EVERYONE is WELCOME to Sean Morrow’s Animal Habitat and Frog Pond Permaculture Paradise!
When: Saturday 18 May 2019
Time: 9 – 4 pm
Garden tours: will be run on the day at 9.30-11:30am, and 1-3pm
Where: 18 Hawk Lane, Pomona, QLD
Entry: $2 for all Permaculture Members and the General Public
Food: Permaculture Noosa members will be running a sausage sizzle on the day. Plus tea and coffee will be available for a gold coin donation.
Plant sales: a mixture of plants will be available on the day, including edibles.
DON’T MISS this wonderful opportunity to see Sean Morrow’s unique Permaculture Garden.Sean gave a presentation on Frog Ponds at our Permaculture Noosa Club Night in 2018.
Any questions call Dee Humphreys 049 775 4486 (Open Garden Coordinator)
Organic home food production is also a big part of the garden/property We grow 80+ edible plants ranging from vegetables, herbs, permaculture plants, Australian bush foods and exotic fruit trees.
The main focus for the garden/property is the creation of habitat for native birds, frogs, reptiles and small marsupials.
Visit 6.5 Acres of gently sloping North facing land that runs along 6 mile creek between Pomona and Cooran in the Noosa Hinterland.
The Gardens/property has been developed since 2002.
We have over 45 habitat ponds that have been installed and have made a tremendous increase to bio-diversity throughout the property. We have also planted hundreds of native/endemic plants to help support these animals. We have abundant wildlife, regular visitors include (but not limited to) 17 different species of frogs, water dragons, kangaroos, snakes, skinks, turtles, small marsupials, echidna, platypus, sugar gliders and dozens of bird species. We also have a happy, healthy and diverse blend of spiders and insects (a major part of the overall food chain).
The gardens also include plenty of exotic plants (clumping bamboo, trees, shrubs, grasses, palms and ground covers).
BRING YOUR FRIENDS, and COME AND ENJOY THIS PERMACULTURE PARADISE!