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Geelong Community Nursery

 
 

Karingal Kommercial operates the Geelong Community Nursery in a partnership with Barwon Water.

The South Geelong nursery was established more than 20 years ago, producing more than one million indigenous trees, shrubs and grasses for revegetation, landscaping and restoration projects.

Karingal Kommercial undertakes nursery functions such as:

  • production of indigenous plants for Barwon Water use
  • social programs, including a hands-on component of Barwon Water's schools' education program and hosting community organisations
  • maintenance of Barwon Water's indoor and potted plants.

Plants for sale

The Geelong Community Nursery is open to the public. If you are looking for plants to buy, please visit the nursery and see if it has plants to suit your needs.

Prices

Tube stock - $2 each

6-inch pots - $6 each

Location

212-216 Swanston St, South Geelong (opposite Little Creatures)

Trading hours

8.30am - 3pm Monday-Friday

Contact

kommercialgeelongnursery@karingal.org.au
03 5229 5459

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Pictured: Karingal Horticultural Supervisor David Sutherland and Kommercial participant Amanda Smith 

 
 

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