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Help me plan my trip to Australia

 
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Hi everyone.

I'll be travelling alone from France to south Australia for the PDC in Rocklyn with David Holmgren 8-21st February. I've already planned a few visits but I still have some time after the course to see places and people up until the 9th of March when I leave Melbourne for China.

I've more than 30 years experience of living a Permaculture life and I'm a useful, knowledgeable and fun person have around. I can offer my services as a guest speaker on courses, in Permaculture design, eco-building, solar and wind installation, hot water systems and a host of other things in exchange for accommodation or travel exchange.

It's very rare that I leave our farm, so I'm really excited about this trip - if you can help me in any way to make it a memorable experience then contribute to this thread !
 
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