The North West Community Health Centre has an indigenous garden available for the use of local Aboriginal people as a meeting place (or just a lovely place to visit and be).

It is at the back (right side of the Centre as you approach from the main entrance) through a gate. The garden is fenced – it has a pool in it without a cover so care needs to be taken with children.

Local Aboriginal people were involved in the layout of the garden and selection of indigenous plants (Terry when he was working at the Centre and Uncle George). There are native mulberries.

The whole wall of the Centre facing the garden is decorated with a huge Aboriginal painting.

The garden has a number of beautiful rock sculptures in it.

The front wall outside the main entrance to the Centre is a high rock wall and it has been painted by local indigenous children with hand prints symbols like a kangaroo Aboriginal flag.

This is one of the most outstanding art sites in the Kedron Brook valley.