Sydney City Farm

Sydney City Farm

City Farm grows

City farms are being set up throughout Australia and the world, as people want to learn more about their food and the connections between paddock and plate.

Our Sydney City Farm

Sydney City Farm is an urban agriculture project nurtured by the City of Sydney in Sydney Park. It's a place to learn about urban agriculture and sustainable food production.

The farm’s community hub and cropping area was officially opened in 2017. An orchard and other facilities will follow.

We plan on holding community events, workshops and farmers’ markets with plenty of opportunities to be involved at the community hub.

We’ll be growing fresh seasonal produce at the cropping area, connecting the city with the country and minimising waste while using organic growing principles.

Learn with us

Education is an important part of our social enterprise model, with income helping support our urban agriculture ventures. 

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. Booking terms and conditions.  

Volunteer with us

Sydney City Farm is a place for food production, community participation, education, innovation and collaboration.

You can volunteer at the farm, for education programs and events. When you volunteer you’ll have the opportunity to do interesting and rewarding work, learn new skills and interact with others who share similar interests.

Volunteer with us  


City of Sydney02 9265 9333

A group of City volunteer farmers.

  • What’s on
  • Seed saving community education session
    Saturday 25 May 2019
  • Book now – free

    Discover cheap and easy seed saving skills which have sustained food production for millennia.

    Learn simple techniques for collecting, cleaning, drying and storing seed from homegrown herbs and veggies.

    Get hands on and help us save seeds from City Farm for next season.

    What you’ll learn.

    • How plants reproduce from seed
    • How to save seed from different types of plants
    • Methods of collecting, storing and labelling your seeds
    • Hands on experience preparing seeds from locally adapted edible plants

    Limited places and bookings essential.

    Sydney City Farm
    Saturday 25 May 2019 from 10am to 12pm
  • City farm volunteer working bee
    Wednesday 29 May 2019
  • Book now – free

    Come and get hands-on with one of our regular Sydney City Farm working bees.

    Tasks vary but can include watering, weeding, plant care, plant propagation, potting and other farm-related activities.

    This is a great opportunity to get involved with Sydney City Farm and meet others in your community.

    No experience needed. Just bring a can-do attitude and we will show you everything you need to know.

    Please wear clothes that can get dirty and covered sturdy shoes. Bring a hat and water bottle.

    Bookings essential. No group bookings please.

    This session will not proceed in wet, extreme or dangerous weather.

    Sydney City Farm
    Wednesday 29 May 2019 from 10am to 11.30am
  • Windowsill salad gardening hands on session
    Saturday 29 June 2019
  • Book now

    Join us for an overview of fast growing greens you can grow in small spaces.

    Taste homegrown samples, learn how to source inexpensive seeds and sow a selection of baby salad leaves, pea shoots and microgreens to grow at home.

    What you will learn:

    • How to grow baby salad leaves, pea shoots and microgreens from seed
    • Practical skills in raising greens from seed which you will practice in the session
    • Tips and techniques for windowsill gardening

    What you will get:

    • Hands-on opportunity to learn seed raising skills
    • Small group size and experienced facilitator
    • Take-home notes
    • 6 small pots of baby salad leaves, pea shoots and microgreens to take home
    Sydney Park Pavilion
    Saturday 29 June 2019 from 10am to 11am
    Adult: $30.00
    Concession: $22.50

City Farm celebration.

Last updated: Monday, 4 February 2019