I have for sale a well cared for 3 piece lounge suite, it is in excellent condition. Three seater and 2 recliners. Reason for sale is it was my parents and they have both passed away recently. Asking…Continue
Join us at David’s productive subtropical oasis. He has over 150 fruit and nut trees and a hundred plus vegetables. See rare and unusual fruits and herbs such as Wax Jambo, Burdekin Plum, Rollinia and Giant Gourds as you wander through the garden. Please bring along: - a plate of food to share for morning tea - any excess produce you would like to swap - a hat if it's fine - a small folding chair - a mug and plate There will be a contribution box at the event and your contribution of…See More
Doreen and Jamie purchased a 5 acre property in Jimboomba 3 years ago. They are implementing their permaculture design and aiming to be off grid and more self sufficient.You will see different perennial growing systems. Water harvesting earthworks, a grey water garden and wicking beds. Hot and cold smokers are on display and a life demonstration of the Smokehouse. A home butchering set up can be viewed as well.On the property are several European honey bee hives and native bees. Bloomfield's…See More
Join us at James’ 4 acres oasis in Forestdale. With 1 acre dedicated to veggies, herb growing as well as the fruit trees, he shares the rest of the area with the steer. The property is all organic with James using cow manure, leaf litter and chicken pellets for fertiliser. There are native bee hives and boxes for habitat for other native animals. James will give a tour of his garden and has a number of exotic fruit trees for example date palms, wampi, jaboticaba, tamarind, Chinese raisons,…See More
Hi Shirley thanks for the welcome and be my friend too.thanks again. I have just moved to Regents Park about 5 weeks only so dont really know where New Beith is??? Am goin to try my best to attend the event on 1st June and meet all the nice people. Thanks
Hi Shirley. Thanks for your welcome. Looking forward to meeting you too. Things are moving too slowly down here - we can't wait for our move to Qld! In the meantime we're reading up on what we can grow up there. The group's posts are really helpful. Cheers, Gay
Are those your guinea pigs? Our daughter came home on Weds from shopping and instead of buying shoes or clothes like most 17yrs old, she came home with a tiny 6 week old guinea pig. She's had guinea pigs since she was 2 yrs old but of course it's mum and dad who do most of the looking after. Now we have a baby to look after too. Very cute though, has mutton chop whiskers.
Hi, We did ours around the 15th because Thelma emailed saying she had looked it up and it needed to be done then. We diluted it a bit with more casuarina tea so we could paint it on. Went on quite well. Seems OK, can't say I can see anything different happening. Some of it washed off the other night when we got the rain but most of it's still there. Must email and see what's happening with our next meeting too. It is getting close to the time of lift our horns which will be interesting.