Permaculture Noosa
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Permaculture Noosa



Permaculture Noosa is an Incorporated Association formed to encourage and promote permaculture within the Noosa area of the Sunshine Coast of Australia.

Meetings are held every third Thursday of the month at the RSL Memorial Hall, Maple St, Cooroy (next to RSL) commencing at 7.30 pm (market from 7.00 pm).  

Meetings are free and open to the public.

Cooroy Memorial Hall

At our monthly meetings, members have stalls of produce and  plants  for sale.

A seed saving bank is  available to donate to and to access.

There is a library for members to borrow books that relate to permaculture.

Every month an interesting speaker with a particular expertise presents to the group.


Often,  a member presents a profile of a plant, its uses, how to grow and propagate it.

The evening wraps up with supper and an opportunity to socialise with other members, the guest speakers and visitors.


Members occasionally arrange a permablitz (formerly know as a PET day) to help establish or maintain gardens at another member’s property.  This is a great hands-on way of learning permaculture techniques in a social activity.




We produce a monthly newsletter liz hansons webfor members.

There are many talented and skilled people in our group.  A register of members and their skills is updated and distributed to members every three months, enabling easy contact within the group.

Members are also involved in establishing school gardens which become outdoor classrooms to promote permaculture principles while teaching kids that healthy eating and growing their own food go hand in hand.


A key event in the calendar for many years has been the Nambour Garden Expo.  Permaculture Noosa showcases  a permaculture kitchen garden, runs workshops, and provides information to the public.


Workshops and courses are also held continually throughout the year in community gardens and on members’ properties.  These range from the full 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course to specific courses on techniques such as  composting and special interest courses like cheesemaking.



  • To provide  a sustainable alternative to ornamental gardens and monoculture, with edible gardens and farm designs; integrating crops and animals plus eco-friendly architecture and renewable energy systems.
  • To provide the local community with information and guidance on sustainable living based on permaculture principles.
  • To organise activities to fund the operation of the group; supply newsletters and provide access to plants and seeds.
  • To provide practical education with hands-on workshops and field days.


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