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Tasman Ecovillage
Tasman Ecovillage
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1583 Nubeena Road, Nubeena, Tasmania, AU
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

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Tasman Ecovillage

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Rural, Residential, Intentional Communities, Community, Demonstration

Project Summary

A project to redevelop a resort in the centre of Nubeena into an ecovillage using permaculture principles.

Project Description

23 acres in Nubeena on the Tasman Peninsula is being redeveloped into a modern, sustainable and affordable ecovillage.

Planning approvals including a commercial centre are already in place and we are in the process of evolving a whole site development plan using permaculture principles for the benefit of residents, businesses and visitors.

It is early days but a few individuals and families are already living on site with some veggie gardens and fruit trees being established.

Eventually there will be more than 50 homes plus short term accommodation in the village centre.


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