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In our Garden: A place of harmony, love and community

Before the Tom Quinn Community Centre established its gardens in 2002, the area was native bushland that was largely inaccessible to the public.

In our Garden: Alloway rustic garden soothes the soul

Michael and Janine Tyler's rustic garden at Alloway provides a lush oasis around their home and reflects their personalities.

Spring produces glory in the garden

Spring is payoff time for local gardeners with the glorious weather encouraging plants and blooms to be at their brilliant best.

New project records people and their stories

Everyone has a story to tell and a new project will collate the interesting and diverse paths that many Bundaberg Region residents have taken.

In our Garden: ‘Tropical resort' garden flourishes at Elliott

This week we visit the amazing tropical garden of Sylvia and Wolfie Oetjen on Childers Road, Elliott, made with mega-tonnes of mulch.

In our Garden: A place that touches the soul

We look at the delightful garden of Ross and Ramona Lane at Innes Park, featuring permaculture, unique garden art and even a labyrinth.

Chinese Gardens a delight at this time of year

In the 12 years since the Chinese Gardens were established at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sister City Agreement between Bundaberg and Nanning in China, it has become a haven for flora and fauna.

Gardens prove to be a shared pleasure

Gin Gin Garden Group members get together every month to socialise, listen to guest speakers, swap gardening tips and share plants.

In our Garden: A friend you can visit any time

For this week's garden feature we talk to Peter Sullivan, who was inspired to grow organic vegetables after moving to Bargara three years ago.

Seasonal flowers brighten Buss Park

On any given season you can be sure to wander through Buss Park and be surrounded by garden beds full of colourful and beautiful flowers.

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