Forgotten Arts Fair – Aug 2019

Want to learn how to get back to basics, do more using your hands and enjoy seeing how to live in a more natural way?  Then come and be a part of the inaugural Forgotten Arts Fair at Djanbung Gardens, 74 Cecil St Nimbin, Saturday 10th August, 10am-5pm. Escape from the world of mass production, …

Repair Cafe at Djanbung

Most of us have things that need a little repair or maintenance, but often it’s hard to find the time and/or the tools or skills to do the job. The idea of the Repair Café is to bring people together to help each other repair and maintain things in a fun and sociable atmosphere. Nimbin’s …

Animal Massacre at Djanbung Gardens

Reward for information on animal massacre We are seeking any information to help police find who committed the horrendous attack on our livestock at Djanbung Gardens yesterday morning. We want to thank the Nimbin police for their prompt response–this is a serious crime and they are working hard to find the perpetrator. Outraged members of …

LandsEnd Inaugural Meeting & Conversation Cafe

LandsEnd Forge & Forgotten Arts Workshop Inaugural Meeting and Conversation Café, Thursday Nov 3 from 6pm at Djanbung Gardens Please join us for this launch of this exciting project. 6pm Come and check out the LandsEnd site and progress to date, 6.30pm bring something to share for a pot-luck community dinner. 7.15pm Join the conversation …

Formidable Vegetable LIVE at Djanbung – June 5

Formidable Vegetable Sound System

The irrepressible Charlie Mgee is coming back to Djanbung for World Environment Day, June 5, for a fun-filled afternoon gig with his Formidable Vegetable Sound System.  Since studying permaculture here at Djanbung in 2011, Charlie’s been writing, performing, recording and inspiring crowds around the world with his fun songs about permaculture and living the good …

Jarlanbah Community

A community treading lightly on the earth I enjoy wandering up the path weaving through my tropical food jungle, over the invisible boundary line and straight onto a Jarlanbah track. No fences obstruct my way, nor the freedom of the wallabies and other wildlife we share the land with. This is how it should be …