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Gardens about town

Marshall Road State SChool Permaculture and an edible landscape for a coffee shop in West End (I can't remember its name now)

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Comment by Scarlett on January 2, 2013 at 22:21

Hi Annie

Do you mean Tugun on the gold coast?
I think this is the most recent list of community gardens about the place:

(NB you're probably best off putting questions as a new discussion in the forum - much more likely to get a response, but luckily I saw this one go past on the ticker :)

cheers Scarlett

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