Donating & Gifting

Thank you! All gifts should be given without expectation of any reward, recognition or favours, other than the joy of giving. As a community organisation, everything you see is the result of people donating their resources and we are all rewarded with the friendships we make and the fruits of our labour.

If we give gratitude rather than expect gratitude, there should be enough to go around.

Please ask and check if your gift is a good fit. Volunteers waste a lot of time taking other peoples “donations” to the tip. Headless manikins and casserole dishes are obvious examples of ill considered gifts but even garden related donations can be a hassle if there isn’t also someone to carry through with it’s use or repair.

Wish List

If you live close enough, bring your food scraps (don’t drive your car especially though!). Check for other drop-off locations


  • In season seedlings (unfortunately, just because Bunnings sells it, it doesn’t mean it’s in season)
  • Pomegranate
  • Blueberry (different varieties)
  • Wombat Berry
  • Scrambling Lilly
  • Wonga vine
  • Clematis
  • Black Apple
  • Black Plum
  • Bana grass (thanks Katie and Matt)


  • bicycle trailer
  • hardwood pallets for compost bays
  • 10-20L food buckets with lids (lots)


  • straw bales
  • wood shavings
  • newspapers
  • fireplace ash
  • seaweed


Something to share will always go down a treat