Creative Harvest

Yarragon, VIC, 3823

Creative Harvest

Baw Baw Sustainability Network's annual open food garden weekend, Creative Harvest, is on again on January 23-24th 2021 with approximately 12 gardens, each with a visiting artist on site. Come and see productive food gardens in beautiful West Gippsland. A variety of artists will be working or displaying their works throughout both days. This will be a COVID safe event and will be cancelled at any time if health directives are made.

Event Dates/Times

Last open January 2021 Check later for future dates

Entry Fee: $20

$20 gives access to all gardens or $5 for a single garden. Children are free. Buying tickets online much preferred. Use the website link below or goto

Warning: Not accessible for wheel chairs or prams

Location & Contact Info

  • Yarragon, VIC, 3823

Note: Self drive to all our open gardens

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Event Guide and Map

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A taste of our open gardens

John and Jan Tulloch
This 3Ha property has been established for 35 years. A vegetable garden incorporating a natural swimming pool formed when separate reed beds were added to the previously chlorinated 12.5m concrete pool.

Off grid hobby farm
Their goal has been to grow as much of their own food as possible including meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables and herbs. They have pigs, chickens and rescued dairy steers and native silver perch fingerlings in the dam. Charlie the goat helps with weed control.

Lesley and Geoff's Garden
This mature attractive garden set amongst farmland has been planted extensively over 25 years. Two orchards and many vegetable beds provide an abundance of food, the excess being preserved, sold or given away. Raised vegetable beds are made from recycled and natural materials and the smaller orchard is underplanted with vegetables and nasturtiums. All this is fertilized with nettle tea, made in large quantities on site and is mulched heavily with straw.  More Info »

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