Steps Group, Life Without Barriers and Helping People Achieve are the collective management of Harvest Corner (2024 -2026).

The community garden is located in Gray and has a range of plants, programs and events.

Bunnings Palmerston has supported the garden with the donation of equipment (raised garden beds and tools). 


In 2012, City of Palmerston began working with the community to establish Palmerston's first community garden 'Harvest Corner' situated next to Gray Community Hall.

Using funding provided by the Federal Government, and in partnership with an enthusiastic bunch of community volunteers, Harvest Corner Community Garden sowed its first seeds in 2013 and continued to grow under the management of its committee of local residents.

In February 2024, the community garden starts a new journey, with the management now led by a partnership of Steps Group, Life Without Barriers and Helping People Achieve.

The vision for Harvest Corner Community Garden is to provide a shared gardening space for the Palmerston community that allows members to engage with each other and nature, be active and learn new skills, improving health, wellbeing, and community connectedness.

Harvest Corner Community Garden also provides a clear environmental benefit to the community through increased greening and cooling of an urban space. It offers educational opportunities for sustainable living practices, fostering community engagement, and providing a space for residents to grow their own produce.