Incredible Edible Broome

Incredible Edible Broome is a community initiative that aims to increase access to locally grown food, share knowledge and bring people together. Explore our website to find out about the activities we run, resources we share, and regular events we hold.



For those of you looking for native plants SKIPA is having a plant sale 1st of October come and celebrate 40 years of landcare in WA and pick up a beautiful Kimberley native. 🌱


Thanks to all the community members who came down to Kimberley Arts Network (The Shed) for the planting day on the 16th/17th September. It was a great turn out and we managed to get all the native plants that was donated by The Shire in the ground. It was a fun day and I’m sure we are all looking forward to watching this garden grow. 🌱


Thanks for coming down to the share at Broome Circle on the weekend. We hope you got some great ideas for prolonging your fruits and vegetables over the wet season. For more recipes check out our website and while you’re there become a member. 😁🌱 To volunteer at the community gardens. Come down to. Broome Circle Monday afternoons from 4.30pm. Or Lions Outback Vision Thursday afternoon from 4.30pm. Happy Gardening 🌱


Come along to The Shed for a planting day at the Kimberley Arts Network from 8 am on the 16th/17th of September. It would be great to see you there. 🌱


This Saturday we are talking about Preserves. bring along any recipes you would like to share and samples are welcome. Look forward to seeing you there, for an open discussion on how and what methods are used to preserve the last of our day season harvest. Come down to Broome Circle from 9am to 10am. 🌱


Everyone Welcome! Click here for event info 🙂 file:///private/var/folders/dw/946jpt3s02dc5p_5ms0cw9rh0000gn/T/


*****Update**** Our September share will be Broome Circle on the 9/9/23 9am


Big shout out to everyone who came to the LOV Garden today thank you it was fantastic 💙🌱

This is going to be fun! A lovely fundraiser to bring people together, connect people through music, vegetables and sharing. It also supports the work we do. See our website for more details. Get your tickets now from humanitix. Link in bio.
Come down to the Fresh Food Share this Saturday to talk compost. Jardine is a local composting enthusiast, and we just love having his energy and top tips at the Share. Join us to learn more.
On now at the library
Join us this Saturday for the Fresh Food Share. We've got a treat for you with Geoffrey Moss doing a cooking demo and offering tastings too. Bring a gold coin donation.
Geoff is a wonderful cook, through his upbringing, he has had a lifelong love and appreciation of all things Singaporean food. He is able to recreate a fusion of Malay, Indian and Chinese flavours in his home cooking. 
Many plants that grow well in our tropical climate are ones he has grown up with.  This will be a tasty and useful demo to bring inspiration to your garden and cooking endeavours.
Sharing this two day workshop with you all. Happening next Friday 24th and Saturday 25th. Lots of hands on learning involved. Come to one day or both. Register now! 
Thanks for putting this on SKIPA (Society for Kimberley Indigenous Plants and Animals), Environs Kimberley @environskimberley, WA Landcare and Kimberley Weeds Network.
Egyptian Spinach and basil restocked at @broomenaturalwellness , get it while it's fresh!
Our share is here! Join us on Saturday, for a chat with the fabulous Phil Docherty on getting your seeds started. 
Phil is a local plant expert with a depth of experience and practical knowledge on growing in the Kimberley. What works and what doesn't, when to plant and what. 
Come along and join the conversation.
Thanks for the poo @bowmans_transport_service ! I'll be taking it to the community verge garden on Frederick Street. We having gardening bees every Monday 4-6pm. Call @broomecircle on 91936245 if you'd like to join in.
The photo also shows off our hydrologic tipper trailer. Available to use, for free, for incredible Edible Broome resource members (annual resource membership $60). Check out our website to sign up (website link in bio).
Fresh, locally grown Egyptian Spinach is back @broomenaturalwellness . Straight from the Community Verge Garden. 
So many uses for this creamy leafy green: put it in your salad mix, spinach pie, spanikopita, saag paneer or green smoothie. Cook with it or eat it fresh! 
Get down to the Lions Outback Vision (LOV) kiosk and try it in their fresh and delicious salads (here's a photo of the one I had today, yum!). They also make their own sourdough. Thanks Ceire @keiraskitchenbroome
#incredibleediblebroome #vergegarden #grownlocalfoodnetwork #nationallandcareprogram #lovkioski #locallygrown #broomecircle



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Community gardens in and around Broome

Good soil for healthy seedling growth

On Saturday the 11th March, we had guest speaker Phil Docherty join us for a chat about soil. Phil has a wealth of knowledge on propagating plants, particularly natives.  His depth of knowledge on Kimberley plants and how to grow them stems from his experience running...

Wet season gardening

We had a great wet season Fresh Food Share with Monique Ellis on Saturday 1st October. We meet on the first Saturday of each month to share knowledge, produce, food and tips. Join us at our next one, on November 5, where we look at all the things you can do with...


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About Us

Incredible Edible Broome – A vibrant Broome food community where people are able to access, produce and celebrate local foods through culturally diverse shared experiences.

We are a volunteer based group who rely on the time, generosity and involvement of our local community.

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Sign up to our mailing list, drop us an email, participate in our monthly knowledge shares, explore our website, follow our blog and find us on social media.

We support several community gardens around Broome. Please contact us if you are interested in being involved.

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