Ever wondered what you’d do if you had plenty of flowing water year-round? Power your home, of course! That’s exactly what Leon Trembath has done on his 34-hectare property near Madalya in the Strzelecki Ranges.
Home to dozens of species of native birds and other wildlife, the property is regenerating temperate rainforest, with all but 2 hectares under Trust for Nature Covenant.
The Energy Innovation Cooperative is pleased to offer a tour of the house and property on Sunday 13th October.
Come and see and inspirational sustainable home powered by a micro-hydro electric system and wood-fired hydronic heating, surrounded by a productive farm growing 300 to 400 kilograms of garlic per year.
When: Sunday 13th October at 1PM
How to get there
To save on travel costs and associated greenhouse gas emissions, the Co-op will be running a bus to the property, leaving from Coal Creek, Korumburra, at 11AM, for the low cost of $20 return. Bookings are essential – be quick to get a seat on the bus.
If you do choose to drive, please RSVP for details on how to get there.
$20 for bus (pre-payment required)
$5 donation on the day
Soup, tea/ coffee & nibbles provided, BYO drinks, cut lunch and comfortable walking shoes. (Need to be prepared to walk)