Huge thanks to all the homeowners and designers for their time and generosity in welcoming us into their homes and inspiring us with their dedication to creating low-impact homes and sharing their stories about living more sustainably.
Above is a short video of highlights from three of the open homes.
There was a wealth of information shared about sustainable building materials that are breathable, termite proof and don't cost the earth. Homeowners also shared tips on ventilation, passive thermal properties, pest resistant tricks and tips, gardening and much more.
Heartfelt thanks to:
Michael & Tiffany Leung, Skyfarm
Homeowners Andrew & Meg and designer Jaye Irving
Nina Bishop, self builder of a beautiful mudbrick home
Jimi and Helene, homeowners of a sustainable seaside house.
Thanks also to the national Sustainable House Day organisers for all their support.
The Sustainable House Day Partners Collaboration is made up of a passionate group of people, representing key sustainability organsations with a strong interest in promoting and facilitating sustainable and socially inclusive home design, building and living in the Northern Rivers. The event is coordinated by Andia Cally.