Sydney Edible Garden Trail 2021 – Register Your Lane Cove Garden NOW

The Sydney Edible Garden Trail will be happening on March 20 and 21, 2021 with a COVID safe plan in place.  Find out more about the history of the Sydney Edible Garden Trail here.

What is the Sydney Edible Garden Trail?

This two-day self-guided tour celebrates the many ways that Sydney residents are creating food security, building self-reliance, saving money and the environment, whilst enjoying the health benefits of homegrown fruit and vegetables. Several Lane Cove gardens will be participating in the Trail along with gardens in Ku-Ring-Gai, Willoughby, Ryde, Hornsby and North Sydney council areas.

Week-end tickets to visit around 50 private, school and community gardens are just $25 per adult with family tickets (2 adults, 3 children) at $50 and children just $5. All proceeds will go to building new community and school edible gardens. Winners of the grants from 2020 ticket sales can be seen here.

Tickets to the event would make a great Christmas Gift!!!


Do It in IRL or Virtual

Sadly, the 2020 Trail had to be taken online with 4 days’ notice after COVID-19 hit. However, the Virtual Sydney Edible Garden Trail was so successful that it is running again on February 27 and 28, 2021. Costa Georgiadis, gardening ambassador extraordinaire will again be live streaming to a private Facebook group from several gardens over the Virtual Trail weekend.

With tickets to the Virtual Sydney Edible Garden Trail at just $5, ticket holders are able to view and interact with the live feeds and view the videos for several months after the event. 

Register Your Edible Garden NOW

Sydney Edible Garden Trail is currently doing a callout to other passionate edible gardeners to register their gardens now.

Hosts will be provided with a ‘how-to’ pack of useful information, including signage and banners and inviting them to a ‘pre-trail’ event prior to the weekend so that they can meet each other.

The Sydney Edible Garden Trail are also on the lookout for sponsors for the event to help with some of the running costs. So if there are any Lane Cove locals who might be interested, please do get in touch.

The Sydney Edible Garden Trail team would love you share this article to help increase awareness and share food growing skills to the world!

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Contact Details

Facebook: @SydneyEdibleGardenTrail
Instagram: @sydneyediblegardentrail
 0411 808 274
Email: [email protected] 

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