An urban agriculture project in Sydney Park, connecting the city with the country.
Help grow and develop Sydney City Farm as a volunteer.
A place to learn
Sydney City Farm is a place to learn about urban agriculture and sustainable food production.
We grow fresh seasonal produce, and minimise waste while using organic growing principles.
You can take part in small group horticulture and food production workshops, enjoy a hands-on session with industry experts, or learn about sustainability in our series of talks and webinars.
You can volunteer at the farm for education programs and events. Take part in interesting and rewarding work, learn new skills and interact with others who share similar interests.
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Find out about events, volunteer programs, workshops and talks at Sydney's newest urban farm
What’s OnSydney City Farm volunteer working beesHelp out with farm activities, from watering and weeding to planting and harvestingSydney City Farm
What’s OnSydney City Farm new volunteer induction sessionTo join our volunteer team you first need to attend an induction sessionSydney City Farm
What’s OnGrowing edible flowers workshopBe inspired to grow delicious, edible blooms at homeSydney Park Pavilion
What’s OnBotanical sunprint workshopCreate art from nature with plants on the farmSydney City Farm
What’s OnEdible gardens for renters workshopGrow your own produce on a balcony, courtyard or small space.Sydney Park Pavilion
What’s OnBush food discovery tourSample bush foods and find out what you can grow in your backyard or balconySydney City Farm
What’s OnHerb propagation workshopLearn to grow delicious, seasonal herbs at home.Sydney Park Pavilion
Waste & recycling servicesInformation and resources for building managers and building champions. Learn how you can help make the service work in your building.
Waste & recycling servicesOur green lid bin is an easy and free way to recycle your grass clippings, prunings and leaves into compost and mulch.Free
Environmental actionWe’re working to create an urban forest and support biodiversity to provide demonstrated benefits of plants and animals in our city.