This Grand 5 Day Tour is a great opportunity to see mature permaculture food forests and glean wisdom from the elders who built pioneering permaculture technologies. demonstrations of keyline water management, rocket-stoves, solar systems, integrated worm-farms, wicking beds, social permaculture projects, layered plantings, rare fruits, micro-climates, companion planting, indigenous foods and more. Best of all, you can glean some wisdom from Permaculture leaders.
Sunday 22nd April End Friday 27th April
We shall tour through Southern Highlands, Kangaroo Valley, Berry, Kiama, Wollongong then return. We will start and finish at Canberra Railway station. Alternatively you can catch the train on to Sydney airport or central station.
Permaculture Leaders Will Host You
Your hosts April Sampson-Kelly and Paul Kelly have been researching and practicing permaculture for over 25 years and are locals to this beautiful area. Paul is an international Eco-engineer and April is an international permaculture teacher, designer, researcher and illustrator. Both are passionate about science and permaculture. Here is a link to their site which will be part of the tour. http://www.permaculturevisions.com/about/our-demonstration-site/
Contact April 0413539744 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
5 Day pass includes: Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Entry to gardens, national park, tree-top walk, Gifts to hosts, guidebook, guides. Free transport is offered by April and Paul. Places are strictly limited in mini-vans to 22 persons. Booking is essential.
Our Accommodation includes breakfast. Alternatively, you are welcome to organise your own accommodation. We have booked and paid deposit for up to 14 persons. If you wish to camp, and wish to travel with our free transport service you will need to stay within walking distance to our base.
On Sunday 22nd and Mon 23rd we are staying in Bundanoon [there is a campsite at Gambells Rest], On Tues 24th we stay In Kangaroo Valley [Glenmark camping ground is close by]. On Wed 25th and Thurs 26th we stay in Kiama in cabins at the beautiful resort on the headland, camping sites are available right there. BUT this is a very popular holiday site you will need to book as soon possible.