We provide a range of design services, meaning there’s something for everyone. Explore our options below to find the one that suits you best, or get in touch with us to discuss creating a tailored design option. See some of our past designs here and contact us today on 0418 307 294 or email@example.com.
Private Property Design
For people who need a clear and basic design of what’s possible for their site, a thorough list of resources and networks they can access to help their bring their design to life.
Recommended to people who are looking for a deeper insight into their property and require a strong template for how to transform their home into a permaculture landscape.
Full Site Design
For people who are looking to create a productive landscape from scratch or are adapting an existing property and require a tailored design and manual to guide them through this process.
About your designers...
Hannah Moloney grew up on a city farm in Brisbane growing herbs and has over a decade of hands-on experience in designing, building, managing and doing projects around urban agriculture, small-scale farming, permaculture and community development. She has a post-grad diploma in community cultural development and completed her Permaculture Design Course in 2008 and since 2009, has been teaching permaculture across Australia with the likes of the Southern Cross Permaculture Institute, the Permaforest Trust and Milkwood Permaculture. In 2011 she completed a Diploma of Permaculture with Eltham College (VIC) and has taken short courses in teacher training with Rosemary Morrow, the soil food web with Dr Elaine Ingham and reading the landscape with David Holmgren. In recent years Hannah has taught alongside some of the most celebrated permaculturalists in the world including David Holmgren (co-founder of permaculture) and Dave Jacke (US author of Edible Forest Gardens).
Anton Vikstrom is a sustainability specialist with over 15 years experience in urban agriculture, renewable energy, international development, energy efficiency and sustainability. He has an Environmental Science degree where he honed in on Human Ecology, Geography and Agro-ecology. His research Thesis was on understanding energy flows through urban agricultural systems. Since then he has worked with nationally recognised not-for-profit organisations such as The Alternative Technology Association, Cultivating Community and Tasmania’s very own Sustainable Living Tasmania. In addition to his deep professional experience he has a wealth of knowledge of practical sustainability, from off-grid solar power, carpentry, and landscaping to brewing, fermenting, kite making and sewing.