Years ago, I used to rotate my garden beds at the community garden. I have 6 beds in my plot and I would put the compost pile in the fallow plot. It worked, but then I did a lot of things wrong when I first tried to make compost. Composting in the tropics can be tricky. You cannot put persistent weeds in the compost pile, they don't die. I had so much greens that I did not have enough browns so my first piles were slimy, stinky and really wet. They sank fast so they did not hot compost even with compost starter. I made my pile pretty much out of one type of green instead of a mix of greens and browns. The weeds grew on the compost pile.
I got better results when I did bag composting first. It was still mostly greens and slimy, but I had a lot fewer weeds surviving.
Later I learned to chop my greens better, bag and trash the persistent weeds, add more browns. I also did not need to buy anymore compost starter. Soil, bagged manure, and fertilizer provided enough nitrogen and organisms to seed the pile.
The pile got a lot hotter and cooked better when I built it in a day instead of over a few weeks. It still did not get hot enough, long enough but it did "steam" better. It took me a while to learn to balance the greens and browns.
Even with all the mistakes I made I still got a few inches of good compost at the bottom of the pile whichI turned into the bed when it was time to plant.
Happy gardening in Hawaii. Gardens are where people grow.