Location: 18 Hawk Lane, Pomona, QLD
The property is 6.5 acres of gently sloping north-facing land, located in the Noosa Hinterland. The land is bordered on the northern side by Six Mile Creek, which runs between Pomona and Cooran. The gardens and property have been developed since 2002.
The main focus of the garden/property is habitat creation for native birds, frogs, reptiles, small marsupials and insects
We have planted thousands of native and endemic plants to help support these animals, as well as importing rocks, logs and mulch to create the habitat which supports abundant wildlife. We have installed over 70 habitat ponds and 12 bird baths across the property, which have greatly increased the biodiversity throughout the property.
Organic home food production also makes up a major element of the garden/property
We grow 100+ species of edible plants ranging from vegetables, herbs and permaculture plants, through to Australian bush foods and exotic fruit and nut trees.
The garden also contains plenty of exotic plants, including: clumping bamboo, trees, shrubs, herbs and ground covers.
Garden Tours: Will be run on both days by Sean Morrow at 9:30am and 1:30pm
Plant Sales: A variety of plants, including edibles, will be available for purchase on both days, starting at $3
Entry Fee: $2 per person
Cash only transactions available for entry and plant purchases. Amari Flavours and the Permaculture Noosa sausage sizzle will accept both cash and card transactions for food purchases.
Food options available for purchase on both days:
- Permaculture Noosa members will be running a sausage sizzle both days
- Amari Flavours (Latin Fusion food van) will be running on both days
Contact: Sean Morrow on 0411 312 284 for any inquires