Empowering resilience


About our association

Permaculture Toowoomba Inc. is a community not-for-profit association that aims to empower resilience within the Toowoomba Region through the sharing of knowledge, skills and resources.

Our central focus is on Permaculture Ethics and Design Principles, along with the practical application of these in our daily lives. 

Our goal is to connect, educate and empower our local community and to build individual and collective resilience, knowledge and skills.

We openly welcome new members and visitors to all of our events, workshops and meetings.


Getting Involved

Connect and Learn Evenings

We hold Connect and Learn evenings on the 3rd Monday evening of each month from 6.30pm to 8.30pm at a central location in Toowoomba (usually Level 3 Meeting Rooms, Toowoomba City Library, Victoria Street).

Doors open at 6.15pm to connect with others, then our Guest Speaker at 6.30pm followed by a light supper and Share Table.

Workshops and Garden Insights

We also organise Workshops and Garden Insights Visits to permaculture-inspired gardens in the Toowoomba region on the 1st Sunday of each month from 2.00pm to 4.30pm.

This will usually include a Garden Tour, Q&A opportunities, a light afternoon tea and Share Table.

Facebook Group

Our Facebook Group is a place for you to connect with others, share interesting permaculture ideas and exciting projects, and learn and be inspired together.

It’s a public group that’s open to any interested member of the community.


News and Information

Regular Newsletters

We send Newsletters via MailChimp straight to your inbox.  These are packed with news and information about upcoming events and permaculture-inspired ideas to try in your own home, garden or community.  You’ll see plant profiles, recipes, how to guides and more.

You can read previous newsletters by clicking on this link.  Or you can subscribe to our mailing list so you don’t miss any of our monthly updates.

Please Share Your Ideas

We’re very keen to support anyone in our community who is interested in Permaculture, so we’d like to know a little about how we can best do this and the topics and events of particular relevance or interest to you.

Thank you for sparing a few minutes to share your thoughts and ideas.  This survey is anonymous unless you choose to provide your name and details, and your responses are very important to us.  Thank you!  

Earth Care | People Care | Fair Share

Share Table

Do you have surplus?

We encourage you to bring your surplus produce, plants, seeds, books and resources to share with others at our monthly Connect and Learn evening meetings.

Please bring whatever you can and then take home whatever you need within our culture of generosity and free sharing.