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A community garden in the heart of Gagebrook, Tasmania. Established in 2018 as ‘Public Kitchen’ in collaboration with the Design Studio for Social Intervention (DS4SI), the garden features raised wicking beds, an orchard, a ‘living table’ designed by Pete Mattila and Kirsha Kaechele, and a timber shelter structure designed by students from the school of architecture and design at UTAS.

In 2023, we completed a new architecturally designed outdoor classroom featuring rammed earth walls. Funded through a BRRF grant in partnership with Brighton Council and Centacare Evolve, it will expand our capacity to run programs all year round, including our regular gatherings; communal meals; and workshops in ceramics, gardening and art.

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  • Kirsha and school students eating lunch
  • Bond Place's new outdoor classroom and kitchen.
  • bond place
  • school classes
  • Lunch is served on a long table.
  • colourful lunch dishes on the table
  • Bond Place in the beginning, only a food van.