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on the Central Coast


Ecovillage Events

Open Day Tours are back on! Other ecovillage events may still be online.

Cohousing and Lots available

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Come and Visit

The Narara Ecovillage is located on the beautiful Central Coast, just over an hour north of Sydney. Nestled in the bush and not far from pristine beaches, the Ecovillage is located just off the freeway to the city, minutes from modern conveniences and the train station, yet surrounded by magical Strickland State Forest.

Next Open Day

Next Date

Mar
27
Sat
10:00 am March Open Day – By Registration
March Open Day – By Registration
Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
March Open Day - By Registration
Are you interested in Narara Ecovillage and perhaps already considering living here? The Open Day shows what Narara Ecovillage is all about, and shows how we are putting our ideas around ecological, social and economic potential into action, including: shared food growing, natural retreats and Permaculture spaces shared community and work places examples of highly efficient low-carbon homes now and in the next stage And more ...

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Upcoming events

Next Event

Mar
27
Sat
10:00 am March Open Day – By Registration
March Open Day – By Registration
Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
March Open Day - By Registration
Are you interested in Narara Ecovillage and perhaps already considering living here? The Open Day shows what Narara Ecovillage is all about, and shows how we are putting our ideas around ecological, social and economic potential into action, including: shared food growing, natural retreats and Permaculture spaces shared community and work places examples of highly efficient low-carbon homes now and in the next stage And more ...