Fabulous Fairfield Garden Awards

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Collage of winning gardens form the Fabulous Fairfield Garden competition

Fabulous Fairfield is a program that recognises the hard work of our City’s keen gardeners. Our residents maintain the landscaping of their homes and grow beautiful gardens with flowers, vegetables and native plants for their own enjoyment, as well as improving the overall look and environmental quality of our City.

Each month at Council meetings, numerous residents are presented the Fabulous Fairfield award, which consists of a gift card of their choosing, to the amount of $100, plants from the Fairfield Community Nursery and a framed Certificate of Achievement.

At the end of the year, we acknowledge the pride and dedication that so many residents display in their gardens by presenting the Garden of the Year Award. All of the monthly Fabulous Fairfield winners are eligible for the annual award.


To nominate a garden for an award complete the online nomination form.

For more information on Fabulous Fairfield, please email fabfairfield@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au or telephone 9725 0222.

Submit a Nomination Form

2023 School Garden of the Year Awards

Council runs a School Garden Competition which awards schools who maintain striking gardens. The grand prize is a cheque to the amount of $1,000.00 and a school banner. Finalists receive a $100.00 gift card to contribute to their garden maintenance, a framed certificate of appreciation and a small token gift.

The winners are judged on a number of categories, such as design and layout, planting management, creativity, functionality, recycling functions and student involvement.

Nominations close on Friday 13 October 2023.

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Nomination Form

2023 Garden of the Year Awards

All of our monthly Fabulous Fairfield winners are eligible for the annual Garden of the Year Award which is presented at the last Council meeting of the year, in December. The prize includes a cheque to the amount of $500.00, an ornamental plant and a feature in Council’s City Connect email newsletter.  

The gardens are judged based on sustainability, environmental impacts, plants used, presentation and creativity.