Welcome to the Gardens


Our vision is that the Toowoomba Community Organic Gardens (TCOG) is a welcoming and inclusive community space where people come together in a spirit of friendship and cooperation, to learn, implement and demonstrate sustainable, organic food growing practices, which support the health and well-being of participants, preserve and improve the site for the benefit of the local community, and have a positive environmental impact. 

Summer opening hours: 

Wednesday – 8:00 am to 11:00 am

Sunday –  8:00 am to 11:00 am

Our Magnificent Garden

Let’s have a look at it!

Toowoomba Community Organic Gardens is located at 22A Goggs Street tucked away in a central city location and are Toowoomba’s best kept secret.

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Our Objectives

Create a welcoming, supportive, and flexible environment for organic gardening activities and social connection
Fostering a culture of collaboration that values and respects the different perspectives, opinions, abilities, and characters of all participants.
Facilitate and promote opportunities for learning by members and the community, through formal and informal knowledge sharing and hands-on experience
Develop, trial, and build upon practices for organic gardening, including the sustainable use of soil, water, and other resources, which support healthy and resilient growing systems,in a context of continuous learning
In partnership with the Toowoomba Regional Council, maintain an inviting, green space for the community, and preserve and extend vegetation for food production, habitat protection, increased biodiversity, and enrichment of the local ecosystem
Garden Vibe

TCOG is an organic, chemical-free community garden run by volunteers. We gather on a Wednesday and Sunday morning to garden in this beautiful location. Morning tea is at approximately 10:30 am, tea and coffee are provided and members bring a plate of food to share with fellow gardeners.


Come with us through the gardens!

Acknowledgment to Country

The Toowoomba Community Organic Gardens Association (TCOGA) acknowledges the Wakka Wakka, Giabal and Jarowair peoples, the Traditional Owners who have walked upon and cared for this earth for thousands of years. We pay respects to Elders Past and Present and Emerging.

We also acknowledge and thank the many members and office holders who founded the gardens and have devoted themselves to developing and nurturing them for the good of all.


Special Thanks

TCOGA extends its thanks to the Toowoomba Regional Council for its ongoing support and assistance in the development of the gardens

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