Permaculture Design Course Part time (3 hours north of Sydney)

01/04/2017 - 10/09/2017 @ All Day

Garden to Table Permaculture, 74 Coomba Road, Charlotte Bay, NSW


WHEN: Saturday 1 April 2017 until Sunday 10 September 2017
TIME: 12:00am to 12:00am
WHERE: Garden to Table Permaculture 74 Coomba Road Charlotte Bay


Permaculture Design Certificate (72 hours) provides an introduction to permaculture design as created by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren.  Upon completion of the full curriculum students will earn the internationally recognised Permacutlure Design Certificate.

Course: Permaculture Design Certificate Course (PDC) Part time course, held over 6 weekends

Date: 1st & 2nd April,  20th & 21st May, 3rd & 4th June, 1st & 2nd July, 5th & 6th August & 9th & 10th September (72 hours)

Venue: Garden to Table Permaculture, A Permaculture Homestead

Mid North Coast of Australia, Pacific Palms, NSW, just 3 hours north of Sydney

Includes: A 1 year subscription to PIP magazine and a 1 year membership to Permaculture Australia. Morning & afternoon tea & lunch .  *Students will provide their own breakfast & dinner.


Earlybird price: $1995  ($300 deposit – Paid before 20th Feb 2017)

Full Price: $2300 (Paid after 20th Feb 2017 )

Group price: $1700 (2 or more people)

Nestled amongst a Eucalyptus Forest on the Mid North Coast of NSW Garden to Table Permaculture is just 3 hours drive north of Sydney. We are passionate about teaching people how easy it is to grow and prepare their own food in line with the Permaculture Ethics – Earth Care, People Care & Fair Share. A two week residential Permaculture Design Course taught on a small acreage Permaculture Homestead.

A small balcony garden in the city, a suburban block or acres, Garden to Table Permaculture will teach you how to make growing food part of your everyday life and have food at your fingertips to nourish yourself, your family and your community.

Do you want to learn skills for sustainable living, growing your own food, designing your own patch of Paradise or designing to create sustainable communities ? It doesn’t matter if you live in an apartment in the city, a suburban block or acres, you will learn how to make sustainable living part of your daily life.

Phone Megan Cooke on 0413 769 530 for more information, I’d love to chat to you personally about this course. We’re so excited!

Our teachers…

Megan Cooke Permaculture Teacher

Megan Cooke Permaculture Teacher

Megan Cooke, director of Garden to Table Permaculture, has a combined 24 years experience in horticulture, permaculture and outdoor education. Megan worked for Great Lakes Council teaching a ‘Gardening for Sustainability Program, taught children in the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program and managed Forster Community Garden for seven years.

Certified by Permaculture College Australia in 2006  she completed her PDC with Robyn Francis. In 2012 she completed her Permaculture teacher training with Rosemary Morrow & Nick Ritar at Milkwood Permaculture. In 2013 Megan visited Malawi in Africa where she completed her second Permaculture Design Course.

Megan is passionate about sharing the knowledge she has learnt from her sustainable living journey of building a Rammed Earth passive solar house surrounded by Permaculture gardens, with her husband and two children in Pacific Palms.



Brett Cooper

Brett owns and operates Limestone Permaculture Farm in the Stroud Valley, on the Mid North Coast, a small diverse farm with a farm gate, market garden and mixed animals. He works as a Permaculture designer, educator & market gardener.

Brett has been the director on the Gloucester Food Hub, coordinator for the Mayfield Community Gardens, manager for the stroud Growers Market and is currently the Chief Steward of the ‘Produce Pavillion’ at the Stroud Show.


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