Series 2, Episode 6 : Air Date 22nd Apr 8:00pm

Costa explores Melbourne’s Kevin Heinze Garden Centre where people with disabilities get their hands in the dirt, do something physical and experience the sensory delights of the space. It’s a space where people can see, hear, touch, smell and taste a variety of plants and flowers. 

The Maidstone Community Centre also wishes to create this type of garden for their members and Costa transforms their overgrown backyard into a sensory haven where people can interact and connect with nature. 

It’s a philosophy that the Abbott of the Quang Mihn Buddhist Temple endorses – we need to create harmony and balance between the environment and our use of it which is why the Temple has installed a commercial worm farm to recycle the Temple’s waste.

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