Welcome to Djanbung Gardens, international permaculture centre in the beautiful Nimbin valley of northern NSW, Australia. Please meet the team, discover the gardens, our permaculture college, the village and bioregion, and find out about participating, visiting us or joining a tour.
Djanbung Gardens was designed and founded by permaculture pioneer, Robyn Francis, and is globally renowned as one of permaculture’s leading education and demonstration sites. The public programs are managed by Permaculture College Australia Inc, a non-profit organisation specialising in vocational training and community education in permaculture, earth stewardship and sustainable practices.
Our mission is here is to honor the wisdom of the Djanbung spirit by empowering people with knowledge and skills to develop respectful relationships with each other and all beings, as custodians of the earth.
You can attain the APT Diploma in the following ways, depending on your level of experience in permaculture. • Flexible Learning & RPL If you’ve a good foundation of practical permaculture experience in addition to your PDC, you can participate in the...
There’s several ways you can do this, depending on your knowledge and skills and what you have been doing since the PDC. 1. Experienced permaculturists can apply for a qualification under RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) or RCC (Recognition of Current Competency)....
Djanbung (pronounced with a hard ‘j’ and silent ‘d’) means platypus in the local Wiyabul dialect – the name was given by senior Bundjalung elder and lore keeper, Uncle Eric Walker.
Discover more about the indigenous significance of the Djanbung.