Over the back fence

 

Our choko vines have slowly begun creeping over the corrugated iron back fences.

Love them or hate them, chokos were once a common sight growing over back fences, outdoor dunnies and chook houses.

Easy to grow, just one vine produces a bumper crop of (some would say tasteless) vegies.

About the Author

Head and shoulders portrait of woman set against brick wall.
Anna Cossu
Curator
Susannah Place Museum, Museum of Sydney, Justice and Police Museum
Inspired by wonderful and slightly eccentric history teachers and after her own foray as a teacher, Anna found herself drawn to the world of museums.

Foundation

Annual Appeal 2019Monday 6 May 2019

Our museums are held ‘in trust’ for future generations and we must preserve them to ensure a future as valuable as their past. We can do this with your support through our Annual Appeal 2019.

Exterior shot looking up very tall buildings.

Sydney Open

Become part of Sydney Open 2019: EOI now openWednesday 27 March 2019

Our exciting program for Sydney Open 2019 will open even more buildings and spaces that are usually off-limits to the public, alongside new talks and tour experiences. To be part of it all, we invite you to submit an expression of interest by 30 April.

Ornate fountain in garden setting in front of house with stylised battlement facade and verandah.

Volunteers

Museum Volunteer opportunity: Vaucluse HouseThursday 4 July 2019