Regular working bees are held most Sundays from 8am in warmer months and 9am in cooler months at the Garden.
They are an essential component of Garden management and are a great way to meet new people, learn new gardening techniques and contribute to the smooth running of the garden.
Interested volunteers are always welcome, just remember to bring a hat, closed shoes, protective clothing and a water bottle if you are coming to the Garden for the first time. Closed shoes and hats are are a must, and new volunteers must be given an induction to the garden by a Garden committee member.
Regular working bee volunteers are encouraged to become Friends of the Garden by becoming a member of the Arid Lands Environment Centre.
Garden tasks can include weed management, composting, path clearing, working on communal plots, planting, irrigation repairs and spreading mulch.
The working bees are a great chance to get your hands connected back in with mother nature and be part of a great community project.