Community Workshops and Events

Community Workshops


The Crossing is a non-profit community organisation near Bermagui. Our community workshops develop Landcare and Sustainable Design Leadership for schools, youth, universities, and adult groups on our permaculturally-designed property. Bushfire preparedness and fire-retardant landscape design are key components of our work.

To find free events that support community recovery after the Badja Black Summer Bushfire, please visit our Eventbrite page

The Crossing runs an annual grafting day for heritage and heirloom fruit trees in mid-August.

For just $30 you can learn all about grafting fruit varieties. Take home a grafted root stock and scion to plant at home, with additional rootstock ($10) and scion ($5) available to purchase on the day.

Free for fire-affected people living in temporary accommodation, simply email and advise us which relief/recovery centre your family accessed.

Bookings are essential for all workshops and community events.

You can also stay in touch with us via the Badja Fire Edge Roads Facebook Group, which is for sharing local Bermagui, Cobargo, Murrah, Tanja, Wallaga, Dignams, Quaama, Verona, Brogo, Yowrie, Wandella and Tinpot fire-preparedness info and related workshops.  We encourage you to join if you are in the area:  


Two week Permaculture Design Course with John Champagne @ The Crossing every Autumn and Spring.

Bookings are made through the Brogo Permaculture Gardens website.

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We are approved on the Australian Register of Environmental Organisations. This is our tax deductible, public fund:

BSB: 641800

Account no: 200415194

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The Crossing Land Education Trust Fund

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