The Nature Corridor Community Project

18 SEP 2018 - 21 OCT 2018
Westpac/ Rowville Library entrance 
From Tuesday 18 September - Friday 21 September, Knox Community Gardens in conjunction with 5 local primary schools will create an edible community garden right here at Stud Park Shopping Centre. Each school will complete the steps of building and making their individual wicking bed to form Stud Park's Nature Corridor. This community-led project involving local schools' will be on display until Sunday 21 October. 

the 'Nature Corridor' Participating schools include; 
  • Park Ridge Primary 
  • Lysterfield Primary 
  • Rowville Primary 
  • St Simon the Apostle Primary 
  • Karoo Primary School 

Come along and see the students' connecting with nature and watch our Nature Corridor grow in front of your very eyes! 

The Nature Corridor is is part of Stringybark at Stud Park, a month long event partnership with Knox City Council, bringing you a true taste in centre of what to expect at Stringybark Festival this year on Sunday 21 October at the Rowville Community Centre.

For more details on Knox City Council's Stringybark Festival - Sunday 21 October 2018 visit