Woollahra Garden Awards
Woollahra is known for its stunning parks and gardens. Council has established an awards competition to encourage gardening and recognise the community members and groups whose green spaces help to enhance our local environment.
The Woollahra Garden Awards have returned for 2019!
Woollahra Council is encouraging all residents, local businesses, school groups and community organisations to showcase their gardens – big or small. We want you to share your creativity, hard work and sustainable gardening practices with us.
Nominations have now closed. Winners will be announced in November 2019.
The Judging criteria is based on garden design and landscaping, originality, plant selection, and maintenance. Please consider which category best reflects your garden as entries can only be nominated for one category.
Best Community/School Garden - Demonstrate how your garden contributes to quality of our local parks, grows abundant organic produce and brings the community together. Aspects of your community/school garden to highlight include:
Best Sustainable Garden - Demonstrate how your garden is contributing to the health of the local environment. Features of your sustainable garden to highlight include:
Best Small Garden - Demonstrate how you have created an amazing and abundant green environment in a small space, garden, terrace, balcony or an apartment. Aspects of your small garden to highlight include:
Best Large Garden - Demonstrate how you have created a beautiful large garden and describe your creative influences. Aspects of your small garden to highlight include:
Best Garden (Overall) - This award is selected by the judges from applications in all categories.
There are great prizes to be won – with a winner to be announced in each category.
The Woollahra Garden Awards will be judged by Councillor Peter M Cavanagh, TV and radio personality Diana Fisher OAM and author, broadcaster and TV presenter Indira Naidoo.
Winners will be announced in November 2019.