Australasian Permaculture Convergences (APCs) happen every 2 years, usually in the Autumn. Convergence attendees are expected to have completed a permaculture design course or equivalent, or to be participating in a design course.
Attendees typically come from all over Australia, New Zealand and south-east Asia. They are an opportunity for everyone to share their permaculture journey, their research into resilient and productive systems, and have fruitful discussions about the future directions of permaculture in the world.
They are a chance to showcase best practice in sustainable living and demonstrate how permaculture can bring about positive changes in people’s lives, the environment and offer solutions to the inevitable changes that are taking place in the world right now.
The location of APCs moves around both Australia and NZ.
- APC 14 - 2018: Canberra/ACT/South Coast NSW
- APC 13 — 2016: Swanleign, West Australia
Images from Perth.
- APC 12 — 2015: Penguin, Tasmania
- APC 11— 2012: New Zealand
Images from Turangi
- APC 10 — 2010: Kuranda, QLD
- APC 9 — 2008: Sydney
Images from Sydney
- APC 8 — 2005: Melbourne