Your Itinerary for Grand Permaculture Tour

Join Our Journey From Canberra To Sea

Over 5 days you will travel with 4 experienced Permaculture practioners: April Sampson-Kelly researcher at  PermacultureVisions, Paul Kelly a green technology Engineer, Pete-the-Permie and his partner Sylvia a rare fowls breeder. If you have any permaculture questions – ask this mob and see what fun they have to sort it out for you.

…and that’s just your Entree

Here is the program for our Grand Permaculture Tour:
You will travel to key permaculture destinations in the beautiful Southern Highlands.
You will meet:
  • Elder Permaculture Designer David Johnson and Herbs specialist Anne Johnson in Penrose
  • Educator and Leader, Jill Cockram‘s mature permaculture property in Exeter
  • MOSS VALE Community gardens 
  • Permaculture Designer Peter Lach-Newinsky near Bundanoon
  • Companion Plants author Judith and Paul Collins at EarthKeepers in Buxton
  • Peter Brandis IncrEdible Films organiser, Permaculturalist and activist in Kangaroo Valley
  • David Lonegan broad acre permaculture designs in Upper Kangaroo Valley
  • Carolyn and Geoff of Doorstep Organics experienced in organic certification and CSI Farming, in Berry Mountain
  • Kiama community garden. See thriving Permaculture community garden designed for a steep slope
  • P.C.Y.C. Aaron Sorenson. Meet one of Wollongong’s oldest community gardens with a mission.
  • Balinese Spice Magic chef Julianna Mitry see and taste different spices and foods.
  • Warrawong GREEN CONNECT. Meet Callum Champagne and his transformative work with refugees growing food on difficult terrain.
  • Port Kembla laneway project. See what 20 years can throw at a laneway of food plants
  • Mt Kembla Permaculture Visions 26 year old Food Jungle. Home of April and Paul online permaculture educators in 67 countries.
  • Ecologist Jo Dodd Quarter Acre Farm in Mittagong

Work of Leisure

Be warned, we intend to stop to have a little fun at the falls, look-outs, tree-top walk, Minamurra aboriginal fishing ground and Cathedral Rocks and at night some of us will haunt the odd village pub or brewery.

Where Next?

Investment is $130 per day (excluding evening meal and accommodation – camping with camp kitchens are available in each village), Free travel offered. Limit 20 persons.

Details are here.

Booking is here –

Contact April 0413539744