About the Trail

The Northland Edible Garden Trail was run for the first time in Whangarei and the Kerikeri region the 12th and 13th February 2022. Thirteen inspirational edible gardens were open for the public to meet the gardeners, have a chat, look, learn and to be inspired to grow fruit and vegetables in a sustainable way. The trail featured small urban gardens, to rural lifestyle blocks to commercial growers and included demonstrations and workshops.

The Northland Edible Garden Trail was run as a not-for-profit event and was funded via the Kai Ora fund and in partnership with the Far North Resilient Communities Charitable Trust.

Gardens

13 gardens were on show in the 2022 Northland Edible Garden Trail from small urban gardens to large rural properties.

Click below to see a list of gardens that were featured on the first ever Northland Edible Garden Trail

Interested in showing your edible garden?

The first Northland Edible Garden Trail was run in the Kerikeri and Whangarei areas and we are now looking to include all of Northland for the second event. If you would like to show your edible garden in February 2023 or at a later date click the link below for more information.

Click to see the Expressions of Interest Form

Contact

Send any queries you have about the trail to: NorthlandEdibleGardenTrail@gmail.com