Welcome to the Randwick Community Organic Garden
RCOG is a community of gardeners interested in working towards a sustainable future by growing fresh organic produce and plants, learning about organic gardening and permaculture techniques, sharing skills and knowledge with the local community and cultivating the health of soil, plants, wildlife, people and community.
We don't use pesticides or herbicides, we create our own composts and collect our own rainwater. We share the fruits and vegetables of the communal gardens and tend our own plots. 
The garden is situated in Paine Reserve, corner Rainbow and Botany Streets, Randwick, Sydney (map).
We have a strong organic gardening community of more than 80 members. Our present motto is: 'He who plants a garden, plants happiness'.

The garden holds its monthly working bee every third Sunday of the month (10 am in winter and 9 am in the daylight saving months). Everyone is very welcome to come and give us a hand!

Visit the garden's Facebook group.
 About Us
RCOG is a not-for-profit incorporated association where membership is open to all. RCOG is being created for, and is managed by, the local community.
RCOG offers the opportunity for the local community:
  • to access space to grow fresh veggies, herbs and flowers using organic gardening methods while enjoying the benefits of robust, outdoor health
  • to participate in free educational workshops in sustainable gardening and creative environments
  • to enjoy the social benefits of community garden membership; meet people from different segments of the community and develop friendships
  • to improve our environment through involvement in a practical project offering simple solutions for environmentally friendly living.
RCOG has working bees on the third Sunday of every Month and regular workshops, community events and more.
Upcoming events for 2014:
Sunday 20 April 2014
April Working Bee followed by Easter Egg hunt and Garden Lunch (bring a plate to share)

Saturday May 10th **NEW DATE**
WORKSHOP: Natural Pest management

Sunday 18 May 2014
May Working Bee

Sunday 15 June 2014
June Working Bee

Sunday 20 July 2014
July Working Bee

Saturday Aug 2nd 2014
WORKSHOP: Organic Gardening
Gardener Resources
RCOG has a range of information and resources for members and the wider community, including links to helpful websites, planting guides, facts about organic pest management, composting, saving seeds, permaculture, plus recommended reading - all the information and inspiration you need to help you learn about organic gardening.

4days since
APRIL WORKING BEE (followed by Easter egg hunt and Garden Lunch) - 10AM - 12.00 NOON