Welcome to the Brisbane Organic Growers Inc. (BOGI) website where you can find details about the club, including how to JOIN the club. There is also information about organic gardening including content tailored to the Brisbane, Queensland area.

Our general meetings are held at the Peace Hall in Windsor on the first Thursday of every month except Janurary.


2017 BOGI Fair

The 2017 BOGI Fair was held at the Peace Hall, 102 McDonald Road Windsor (near the Albion railway station), on Sunday the 27th of August from 9am to 3pm. It was the 31st Brisbane Organic Growers Fair.

Thanks so much to everyone who helped to make the day a success.

Check out the 2017 fair flyer, along with the updated stallholders list available below.

Our next BOGI Fair will be held on Sunday 26th August 2018. We hope to see you at the fair!



Our July Speaker will be Dan Willmann. Dan has been with Rocky Point Mulching for over 10 years and has a wealth of knowledge on organic gardening and sustainability. He has been involved in all facets of the business; from the research and development of products for the retail market, production and manufacturing, logistics, sales and marketing, and the diversification of the business moving forward.

He will discuss the steps Rocky Point Mulching takes for both commercial and retail production in organic gardening products, and how they aim to improve their business.


Scott Sheppard from AgNova Technologies will do a presentation on the FRUITION® Fruit Fly Trap which is a revolutionary lure and trap for the egg-laying female Queensland fruit fly. Fruition Fruit Fly Trap was launched in early October 2016 at Griffith University’s Nathan Campus. Griffith University and agricultural product company AgNova Technologies collaborated to produce Fruition, the nation’s first non-toxic response to fruit flies.


This is the meeting when you will have an opportunity to express your gratitude for the effort members of the BOGI Executive, Committee and Office Bearers have contributed to ‘Your’ club to keep it running smoothly while satisfying the requirements of as many members as possible using organic methods to grow our plants.

We do not hassle or put pressure on any member to take on any role in our club as volunteers are usually easy to find when required.

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