A place to grow … nurture … collaborate

Samford Commons is emerging as a world class, innovative and exciting showcase for sustainable living, working and playing and is becoming an active precinct for innovation, arts, urban farming, education, science, environment, tourism and wellbeing. It is a public-private-community partnership with 17 organisations partnering SC.

Welcome to Samford Commons

In partnership with other entities such as Millen Farm and Creative Samford it is growing a sustainable local economy at Samford and is in  one of the fastest growing regions in Australia.  With a strong virtual presence the benefits will be far reaching to regional and rural Australians and globally…Read more…

Monthly meetings of Samford Commons members are held at Samford Commons on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7pm. All community members are welcome to participate in these meetings.

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Volunteer to help

For Samford Commons to be ‘a place to grow’ we need people who want to grow themselves and see the value in working with others to co-create the reality of the vision. Volunteers do things.  We need you.

Become a Member

Want to be part of one of the most exciting and meaningful experiences in Australia then start by  joining Samford Commons.

Latest News

Big Picnic Menu Now Online

You can now browse the menu options – Samford businesses around the park have put together some scrumptious options for your picnic hampers Pre-order your picnic lunch now – select your hamper type (plus add ons & options if applicable) Pay in advance – no need to...

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Wellbeing Trails and Big Picnic

Samford has for a long time been a ‘wellbeing destination’ for people to visit and live so the idea of a Wellbeing Trail fits beautifully within the Samford 100 years events. It seems the Wellbeing Trail will be a world first!! The Trail will be held on Saturday...

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Donate $$ or Services

New ideas, practical help and delivery of services are all needed at Samford Commons.  At the same time, in the formative years of Samford Commons, we need financial resources to build to the point of being a sustainable social enterprise, not reliant on government funds or donations.

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