Cribb Park “Garden of Eden”
Ipswich Garden of Eden Project was inspired by a small group of committed citizens to do something about restoring the Bremer River. Supported by the Bremer Catchment Association and the Ipswich City Council the group is restoring a forgotten section of council parkland in North Ipswich. Successfully transforming the site into a natural bush land and providing valuable habitat and food sources for many species of native birds and animals.
We meet on a monthly basis – second and forth Saturday of every month from 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm (approx). It is a nice time to be by the river, engaging in good conversation and doing something that matters.
We are always looking for volunteers and organisations to support the project. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch on Facebook.
Cribb Park Events
Another great community planting day was held at Cribb Park on Saturday 27th of August. With over 50 volunteers planting hundreds of native riparian trees and grasses, spot weeding and spreading a generous layer of mulch, the Garden of Eden has never looked better.…