Events Calendar



 

Most offerings are open to everyone staying at Bellbunya (costs negotiable)




Bellbunya Community Open Time  - the second Saturday of each month

 From 1 to 5 pm



Come and
join us f
or a relaxed afternoon where you can have a cuppa and chat with
community members and others and participate in whatever activities are going on at Bellbunya on the day! It could be gardening or a craft session or a walk to the lagoon
through the bush regeneration area. 
Healing sessions may be available... A tour of the land and Community, Q&A with a Bellbunya community member is always an option.



Check the website for any special offerings for the day. And please let us know that you're coming by email or phone 5447 0181.








Ongoing 2017


Book yourself in for some rest and relaxation!


Spend a couple of nights or more with the Bellbunya Community. Relax and rejuvenate in the peaceful surrounds with friendly people. We also have many talented therapists here who are qualified and experienced in a range of modalities - have a session then spend some time relaxing at Bellbunya... Fill in the form and we'll be in touch.




What's going on around the place?

Belli Meet Up is a weekly opportunity for Belli area neighbours to get together at the Belli Park cafe (or picnic shelter opposite) at the corner of Browns Rd and Eumundi-Kenilworth Rd. Share a morning cuppa (grab a takeaway in your own mug) to start the day, chat, network, enjoy. It won't eat into your day - from 7 am every Thursday for an hour or so. Just turn up and meet your friendly neighbours.

Mary Valley Permaculture is a friendly and casual group of locals interested in growing food! Meetings monthly at the Ridgewood Hall on the Cooroy-Belli Rd near the Skyring Rd intersection, 2nd Tuesday of the month, 6.45 for 7 pm start. Gold coin to support the Hall. Contact wendy.strathearn@suntel.net.au for more info.

Sunspace Café at Doonan has a volunteer-driven vegetable garden and a friendly eatery, as well as hosting great events.

Yandina Community Gardens
demonstrate organic food production using Permaculture design principles.
·     Water-wise tropical vegetables are propagated in the nursery from stock grown in the gardens and are available for sale to the public.
·     The water-efficient aquaponics project produces organic vegetables and fish.
·     ‘Sustainable living’ projects demonstrate energy-efficiency and the use of renewable resources, for example the solar hot water and photo-voltaic systems on The Blue House roof and the’ straw bale shelter’ for the garden volunteers.

Permaculture Noosa  hold meetings every third Thursday of the month at the Cooroy State Primary School Hall, Elm St, Cooroy (on the way to Pomona) Doors open at 5.30pm when meals will be available before the meeting. A market takes place where surplus home grown pro-
duce and plants are shared by giving, exchanging or selling. Entry is a gold coin donation for non-members. The meeting begins at 6.30pm and the night is complete with a “bring a plate” shared supper at 8pm. All welcome. For further info phone Bill, 5472 5192.

Transition Sunshine Coast "This exciting community movement is inspiring people to stand up, get together and create the future they want.
It works because it provides the tools and skills to make that happen.
It works because it's about cooperation and collaboration.
It works because it enables and supports people to do what they are passionate about and what they feel called to do. It's about community action in our quest to move from fossil fuel dependency to local resilience.
"
Ph 5442 2118  for more information