Murrindindi is a beautiful homestead on 25 acres in Razorback/Mt Hunter, 15 minutes from Camden (1 hour 15 from Wollongong and 1 hour 20 from Sydney CBD). The serene country air and beautiful scenery act as a first rate backdrop to learning how to grow our own food, and other practical lessons in self sufficiency. Two years on in our experiment we supply most of our own vegetables from a 20m2 kitchen garden, raise chickens for eggs and meat and beef cattle in a low intensity grass fed operation. We tinker with preserving, natural dyeing, baking our own bread, hunting, gathering, and generally learning to live naturally on the land. Follow our progress, experiences, lessons and joy as we go.
Amy – Warm, passionate advocate for the disadvantaged, who works developing and delivering a range of programs centred on engagement and empowerment of culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Our brave and sassy leader.
Chris – Amy’s partner, a lovely chilled out cookie (chef extraordinaire actually!) who works as a counsellor in nearby Campbelltown and loves fine literature, quiet reflection, and Dunlop volleys.
Greg – Teacher, traveller and budding counsellor, keen on examining the mythological and archetypal foundations of culture and life. Likes to twirl stuff, often when it is on fire which is quite spectacular.
Tully – Relative farmie newcomer, Tully has recently moved away from the world of electronics and Brisbane to a new more fulfilling career in rehabilitation and care work. He enjoys metal, horror, motorbikes, exploring challenging ideas and generally being hilarious.
Leash – Event producer and environmental engineering student with a background in biological sciences. Passionate about fungi, soil and water health, carbon sequestration and food security. General megalomaniac. Loves to cook. Engaged to Tully (woohoo!).
How to reach us
Phone:0402 231 300
We have a Facebook page too like half of the universe: https://www.facebook.com/Murrindindi