Centre
- Maranoa Heights Community Centre
- Okines Community House
- Pittwater Community Centre
- Risdon Vale Neighbourhood Centre
- Rokeby Neighbourhood Centre
- Warrane Mornington Neighbourhood Centre
- West Moonah Community House
- West Winds Community Centre
- Women's Karadi Aboriginal Corporation
- West Coast Neighbourhood Houses
- News & Events
- Jobs and Volunteering Opportunities
- Neighbourhood House Awards 2013 Nominations Open
- TACH CONFERENCE
- Community Spirit Challenge 2013
- National Neighbourhood House Week 2013
- National Simultaneous Storytime 2013
- TACH News and Media Releases
- Case Study and Evaluation Toolbox
- Child Care Resources
- Everyday Literacy – Some Useful Resources
- Get Healthy – Some Useful Resources
- Mental Health Resources
- Neighbourhood House Annual Reporting 2011/12
- Partnership Resources
- Community Gardens
- Men’s & Community Sheds
- TACH Publications
- Australian Neighbourhood Houses and Centres Association National Survey Report
- TACH Newsletter
- TACH Member Resources
Community and Neighbourhood House Community Gardens
are located at:
For information about Community Gardens in other locations please visit the following websites:
The Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Website
This website provides fact sheets, information and networking for organisations involved or wanting to be involved in Community Gardens.
Find the website at www.communitygarden.org.au
Eat Well Grow Well – Eat Well Tasmania
Supporting the Tasmanian Community Garden Network.
The Eat Well Grow Well Communities (EWGW) Project was a twelve month partnership initiative of Eat Well Tasmania, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.
The project aimed to:
- support existing community gardens.
- provide networking support, information and advice to communities on establishing community gardens.
- develop a "how to" resource manual and DVD based on the process of establishing a community garden at Glenorchy Primary School and existing gardens in disadvantaged areas.
- establish a mentoring program.
- strengthen the Community Garden Network.
- showcase and celebrate effective models of community gardens with a state gathering.
The Growing Community: Starting and Nurturing Community Gardens
The Community and Neighbourhood Houses Association (CANH) in South Australia have produced a very comprehensive Community Gardens Resource Kit called "The Growing Community: Starting and Nurturing Community Gardens".
Their Growing Community booklet and website content were created to encourage the establishment of new community gardens and to support the flourishing of those already growing.
The booklet and website content have been designed to be relevant to:
- groups starting a community garden
- professionals considering using community gardening as part of their programmes
- people who are asked to support community garden projects
- those sustaining and developing established community gardens
The information this booklet contains is based on questions posed by people starting community gardens and advice from experienced community gardeners, as well as research in community development, project management, and sustainable gardening.
For more information, please visit the CANH Community Gardens website