Permaculture Noosa
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Permaculture Noosa

This Month’s Meeting


Martin Enoch

Martin Enock


CURRY NIGHT with entertainment by Martin Enock

 You are invited to join us at Permaculture Noosa for a shared meal. Come along and meet people in the area who have various skills, knowledge and experiences in living a healthy, fruitful life.

A local musician, Martin Enock, has offered to share his talent with us through music and storytelling. He is a finger-picking guitarist, Africa born, who was well known around the Folk Clubs and Folk Festivals in Southern Africa in the 1970’s, and who has recently picked up his music again after a work-and-family-responsibilities induced hiatus of several decades. Martin prefers the intimacy of playing unplugged in a lounge-room atmosphere to a listening audience, and will entertain us with an assortment of original songs and instrumentals, as well as well-known folksy covers, so be prepared to sing!

If you have a talent you’d like to share, you’re welcome to perform!


When: Thursday 21 July 2016

Time: 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm)

Where: Cooroy State Primary School Hall, 59 Elm Street, Cooroy

Bring to share: A pot of curry, a dessert or any accompaniment (rice will be provided)

BYO: Drink of your choice. Plate, cutlery & glass

There will be a market place if anyone has any excess produce and plants to share or sell. The Seed Bank will be available as well as the monthly raffle.

We look forward to a fun night warmed up by wholesome food, great company and shared talents.


Upcoming in August

On the Thursday 18th August there will be a presentation by one of our long-standing members, Mel Hobbins, who will share his experiences on his Traveston property. Mel is renowned for growing delicious citrus, persimmons, dragonfruit and a variety of vegetables. He will take us on his journey over the past 10 years showing what he has learned and how he has achieved growing food.

Permaculture Noosa monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Doors open at 5.30pm when meals will be available before the meeting. A market takes place where we share surplus home grown produce and plants by giving, exchanging or selling. Entry is a gold coin donation for non-members. The meeting begins at 6.30pm and the night is complete with a “bring a plate” shared supper at 8pm. All welcome.