Kyneton Transition Hub

Open Edible Gardens Welcome You

Saturday and Sunday 7 and 8 September 2019 Grow your own – food metres not kilometres All the information to plan your garden visits A great collection of eleven edible gardens will be open to the public on the weekend of 7 and 8 September 2019 as part of the Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival. Visiting […]

2018 Open Edible Gardens – Full program

Open Edible Gardens – Saturday & Sunday 1-2 September 2018

This year we’re offering a whole weekend of edible gardens for you to visit. That means you can see more gardens and spread it over a weekend if you prefer. More details to follow shortly.

Kyneton Transition Hub Open Edible Garden Day is on Sunday 3 September 2016 (one day only) between 10 am and 4 pm at various times. Eight keen gardeners from Kyneton and surrounds are opening their edible gardens to show others how sustaining and life affirming an edible garden can be. It’s also about learning practical, […]

Submission to Council on Climate Change Action Plan

Kyneton Transition Hub is a part of the international transition town movement and is concerned with sustainability issues in a broad sense. Our special focus is on building strong and resilient communities in a future of peak oil and climate change. Our vision for the Macedon Ranges region includes initiatives to make our region more […]

Sewing bee at BUPA

Thursday 11th May – 1 to 3 pm Come for the whole session or just a while. No sewing experience needed – lots of fun jobs – sewing machines, scissors, etc. available or bring your own. Kids welcome. BUPA Boomerang Bag sewing bees will be on every second Thursday of the month.

Sewing bees to reduce plastic

Do you find it hard to remember to take your reusable bags when you go shopping? There’s a solution on its way and it’s coming from the Kyneton community supported by Kyneton Transition Hub and Kyneton Community & Learning Centre. An enthusiastic group of locals is organising sewing bees to deliver community made and shared […]