Successful 1 day workshop completed at the recently created Murrindindi Farm on the outskirts of Sydney with 20 odd participants from all walks of life and with a variety of skills and interests participating.  The idea was to create a new circular seating area for future permaculture workshops on the land using recycled materials and as an introductory ‘fundamentals’ workshop in the design and practicalities of Earthship Biotecture building design. 

Hopefully all who attended had an enjoyable and fulfilling day, as it was mostly a hands on busy action-packed workshop with a load of new skills and tricks learn in how to use the waste products of today and transform them into practical building solutions for tomorrow.


The day was also an opportunity for like-minded members of the community to unite and meet and share knowledge and information so we can join up in the future in building and learning more about this radical building framework together.

Thanks for all the hard work and assistance of the Murrindindi Family, I hope your future workshops and projects are just as successful and I was really grateful for your input, hard work and hospitality.

For a blog on the project and other future projects see

Earthship workshop done and dusted! Yay!