Mandurah Community Gardens held its annual open day event at the weekend to draw attention to the benefits of community gardens.
The Forever Project’s Chris Ferreira, community garden volunteers and visitors enjoyed a day of music, healthy eating, pebble painting and scarecrow making.
Garden president Corey Boivin said the group was growing and encouraged more people from Mandurah to be socially connected and involved.
“All levels of gardening experience and knowledge is welcome,” he said.
The garden is open Friday and Sunday coming into the warmer months at 9am.
"We welcome new people and members to come and visit the gardens," he said.
For more information go to mandurahcommunitygardens.com.au