This collaborative event is the annual showcase & celebration of Permaculture goodness from all around Aotearoa. This year the South Coast Environment Center is hosting us at Robert & Robyn Guyton’s internationally renown Forest Garden in Riverton.
There are plenty of spaces to meet and moot, amongst the circles of trees, under the cover of canvas or their insulated community-sized Mongolian yurt and inside of our enormous grow-house and teaching space. The venue site is located on the west edge border 2 km from Riverton town center, which overlooks the estuary of the tiny south coast fishing village and beach resort.
Riverton is well known for kia moana – mussels, paua, flounder, blue cod; surfing, safe swimming beaches, diving, kite surfing, and several times a year, dolphins swim up under the bridge to fish in the estuary.
The hui workshops will focus on many Heritage topics: Seeds, Fruit, Appropriate Technologies, Values and Tradition Skills. We will also explore ways forward for a more sustainable future in alignment with these principles.
Please go here for a full outline of the event
You can also book a place on a Permaculture Tour of South Otago following straight after the hui. Go here for more information and to register. There are a range of events before the huhi as well, which you can discover here.
Financial members of Permaculture in New Zealand receive a $40 discount off a full event adult registration. Child and youth tickets already have the discounted price embedded within them. If you are not a financial member but would like to become one, please go here
Full event tickets include lunch and dinner, with breakfast as an optional add-on, Day tickets include lunch, with dinner as an add-on.
If you need parking on site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your registration number
Also please email email@example.com if you wish to offer a workshop or talk
Please note that as a charity organisation, both organisers and volunteers are donating their time in addition to their early bird ticket costs. We have kept prices as low as we can so these are now fixed and no alternative arrangements are possible.
April 4th, 2019 3:00 PM through April 7th, 2019 10:00 AM
20 Thames St
|Hui Registration - Early Bird|
|Full Event - Adult||$ 225.00|
|Full Event - Youth (12 - 18)||$ 124.00|
|Full Event - Child (2 - 11)||$ 62.00|
|Full Event - Family (2 adults and 2 children)||$ 505.00|
|Hui Registration - Day Passes|
|Adult Thursday (incl dinner)||$ 25.00|
|Youth Thursday (incl lunch)||$ 10.00|
|Adult Friday (incl lunch)||$ 70.00|
|Youth Friday (incl lunch)||$ 45.00|
|Adult Saturday (incl lunch)||$ 70.00|
|Youth Saturday (incl lunch)||$ 45.00|
|Adult Sunday (incl lunch)||$ 45.00|
|Youth Sunday (incl lunch)||$ 25.00|
|Dinner add on for Day Passes|
|Accomodation On-Site Marae Style incl mattress|
|Accomodation - Camping site (tent, vehicle etc)|
|Accomodation - Shared Bach|
|Accomodation - Guest House|
|Contribution to Travel Equalisation|
|Every bit helps||$ 10.00|
|Going a bit further||$ 20.00|
|A generous amount||$ 50.00|
|Truly magnanimous||$ 100.00|
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