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Randwick City Council

Permaculture 10 week workshop series

Where
27 Munda St
Randwick NSW 2031
Australia
When

Friday 3 May from 1:30pm to 4pm Friday 26 July from 1:30pm to 4pm Friday 18 October from 1:30pm to 4pm

Cost

Regular PermaBee (garden volunteer): FreeGeneral admission: $110

Autumn Program

Food Forest - May 3 to July 5

Fridays: 1:30pm-4pm

The ultimate productive garden, a food forest mimics a natural forest ecosystem. One that produces nutrient rich, delicious fruit, nuts, herbs and vegetables, as well as flowers, honey, timber, eggs and more. On top of this, food forests are home to a wide diversity of critters above and below the ground, a thriving web of life. And you are a central part of the whole wonderful natural thing.

Winter Program

Gardening on the Wildside - starting July 26

Discover the captivating world of creating garden homes for a variety of native creatures. Learn how to transform your garden into a haven for native bees, frogs, insects, birds, blue tongue lizards, and more, using low maintenance techniques that mimic nature. Immerse yourself in the beauty of native Australian plants while providing habitats that can bring hours of joy and fascination.

Spring Program

Growing Big in Small Spaces - starting Oct 18

Small spaces can yield big results when productive gardens are designed according to permaculture principles. With many of us limited in space, this practical course will help you grow more than you thought possible. 

Summer Program

Your Sustainable Home 2025 dates to be announced

Come on a journey of regeneration where we will examine many aspects of day to day living that can be tweaked to make a big difference to our health, environment and bank account. While the impact will be big, we will be taking a laid back approach!

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Randwick City Council

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