Tips for contributing to Spoonvilles and Rock Gardens
- using wooden spoons for 2 reasons – they offer a bigger spoon face to work with and they’re more environmentally friends in the event they’re ever washed away.
- when decorating them, avoid using plastic or anything that could wash away in rain.
- bringing a digging tool as the ground is rather dry at the moment, given the lack of recent rain.
- for rocks, choose a flat rock and consider using a sealant to protect your artwork.
- Tarban Creek Reserve – Manning Road & Tarban Street, Gladesville- Spoonville
- Bedlam Bay Community Garden, Gladesville – Spoonville
- Banjo Paterson Park, Gladesville- Rock Garden
- Diggers Avenue, Gladesville- Forkville
- High Street & Park Road Gladesville- Spoonville
- Bill Mitchell Park – down from the toilet block, Gladesville – Spoonville
- Woolwich Road, Woolwich – Spoonville
- Corner of Pidding Road & Cressy Road- near Pidding Park, Ryde – Spoonville
- Ryde Park opposite play equipment – secret garden of rocks & spoons
- Henry Street, Putney – waving hands
- Morrison Bay Park, Putney
- Parklands Road between Whiteside Street & David Ave, North Ryde – Spoonville
- Wilson Street, North Ryde, rock and spoon garden
- 42 Melba Drive East Ryde – Spoon, rock and paddle pop creations
- Corner of Adelaide Street and Hay Street – Spoonville
- Corner of Wharf Road and Waratah Street, Melrose Park
- Cowells Lane Reserve, Ermington – Spoonville
- Abuklea Road Kotara Park, North Rocks – Rock and Spoon Garden
Let us know of any others you’ve found!