Tuesday, January 27, 2009

My World; Australia;



Glimpses of the Ecovillage in the Currumbin Valley. It has won a world award for its Green approach. The Village is surrounded by a sanctuary for wildlife. Cats and dogs are not allowed, because of all the native animals which roam the village freely.


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10 comments:

  1. It's great to know about places around the world working towards greening our planet. Bravo!

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  2. Wow I love those shots, great captures. I am envious of your weather.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  3. Looks like a bucolic spot, it's good to be surrounded by nature.

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  4. We need more green space for native wildlife. Looks like a beautiful nature preserve.

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  5. Looks like a wonderful place to visit, so peaceful.

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  6. How do they keep wild cats, dogs and foxes out I wonder. A great idea though.

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  7. EG Tour Guide; in Australia are a few of this type villages. They have a great community spirit.
    Guy, Robert,Janie,Sarah, Yes it is a unique place, all native plants, but also community fruit trees, lots of green space and lovely pathways for strolls or with the bike. the houses have to be build with a certain amount of recycled materials.

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  8. Arija, I don't know. People who live there are not allowed to keep cats and dogs, but they are allowed a few chickens. In winter I go for walks there without Billy, he is not allowed to come. I take my camera instead!

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  9. I love this idea. And what lush scenery. I might have problems with the "no pets" rule, yet can certainly understand why.

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