Australasian Permaculture Convergence to be held in Canberra
The fourteenth Australasian Permaculture Convergence will be held in Canberra from 15-19 April 2018. The four day convergence kicks off with the ACT Permaculture Festival on Sunday 15 April 2018, at Canberra City Farm and then 4 days of connecting and learning at The Greenhills Centre in Cotter. Followed by tours, workshops and courses across South East NSW.
Convergence attendees are expected to have completed a permaculture design course or equivalent, or to be participating in a design course. Three keynote speakers have been announced so far including David Holmgren (co-founder of Permaculture), Bruce Pascoe (author of Dark Emu) and Tammi Jonas (current President of the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance).
Submissions for presentations, demonstrations and displays at the convergence are now open, with permaculturalists young and old invited to participate, it is the participation from within the community that will make this event a success through the sharing of knowledge and networking opportunities this brings.
If you are keen to volunteer to be involved in organising the convergence, or throughout the convergence please do let us know, it takes the community to help deliver this large-scale event.
If you are keen to attend the convergence, get in quick to take advantage of our early-bird discount for the first 100 tickets
.All bookings are through the Southern Harvest Association website
for the convergence and on-site accommodation and camping.
Permaculture Australia member special – $595 Includes — convergence, shared accommodation and all meals.
Earlybird Special – For first 100 tickets is $595 Includes — convergence, shared accommodation and all meals.
Find out more about ticket prices and bookings
Note: There are separate children’s tickets available. There is no charge to bring children aged under 2 to the Convergence. Accommodation for under 2’s is also free provided they do not require a bed (i.e. sharing with a parent or bringing your own cot etc.).
Find out more about the Australasian Permaculture Convergence