Events and News

Upcoming Events

Incredible Edible Broome organises a number of fun, engaging and inclusive events that celebrate local food and provide opportunities for the community to connect and learn.
See below for the latest news and events, or follow us on Facebook.

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. 🌱

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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. 🌱

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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 https://incredibleediblebroome.org.au/ 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 🌱

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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. 🌱

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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. 🌱

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Everyone Welcome! Click here for event info 🙂 file:///private/var/folders/dw/946jpt3s02dc5p_5ms0cw9rh0000gn/T/com.microsoft.Outlook/Outlook%20Temp/BWG%20Nature%20Trail%20downloadable%5B93%5D.pdf

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Past Events

See some of popular events from the previous years

Broome Harvest 2021

19th September 11.30am – 2pm

Visit our Broome Harvest 2021 event page for more information.

Book tickets through Broome CIRCLE by following this link then selecting Broome Harvest.

Broome Harvest, September 2019

Broome Harvest is an annual celebration of local food offered through a plethora of dishes made from local ingredients. Run by Incredible Edible Broome and hosted by Matsos brewery, the lunchtime feast is abuzz, feeding up to 200 people. The event is a show of community generosity and good spirit with donations and volunteers making it all possible for the community to enjoy at an affordable price. It is held during the Shinju Matsuri festival, a perfect time to harvest a dry season’s crop and celebrate local produce, local producers and artisans of the food industry. A bustling family friendly event relaxing under the mango trees with music and a diversity of dishes to suit all ages and tastebuds.

Link to radio interview

Broome Harvest, September 2019

Broome Harvest is an annual celebration of local food offered through a plethora of dishes made from local ingredients. Run by Incredible Edible Broome and hosted by Matsos brewery, the lunchtime feast is abuzz, feeding up to 200 people. The event is a show of community generosity and good spirit with donations and volunteers making it all possible for the community to enjoy at an affordable price. It is held during the Shinju Matsuri festival, a perfect time to harvest a dry season’s crop and celebrate local produce, local producers and artisans of the food industry. A bustling family friendly event relaxing under the mango trees with music and a diversity of dishes to suit all ages and tastebuds.

Link to radio interview

Broome North Community Garden regular working bee, ongoing

The Broome North Community Garden packs a punch. A seemingly small space created in 2016 on the corner of Tanami Drive and Magabala Road, a wide range of fruits, vegetables and herbs as well as seedlings grow in this productive patch. We are there every week (and in between) on Wednesday between 4-6pm. Anyone and everyone is welcome to come down, have a look, lend a hand or just say hi.

CIRCLE verge garden regular working bee, ongoing

From a strip of under appreciated grass and weeds, the CIRCLE verge garden on the corner of Frederick and Welds Streets was repurposed for the greater good of the community in the wet season of 2018/2019. We are there every Thursday 4-6pm harvesting, planting, weeding and preparing the garden beds. This productive space has produced lots of wonderful crops in just a year of operation, including snake beans, eggplants, watermelons, tomatoes, sunflowers, green manures and cabbage.

CIRCLE verge garden regular working bee, ongoing

From a strip of under appreciated grass and weeds, the CIRCLE verge garden on the corner of Frederick and Welds Streets was repurposed for the greater good of the community in the wet season of 2018/2019. We are there every Thursday 4-6pm harvesting, planting, weeding and preparing the garden beds. This productive space has produced lots of wonderful crops in just a year of operation, including snake beans, eggplants, watermelons, tomatoes, sunflowers, green manures and cabbage.

Movie Screenings with Q&A – A New Economy, December 2018

In December 2018 we partnered with Notre Dame University and Environs Kimberley to offer a free screening of the film “A New Economy”.

We love getting together to watch and discuss sustainability themed documentaries and aim to organise several each year. All people are welcome and the aim is to create an inclusive and friendly environment, with the opportunity to build relationships with others and discuss the movie and other relevant topics afterwards.

Incredible Edible Garden Bike Tour, July 2018

Garden tours are popular events. We all love to see what someone else is doing in their patch of pindan, so in July 2018 we combined two fun things, edible gardens and cycling! We visited three gardens in the Broome North area, as well as the community garden. It was amazing to see the diversity of plants growing, from green manures and fruit trees to beautifully designed small spaces utilising chickens and mealworms.

Incredible Edible Garden Bike Tour, July 2018

Garden tours are popular events. We all love to see what someone else is doing in their patch of pindan, so in July 2018 we combined two fun things, edible gardens and cycling! We visited three gardens in the Broome North area, as well as the community garden. It was amazing to see the diversity of plants growing, from green manures and fruit trees to beautifully designed small spaces utilising chickens and mealworms.

Groovin in the Garden with Charlie Mcgee, June 2018

Incredible Edible Broome presented Groovin’ in the Garden with Charlie Mcgee for some family friendly fun of the electro, funk, ukelele, permaculture variety. It was beautiful out under the mango tree. The crowd and Charlie brought the place alive! The soups, cakes and sourdough were also a hit.

Woods Drive Project February 2017 (joint project with SKIPA – Society for Kimberley Indigenous Plants and Animals)

In partnership with SKIPA, we transformed a stretch of neglected parkland into an edible avenue using native plants over the 2017 Wet Season. Over three working bees, donations of trees from SKIPA and mulch from the Shire and Ask Alex, the project was completed in 2017. The strip of parkway was further enhanced through a street art youth engagement project bringing the adjacent fenceline alive with vibrant locally themed art.

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