Ep. 15: Living Waters is an ecovillage set on 57 lush acres in Denmark, WA. Founder Dave Coleman explains how worms and shit are foundational building blocks in permaculture.
Ep. 15 preview: In the upcoming final episode of The Inland Sea we visit Living Waters, a permaculture village in Denmark, WA.
Before we went to the Margaret River Soup Kitchen in episode 14, we met founder Dave Seegar at the Palandri winery, playing a gig with his band Four Bean Mix.
Ep. 14: The “Soupie” in Margaret River is not like other soup kitchens. Since the mid-90s Dave Seegar has been serving up a vegan feast twice a week.
Ep. 14 preview: The Margaret River “Soupie” is not your average soup kitchen. Dave Seegar explains what motivated him to start the communal feast in the 90s.
Ep. 13: In Yallingup, Western Australia, we meet permaculture expert Warwick Rowell, who spent more than a decade attempting to establish an ecovillage in the area.
Ep. 13 preview: Sustainability pioneer Warwick Rowell has been ‘victim’ of many misconceptions about what he does.
Ep. 13 preview: In Yallingup we meet Warwick Rowell, who for more than a decade worked on establishing an ecovillage.
Ep. 12: After dropping Eirik off at the airport in Perth we head south to visit the sustainability-minded Pinakarri co-housing community.
Ep. 12 preview: Next up, we visit the Pinakarri housing co-op in Fremantle, WA. Here, Unnat Natty talks about passive solar features.
Episode 11 outtake: Minor setback at the Pinnacles Desert near Cervantes in WA.
Ep. 11: On our journey south in Western Australia, we realise the global financial crisis had a great impact on some people in the area.
Ep. 11 preview: In Geraldton, Ben Clarke is taking a stand against ‘replicating humanity as a series of McDonald’s chains.’
Ep. 10: Since April 1970, Prince Leonard I has claimed the Hutt River Province a sovereign nation.
Preview: In next week’s episode we visit Prince Leonard and the Hutt River Province, who seceded from Australia in 1970.
Ep. 9: Port Hedland may not be the most scenic of towns, but its beaches still offer a natural spectacle.
Preview: Coming up in this week’s episode: We observe Flatback sea turtles nesting on Port Hedland’s Cemetery Beach.
Ep. 8: A 2000 km drive in three days before we farewelled the old year from the camel’s back and went looking for dinosaurs.
Ep. 7: If Rudolph were here, he would have been eaten by now.
Ep. 6: Alien spacecrafts! Abductions! Government conspiracies! …and a powered campsite for the night, thank you!
Ep. 5: One night at our caravan park in Alice Springs we ran into an unwelcome stanger…
Molly Clark talks about the function of shortwave radios in the bush before there were telephones.
Ep. 4: After a quick stop at Australia’s most famous landmark, Uluru, we head to Alice Springs in search for 87-year-old outback pioneer Molly Clark.