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The Crystal Waters Permaculture Course

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The Crystal Waters Permaculture Course

Time: April 19, 2015 to May 1, 2015
Location: Crystal Waters
Street: 1/65 Kilcoy Lane,
City/Town: Conondale
Website or Map:…
Phone: 5313 4019 (Bruce), or 5494 4620 (Co-Op Office)
Event Type: course
Organized By: Crystal Waters
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2015

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Event Description

Permaculture Course April 2015

Crystal Waters Permaculture Design Course + PLUS*   


 Announcing the Crystal Waters

“PDC” Permaculture Training Course!

19th April to 1st May


 Early-bird Bookings Closing Soon!


Learn Permaculture from some of Australia’s foremost Permaculture educators while experiencing eco-village living at the UNESCO award-winning Crystal Waters Permaculture Village. 

An Australian Permaculture Course with leading Permaculture educators.


Permaculture Course Fees (includes All Meals)

Full Course fees are $2,100.  Note: A $250 discount is provided as early-bird Price ($1850) when booked prior to February 10, 2015, Or Early-bird Book by Feb 28 fee is $1950.

Course fees include:

  • Camping at the “EcoPark” – Crystal Waters Visitors Camping Area (Eco Caravan Park). Other accommodation options are also available on request at your own cost.
  • All Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, morning & afternoon teas.
  • 72 hours teaching time, with comprehensive course notes provided in your PDC Manual
  • PDC Certificate as a “Permaculture Consultant”
  • Permaculture Design Certification as approved by Bill Mollison (a founder of Permaculture)
  • Crystal Waters Monthly Market on Saturday morning May 2nd
  • Eco Village living experience in the award winning Crystal Waters Permaculture Village
  • Visits to eco homes and gardens to experience, learn & share Permaculture practices with community members
  • Social & local sightseeing events, experience the wildlife and the experience of being in an Eco Village!


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