Good Life Permaculture is based on muwinina country, lutruwita (Hobart, Tasmania) at the bottom of Australia.

We’re a permaculture landscape design and education enterprise that creates resilient and regenerative lives and landscapes.

Our approach to life is centered around the concept of radical homemaking. We place our home and community at the core of everything we do in order to create a good life.

We are Hannah Moloney and Anton Vikstrom (and little Frida Maria), plus a talented collection of practitioners – you can read more about us here and here. 

We design:
 We create permaculture designs for people’s homes (both urban and rural), community spaces and schools. 

We teach: We share what we know with others in the flesh and online with free videos to support them to live abundant, enjoyable and meaningful lives. We also work with some of the best permaculture and sustainability practitioners locally and nationally to make sure our students have nothing short of an awesome experience.

We work with our community: To create and implement projects all about living sustainably and meaningfully.

We live it: There is no separation between our work and lives. We love, believe in, and are committed to working towards living a truly integrated life; as Penny Livingston Stark says, “we are nature, working.” 

We’re committed advocates for climate action and First Nations justice: We speak up at every opportunity, are proud members of Groundswell Giving that fund climate action and “pay the rent” to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre. 

Oh and Hannah wrote a best selling book in 2021 called ‘The Good Life’ about how to live a good life in the face of the climate emergency. Within 6 months it was onto its third print run, a sign of how hungry people are for climate action!