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. 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. 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. 12: After dropping Eirik off at the airport in Perth we head south to visit the sustainability-minded Pinakarri co-housing community.
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. 10: Since April 1970, Prince Leonard I has claimed the Hutt River Province a sovereign nation.
Ep. 9: Port Hedland may not be the most scenic of towns, but its beaches still offer a natural spectacle.
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…
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.
Ep. 3: Coober Pedy, the opal capital of the world. It’s a fascinating place, but we’re not here for the gemstones…
Ep. 2: In this week’s episode we head to Aldinga Beach, just south of Adelaide. We meet Lynda McCarty who shows us around Aldinga Arts EcoVillage.