Living green @ CPCC

Living green at Clarence Park Community Centre

Together we share our environment and resources.

Biodiversity garden

Our biodiversity garden is in the grounds around our  'House Next Door'. Discover the local native species of the Black Forest area and how they can create a charming garden in suburbia.

Visitors are welcome at the garden during daylight hours and can follow our walking trail.

For more information, phone 8293 8166.

Grow Free share table

Come to our produce share table, with gifts from the earth, grown by the community for the community. They are for giving and taking. Organic fruit, vegetables, herbs and seedlings.

Surplus home-grown produce is always welcome.

Drop in and see what is on the table.

Clarence Park Food Co-op

Volunteers run the food co-operative. The Co-op sells nuts, dried fruit, grains, legumes, seeds, honey and more at low cost.

Monday to Wednesday and Saturdays, 10.30am - 12.30pm

During the school holidays, the co-op only opens on Saturdays.

Cost: $1 for life membership.

For more information, contact Ashley 8297 6249.

Recycling at Clarence Park

You can recycle your batteries, bread tag and small e-waste (phones, computers, kettles etc) at the Centre. Collection bins are located in the office. Available during office hours.

Sew what? Tote bags for Foodbank

We are a group of volunteers who make grocery bags for clients of Foodbank. 

If you are a sewer, bring your machine.  If not, there are lots of tasks for non-sewers such as measuring, cutting, and pinning. We repurpose fabrics to make the bags.

Wednesdays fortnightly 10am-12noon

Cost: FREE

For more information, contact Janet 0455 454 777

Book Nook

We have a book nook at Clarence Park Community Centre.

Living green events

Keep an eye here for upcoming events.