Open for comment
We invite your feedback on the City’s draft community gardens policy and guidelines.
You can submit your feedback and take the online survey until 31 July 2015.Sydney Your Say
Composting is a great way to use food waste that may otherwise go to landfill. The compost you can create is good for the soil and very handy when growing your own food.
Your community composting project could be a compost bin in a community garden, a shared worm farm in an apartment block or school, or perhaps a compost system used by a group of local businesses.
Whatever composting system you choose, our guidelines will help make your project a success.
Plan of management
Before you get started, you need to show us a plan of management. You don't need to start it from scratch, we've put together a plan of management template you can use.
For more information or advice about a composting project, please contact:
Business and school composting:
Waste Programs Coordinator
02 9265 9333 firstname.lastname@example.org
Community composting in parks or footpath verges:
Community Gardens and Volunteer Coordinator02 9265 email@example.com
Signs for your project
|Community composting guidelines||PDF 1.4 MB||Download|
|Plan of management template||PDF 290.4 KB||Download|
|Sign: Worm farm||PDF 143.3 KB||Download|
|Sign: Organic composting system||PDF 142.5 KB||Download|
|Sign: I'm full||PDF 31.4 KB||Download|
|Sign: I'm hungry||PDF 30.7 KB||Download|
Last updated: Wednesday, 10 June 2015