Dreaming about getting out of the city, out of the rat race and into nature with a heap of other like-minded who want to do the same and support each other to build a new community?
If so, we have the perfect package for you to start really living, enjoying nature and community and becoming self-sufficient in no time.
Imagine your own 5G free, virus free, chemical free, bug out zone on thousands of acres… You also have common property use of as well as the 2.47 (approx) acres you will get for your exclusive use with your own relocatable tiny home to get you started.
Magical land at the foot of Mount Warning (Wollumbin) on over 7,000 acres of fertile volcanic soil at the “Nightcap On Minjungbal” village. Which is planned to be the World’s Largest Eco Village.
You choose your block in the fully MASTERPLANNED Community, choose your Tiny Home and we then throw in Composting gear, a Bee hive and all the Books and eduction you’ll need to learn to live off the grid and become self sufficient. We will even help you build your own Earth Home if that is the type of home you feel is for you.
Money needed to make living off the grid a reality:
You’ll need $149,000 deposit and we’ll sort the balance [of $200,000] as a rent-to-buy package for all finance approved purchasers. Some of our builders can also help you with financing your new home if you prefer to live ‘Bigger’ rather than ‘Tiny’ long term. If you prefer to go straight to an Earth Built home instead of starting Tiny we can help you build your Earth Home for under $60,000. In fact you can build a small dome for under $20, it just depends on your family size and needs.
Note: We plan to have quarterly workshops on Earth Building for those wishing to get their hands dirty and build their own Earth Home.
If you qualify for our special off-the-grid-living package you will receive 2.47 acres of amazing fertile land which is part of a 7,000 thousand acre property at Mt Burrell in northern N.S.W. You will also have your own Relocatable Tiny Home with the land so you can move-in right away. Later the Tiny Home can be used as a ‘Granny Flat’ or Teenage Hideaway or, it can be used as your own Air B&B if you’d like to turn it into an income stream. You’ll also receive an indoor and outdoor Composter to help get rid of your composting kitchen waste and a Flow Bee Hive to help bring Bees back into the area, after recent bushfires caused the death of millions of bees and their food supply.
The principles for the use of our Night Cap community are to create an interconnected community of like-minded individuals; where knowledge and resources are shared.
A culture that honours and integrates with the heritage of the land. A healthy, safe environment, fostering mutual respect.
Supporting the bio-diversity of the land and interconnection with the Minjungbul Tribe by respecting their “caring for country” basis of existence on the land based upon their lore, and encouraging wildlife cohabitation.
Our objective is to allocate resources so as to positively support access for social interaction, the ability to create sustainable food production, and other meaningful activities that can be of economic and social value for the community.
So if you’re ready to get off the grid and out of the matrix let Earth-Haven in conjunction with Nightcap on Minjunbal be your little piece of Heaven on Earth. Let us help you build your home from the earth, plant your food garden and become a part of our sustainable community.
If this is for you, give us a call today and we’ll work with you in relation to your next steps to make your new way of living a reality in 2021.
Need Help to make it Happen?
The construction sector is being given a big shot in the arm, as the federal government seeks to spark an economic recovery.
Predictably dubbed ‘HomeBuilder’, in line with the Morrison government’s naming convention, the package is aimed at subsidising home builds and renovations around the country to the tune of $680 million.
What’s in the News: “From today until 31 December 2020, HomeBuilder will provide all eligible owner-occupiers – not just first home buyers – with a grant of $25,000 to build a new home or substantially renovate an existing home,” the Prime Minister, Treasurers, and Housing Minister outlined in an announcementon Thursday.
“If you’ve been putting off that renovation or new build, the extra $25,000 we’re putting on the table, along with record-low interest rates, means now’s the time to get started,” Morrison told media separately.
With construction required to commence within three months of the contract date, the program is aimed at providing a bridge to the sector as it approaches a long-anticipated slowdown, and help spur an economic recovery one dayafter Australia was declared to be in a recession.
It will also be means-tested, with eligible singles required to earn less than $125,000 and couples $200,000. Eligible new builds will also be capped at $750,000. Existing homes to be renovated must not exceed $1.5 million, with renovations required to be between $150,000 and $750,000.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese meanwhile lashed the parameters of the scheme, saying the investment was one many Australians weren’t prepared or able to make in the current economic climate.
“There aren’t too many battlers out there who have a lazy $150,000 who will see this announcement today and say, ‘I’m going to go between now and December 31 and sign a contract for a project which is worth more than $150,000’,” he told mediaon Thursday.
In total, the federal government expects around 27,000 grants to be handed out.
“In doing so, HomeBuilder will help to support the 140,000 direct jobs and another 1,000,000 related jobs in the residential construction sector including businesses and sole-trader builders, contractors, property developers, construction materials manufacturers, engineers, designers and architects,” the government said.
It is one of what is expected to be several new sector-specific programs targetting those jobs deemed most at risk.
“We’ve gone from the big broad strokes of JobKeeper and JobSeeker but as time goes on we’ll be able to narrow it in and focus on those sectors which need longer-term support,” Morrison told 2GB this week, noting the entertainment and film industries were two others currently on the table.
Pete Evans tells why he chose to live at Nightcap Village and to be a part of the community: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6klwvnAAFs&feature=youtu.be