Yerrabingin Native Rooftop Farm Live Virtual Tour

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Yerrabingin

Join us for a virtual, guided tour of the Yerrabingin Native Rooftop Farm as we introduce you to the plants and unique design elements of this rooftop farm.

Yerrabingin using the principles of Indigenous knowledge, collaborative design and permaculture created and maintain the world’s first Indigenous rooftop farm for urban food production. Located high above Sydney on the roof of Yerrabingin House, Redfern it grows over 2,000 edible, medicinal or cultural plants. These are delivered to restaurants around the South Eveleigh community and greater city, encouraging a renewed uptake and understanding of delicious, native bush tucker.

Yerrabingin means 'we walk together’ and we invite you to walk with us and learn about native plant species of cultural significance to Aboriginal people, inventive design and the power of permaculture.

$16

Insights into your experience

Come enjoy an interactive tour of Australia's first Native Rooftop Farm with live Questions and Answers.  You'll join Christian Hampson, our incredible founder and co-designer of the space, for a Zoom tour of the farm with time for questions and answers.

A Zoom meeting link will be shared with you one day before your scheduled tour, and again one hour before your scheduled tour. Share your tour questions with us in advance via email.

Christian Hampson is a proud Woiwurrung and Maneroo man and a strong advocate for community custodianship in protecting, sharing and celebrating the diverse culture of New South Wales. Christian has an extensive background in Cultural Heritage Management, with over 20 years experience leading the design and delivery of heritage programs in the public sector; With his interweaving Indigenous tacit knowledge and collaborative design thinking to walk a new path, away from conventional approaches, Yerrabingin has launched the world’s first Indigenous rooftop farm in 2019, located high above Sydney on the roof of Yerrabingin House in South Eveleigh with over 2,500 Australian native plants

Inclusions

Aboriginal guide

You should bring

Internet
Phone or laptop
Questions

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Things to know

A Zoom meeting link will be shared with you one day before your scheduled tour, and again one hour before your scheduled tour. Share your tour questions with us in advance via email.


Meeting point

Online in the Zoom room.

Location

The comfort of your own home.

Ready for an experience you won’t forget?
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