Community garden

In partnership with the Brisbane City Council, St Paul’s School has developed a Community Garden, encompassing more than 1500 m2 of space. We believe that many in this fast-paced, high-tech world are hungry for fellowship and keen to develop the skills that will help them to live more sustainably. We believe that some of the most effective learning can occur when different age-groups and cultures come together. Our Community Garden aims to achieve all of these goals.

All members of the community are welcome to come along and join in. We will provide you with space in one of our garden beds or you can simply potter around in the common spaces.

Keen home gardeners are welcome to buy plants from our ‘pop-up nursery’ with an assortment of plants for sale regularly at the rear entry to the Tooth Reception building.

Getting here

You can find our Community Garden at the front of the campus with entry from Strathpine Road. You can also find more information on getting here as well as a campus map on our Contact Us page.


Community Garden visitors are welcome to park in either of our School car-parks or in the car park of the Presbyterian Church next door. Entry is via Strathpine Road.

Opening Hours

Community Garden members are welcome anytime between sunrise and sunset.

For more information or to join our Community Garden please email us at [email protected] or download our Community Garden Handbook below.


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