Rebuild safer with Earthships in Bushfire Zones – Australia

Recent disastrous bushfires have rebooted debate about how to (re)build in the Australian bush. Questions are being asked about building standards, whether a fire-proof home is possible, the value of fire bunkers when it’s too late to leave, and if we should even live in the bush any more. I suggest homes and community


A look inside the first ‘Earthship’ in Australia

In 2009, Michael Reynolds, an architect from the USA, visited Martin Freney’s property in the Adelaide Hills. Together with 20 volunteers, they created a knee-high wall with used tyres filled with earth. Little did Freney know, that six years and 800 tyres later he would have built the first DA-approved Earthship in Australia. An


Kinglake, Victoria Australia Earthship

Earthship communities in Kinglake, Victoria, in the aftermath of the Black Saturday firestorm. If you're interested in this project & earthships in Australia you can get in touch with us as we run these projects... Agari Permaculture Farm. Come and be a part of the Kinglake Earthship build, learn sustainable design techniques and