The Sustainable Wetlands Agricultural Makers Project (SWAMP) is a space for people to visit and connect. It's a community of like minded people who would like to share ways to grow and eat food, gardening tips, sharing local stories and local history, connecting in with our Indigenous communities.
The SWAMP community garden brings together a community that is thriving, resilient and strong for visitors and members alike.
Held at SWAMP are workshops, educational events, field days, picnics, tours of the heritage site, storytelling yarn circles, wellness & health workshops, nature playgroups, art in the garden, seasonal food celebrations, season celebrations, paddock to plate events, film festivals, music festivals and artists in the park.
Working bees are held on the last Sunday of each month.