Kimbriki’s Eco House & Garden has developed a range of resources to support your journey to a more sustainable and ecological future.
- Principles of Ecology
- Worms, Worms, Worms
- Composting – It’s Easy
- Beginners Organic Vegie Garden
- Vegie Garden Maintenance (coming soon)
- No Dig Gardening
- Soil Mix & Mulch Recipe
- Pruning & Propagation
- Wicking Beds (self-watering garden beds)
- Kimbriki Wicking Bed Garden Kit Instructions
- WaterUps Single Cell Wicking Bed Garden Kit Instructions (coming soon)
- Acid Alkali Balance
- Garden Science
- Edible Flowers List
- Rodent Control
- Pete’s Reference List
- Eco House and Garden Treasure Hunt Answers
- Eco Mini Mites (K – 2)
- Eco Mites (yrs 3-6)
- Kimbriki Information for Senior Students
Check out our video page on this website for educational videos on composting and worm farms as well as videos about what happens around the Kimbriki site and the Eco House & Garden.
Sponsors and Partners
|Tumbleweed is a long-time supporter of the Kimbriki Eco House & Garden Education Centre.
Tumbleweed is proud to sponsor the Eco House & Garden in a formal sponsorship arrangement.
As part of the sponsorship, Tumbleweed has kindly donated Composting & Worm Farm products to support the work we do with local schools and the Northern Beaches Council and Mosman Council communities.
The Eco House & Garden now sell the quality Tumbleweed products through our Kimbriki Eco Shop.
|Australian Native Landscapes (ANL) is Kimbriki’s on-site contractor receiving and processing vegetation into quality compost and mulch products.
ANL has generously provided their compost and mulch products to create and maintain the Kimbriki Eco Garden, as well as assisting Kimbriki’s School Waste Reduction Support Program by providing Forest Fines mulch for student composting systems.
|Concrete Recyclers is Kimbriki’s on-site contractor receiving and processing concrete, brick and other construction and demolition materials.
Concrete Recyclers produce many different recycled aggregate products on-site, some of which you can see displayed in Kimbriki’s Eco Garden. For example, the crushed terracotta tile pathways and the crushed concrete & brick product in the compost teaching area and the Lookout!